The Buffalo Bills’ Defense Has Work To Do
A team that has hopes of winning a Super Bowl simply cannot execute in big games as poorly as the Buffalo Bills did on defense did against the Tennessee Titans.
Ryan Tannehill picked apart the Bills’ defense by completing 21-of-28 () pass attempts for 195 yards and three touchdowns without a turnover. He was able to get just about anything that he wanted and even added four carries, 42 yards, and one touchdown in the ground-game.
The Bills’ defense struggled to get the job done against the Titans’ rushing attack as well. Derrick Henry found the end-zone twice while the overall running game for Tennessee gained 139 total yards.
Failing to force a single turnover in a game where the opposition’s defense recorded two picks and a fumble recovery setting up scoring drives is tough to accept. Those particular drives led to the Titans’ defense setting up more points than the Bills’ offense had altogether.