1. NFL analyst identifies Devin Singletary as a building block for the future
"This Devin Singletary is a huge building block for the future of the Buffalo Bills," Brian Baldinger said.
In the latest edition of Baldy's breakdowns, he took a look at the dynamic rookie running back who can make a man miss inside a phone booth.
"When you need two yards, he'll get you three and a half," Baldinger said.
Singletary was the most productive member of the Bills offense with 19 touches for 134 yards on Saturday. He was involved early on with a flurry of handoffs and motions and capped his day off with a 38-yard screen. Singletary will be a large part of Buffalo's offensive success in the future.
2. Josh Allen's comments about Brian Daboll as head coach candidate
Bills offensive coordinator will interview with the Cleveland Browns to be their next head coach. Daboll has been with the Bills since 2018 and has an opportunity to further his career as an NFL coach. For quarterback Josh Allen, he says go take it.
"I mean, I love Daboll," Allen said. "He's been one of my favorite coaches that I've ever had in my football career. Whether he gets an opportunity to do that, personally, I would hate to see it. But at the same time you know to get an opportunity like that it's be awesome for not just him but for his family."
Daboll has been integral to Allen's growth as a quarterback and the strides he's taken in year two of his NFL career. Daboll has taken the gunslinging Allen and reeled back his turnover numbers to give the Bills a better chance to win.
"The relationship that we have is special," Allen said. "I do deeply care about him and his family and what he's been able to do for me and how he's taken me under his wing. Time will tell for that aspect too but again he's a guy that I love and that will never change. But personally, I hope he's back."
Daboll was originally scheduled to interview with the Browns on Sunday but the meeting has since been rescheduled with Buffalo's elimination of the playoffs.
3. Tremaine Edmunds became the first NFL player to do this
A massively cerebral and physical linebacker, Tremaine Edmunds has proved himself on the highest stages. At 21 he is one of the youngest players in the NFL despite just completing his second season. For reference, Joe Burrow the projected No. 1 pick in the 2020 draft is already 23.
Edmunds surpassed his play from his rookie season and started in all 16 regular season games. He finished with 115 tackles to lead the Bills, 10 tackles for a loss, four quarterback hits, 1.5 sacks and a safety.
With those numbers Edmunds became the first player in NFL history with two seasons of 100+ tackles by the age of 21. Edmunds also did not miss a single snap through Week 16 this year and captained the league's second-best scoring defense. As ESPNs Field Yates calls him "a complete stud."
In Edmunds' first career playoff game, he tied for the team lead in tackles with 12, recovered a fumble, and sacked quarterback Deshaun Watson.