1 - Breon Borders The cornerback has been making more plays in the latter stages of training camp and has been routinely lining up with the second unit of late. A strong outing against Cleveland could further improve his standing on the cornerback depth chart.
2 - Corey Coleman Head coach Sean McDermott indicated it's a big week for Coleman to put his playmaking ability on display. Time is short for the recently acquired receiver to demonstrate he is making progress since his arrival last week.
3 - Zay Jones Now fully cleared, Jones has a new edge to his play that exudes a determined focus not seen in him as a rookie. Coach McDermott said he believes it's because Jones feels he has something to prove. Getting off to a good start against Cleveland would be a welcome sign.
4 - Matt Milano The linebacker is getting some competition for his starting spot from vets like Ramon Humber and Keenan Robinson now rotating in for him. Milano needs to have a quality performance versus Cleveland.
5 - De'Ondre Wesley Currently the second team right tackle, Wesley is a big man with good feet. He's pushing veteran Marshall Newhouse for the swing tackle job behind starters Dion Dawkins and Jordan Mills. If he can perform well against Cleveland's pass rushers, he'll make that race even tighter.
Photos of the Buffalo Bills as they make their way to Cleveland to take on the Browns in a 2018 Preseason Week 2 matchup.