Based on the first half of the season, PFF put together their Midseason All-Pro Team which features WR Stefon Diggs, Edge Von Miller, and LB Matt Milano. The results are not just based on the highest PFF grade at each position - consistency, role, and supporting cast have also been considered.
First Team WR: Stefon Diggs
"Stefon Diggs has been carrying the Buffalo passing attack more than in previous seasons. He currently has 80 targets in eight games (catching 60 of them). The next-highest target figure from the Bills is 37, not even half of Diggs' volume. He is generating 2.9 yards per route run on all of those targets and has just two drops.__" - Sam Monson, PFF's Lead NFL Analyst _
Diggs earned First-Team All-Pro honors during his first season with the Bills in 2020 after he recorded a career-high 1,535 receiving yards on 127 receptions.
Second Team Edge: Von Miller
Miller, who has started in all eight games this season, has seven sacks and 15 solo tackles. During his time with the Denver Broncos, the 12-year vet was named a first-team AP All-Pro after the 2012, 2015, and 2016 seasons.
Second Team LB: Matt Milano
As for Milano, he has two interceptions, one touchdown, and 31 solo tackles in seven games this season.