Milano, starting at outside linebacker in place of an injured Ramon Humber (thumb) in the Bills' Week 5 loss to the Bengals, logged four tackles while playing 62 percent of the team's defensive snaps.

The fifth-round rookie didn't embarrass himself in his first NFL start, though he didn't make any game-changing plays either. Milano saw the third-most snaps among Buffalo linebackers, with the team using extra defensive linemen or backs on the 25 plays he wasn't on the field. Preston Brown and Lorenzo Alexander remain better bets in IDP leagues even while Humber (thumb) remains sidelined, but at the very least, Milano has proven he belongs in the NFL.

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