Bills are below average in PFF's 'salary cap health' rankings – Bills Wire

The Buffalo Bills went on a spending spree in free agency, making several moves highlighted by the addition of All-Pro pass rusher Von Miller.
Miller inked the big deal in Buffalo, but the Bills added numerous other pieces on the defensive line alone including Tim Settle, DaQuan Jones and Shaq Lawson.
But it appears those contracts have come at a slight cost. Pro Football Focus ranked every team in the NFL head-to-head in terms of their “salary cap health.”
The football analytics outlet put the Bills at No. 22 in their rankings:
First edition of the 2022 Cap Health Rankings, with a handful of updates from prior versions:
1. Now using weighted averages for each category
2. Roster quality matters more
— Brad Spielberger, Esq. (@PFF_Brad) May 17, 2022

PFF explained the five categories that went into the discussion:
According to Spotrac, the Bills currently have $5.05 million in salary cap space. Factoring that in, PFF’s findings are a welcomed surprise because Buffalo only has the 26th most cap space.
It appears PFF is holding the Bills in higher regard with their fancy stats once again.
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