Tight end Charles Clay did it all for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Clay finished with five catches for 82 yards and a touchdown against his former team, the Miami Dolphins, in playing 89 percent of the Bills' offensive snaps. His performance when the ball wasn't in his hands was equally as strong, according to the analytics website Pro Football Focus.
Clay was the Bills' highest-graded offensive player in Week Three, gaining 55 of his 82 yards after the catch, forcing three missed tackles and having a positive run-blocking grade for the first time this season.
Other notes of interest from PFF's weekly grades of the Bills:
• Quarterback Tyrod Taylor completed all six of his attempts thrown between the numbers less than 10 yards in the air. Those plays gained 84 yards and the Bills scored two touchdowns. Taylor went 5 of 6 on throws in which he was pressured, for 90 yards and a touchdown. His passer rating in those situations was 158.3.
• Right tackle Seantrel Henderson had a tough day, finishing as the Bills' only offensive lineman to receive a negative grade. Left guard Richie Incognito, meanwhile, was the Bills' highest-graded offensive lineman, thanks primarily to a strong performance in run blocking.
Defensively, rookie Ronald Darby had the best grade of his brief professional career. Darby was targeted 11 times, according to PFF, but gave up just four catches for 51 yards. He also came away with an interception and another pass defensed. Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill had a quarterback rating of just 13.8 when throwing at Darby.
• Defensive end Jerry Hughes had the Bills' best grade on defense, tallying six quarterback pressures and one hit. Although Hughes didn't register a sack, his game Sunday was a good example of why defensive ends can't be judged on that stat alone.
• Linebacker Nigel Bradham was the Bills' only defensive player to finish with a negative grade. PFF was down on Bradham's performance against the run, in particular.