Dec 22, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams (95) celebrates a sack on Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill (17) during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Buffalo beats Miami 19-0. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills Pushing The Sack Record

This past week against the Dolphins, the Bills swept the season series with the dolphins and also came away with 7 sacks that crushed their previous sack record set in 1964 with 50.

The Buffalo Bills are currently sitting at 56 sacks and still have one game to go.

Although the sack record for the season is set at 72 by the 1984 Chicago Bears, and this one is out of reach for this year, the defensive line is set up to possibly shoot for this record next year.  Mario Williams is healthy, Kyle Williams and Marcel Dareus have had what seems to be a pro bowl years, Jerry Hughes is fitting in perfectly, Alex Carrington will be back next year, and Alan Branch just signed an extension with the Bills.

The entire D-Line will be back next year from what it looks like which will and should only increase in their production.

I think that the Bills will push 60 sacks this year and put Tom Brady on his back at least 4 times this Sunday.

The Patriots are in the bottom half for sacks allowed this season and it should be a good go around for the Bills defensive line and the struggling offensive line for the Patriots.  Plus, if the Bills can get to Brady early and often, Brady has shown that he can be rattle and can completely through a game away.

This will be a defensive start for the Bills and should carry them through the game if successful.

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  • Paul V. Suffriti

    It might be harder to sack Brady this time around because their RB by committee will feature fresh bruising RBs to pound the ball against a sack happy defensive front. Bills might have feasted against a porous Miami offensive line, a team that does not have a good running attack (easy to tee off against a team that has to pass). Bills will not sack Brady four times in this contest. Pats good running attack will keep the Bills defense honest. Brady has a quick release and play action will freeze the sack happy Bills defense. Brady is a master at reading a defense and will find the weakest link on the defense to attack…..and then there is the dreaded NO HUDDLE. Good luck trying to outplay and out-think Brady……38-20 Pats.

  • davidmuscalo

    Brady will leave the field on a stretcher before the first period is over. Go Bills!

  • Paul V. Suffriti

    LOL…Bills need to stop the running attack before they can ever think about getting to Brady. Brady will throw more TDs than the Bills will have sacks…..3TDs…maybe 2 sacks for the Bills defense. Brady will only leave the field, on his own, if the Pats run the score up.