ESPN.com is ranking NFL players and counting them down (follow on Twitter @ESPNNFL) from No. 100 to No. 1 on both offense and defense, 10 per day for 10 days. The top 10 on both sides of the ball will be revealed Friday, Aug. 29.
The rankings were based on votes from 90 ESPN NFL experts.
On Monday, two more Buffalo Bills made the cut on the defensive top 100 list. Defensive tackles Kyle Williams (No. 44) and Marcell Dareus (No. 49) both landed higher on the rankings than they did last season.
Williams and Dareus were both elected to the Pro Bowl in January and together form one of the NFL's best duos of defensive tackles.
Their teammate, defensive end Mario Williams, has yet to appear on the list. With four days to go, expect Williams to land somewhere in the defensive top 40.
2014 Bills ESPN NFL Rank results:
LB Brandon Spikes -- No. 98 (defense)
RB C.J. Spiller -- No. 89 (offense)
DT Dareus -- No. 49 (defense)
DT Kyle Williams -- No. 44 (defense)
2013 Bills ESPN NFL Rank results:
DT Dareus -- No. 100 (defense)
DT Kyle Williams -- No. 82 (defense)
WR Stevie Johnson -- No. 76 (offense)
RB Spiller -- No. 58 (offense)
DE Mario Williams -- No. 38 (defense)
S Jairus Byrd -- No. 26 (defense)