1. David Carr picked these two Bills for his 2021 AFC Pro Bowl roster
NFL.com analyst David Carr made his case for what offensive players should make the Pro Bowl roster this season. The two Bills players that were on his list were Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs. Both Allen and Diggs are having exceptional seasons and have already begun to set new franchise records. Allen is 204 passing yards away from passing Jim Kelly for second in Bills franchise history for passing yards in a single season. Also, with three receptions, Diggs will set a new personal record for receptions in a single season. His previous high was 102 receptions in 2018 with the Vikings. Here is what Carr had to say on why these two should make the Pro Bowl:
Josh Allen has always been a talented player, but he's made so many strides since his rookie season. In the MVP conversation earlier in the year, Allen's improvements as a passer and decision-maker -- combined with his outstanding running ability -- have the Bills in the best position they've been in in years.
Stefon Diggs has given the Buffalo Bills a No. 1 receiver who not only produces week in and week out but elevates everyone around him. Quite frankly, all of the things he took heat for in Minnesota have gone away. Maybe the change of scenery he asked for truly was what he needed.
2. Drew Lock remembers playing Tre'Davious White in college
When the Bills played the Broncos towards the end of last season, Drew Lock was on IR with a thumb injury, but he will be in at quarterback for the matchup this Saturday. In college, Lock played against Tre'Davious White in a game where LSU beat Missouri 42-7 in 2016. White picked off Lock in that game, in what would be one of two interceptions for White in his senior season. Lock spoke highly of White on Wednesday and noted that he's someone you have to keep an eye on the entire game.
"I played him when he was at LSU," Lock said. "He was some somebody we watched and made sure we knew where he was at all-time on the field and it's gonna be the same thing here. He's an extremely talented corner, but it's not gonna be something that scares you off of a throw or security off of a matchup. If my read takes me to him and I need to throw the ball, there'll be no second-guessing about throwing it."
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3. Tyler and Lexi Kroft give back to frontline workers
Throughout the season many Buffalo Bills players have done a lot to give back to the community and the city of Buffalo. The players spend their time and resources to make where they live a better place. On Wednesday, Tyler Kroft and his wife Lexi Kroft did their part in giving back this holiday season. The Krofts teamed up with The Grange Community Kitchen which is located in the Village of Hamburg to deliver meals to frontline workers around Buffalo. At 10:30 am, 225 meals were delivered to Buffalo General Medical Center for the frontline workers there. Then later that morning at 11:15 am, 225 meals were dropped off for the frontline workers at Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital.
Great work by the Krofts! Thank you frontline workers!