Four Bills made the All-AFC East team in 2009 for ProFootballFocus.
ProFootballFocus is a statistic intense site that plows through every snap of every game in the NFL season, which may explain why it’s taken until mid-March for them to release their All-AFC East team.
In any event their comprehensive study of every player on every snap of every game in 2009 gave four Bills players All-AFC East honors.
They were Fred Jackson, Paul Posluszny, George Wilson and Brian Moorman.
Jackson got it mainly for his 4.5 ypc avg. despite what they termed poor blocking while also making 38 would be tacklers miss on the season.
Poz was credited for blitzing and covering well and his solid tackling skills as they had him down for just six missed tackles (a miniscule number for a MLB).
Wilson was given kudos for his consistent play and producing big plays (4 INTs, 2 sacks).
Moorman’s impressive 40-yard net average was the main factor in earning him an All-Division nod.
Tags: All-AFC East, Brian Moorman, Fred Jackson, George Wilson, Paul Posluszny
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