It’s not often that a player logs 100 plays in a single game, but both Corey Graham and Corey White hit the century mark on Sunday against the Cardinals.
Both Graham and White played on defense and special teams Sunday. White started in place of the injured Ronald Darby, which was why he saw the most playing time on defense since he’s been in a Bills uniform. According the NFL game book’s playtime percentage, White was on the field for all 81 plays on defense and 19 plays on special teams for a total of 100 plays.
Corey Graham was also on the field for all 82 defensive snaps and logged another nine on special teams for a total of 101 plays Sunday.
Seventy-five to 85 plays is considered high. One hundred or more is unusually high. Safe to say there will be some extra time in the cold tub for both defensive backs today.
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