Take away Allen Robinson
There’s only one person on the Jacksonville offense that should scare the Bills: Allen Robinson.
Robinson is a big-bodied receiver that has struggled this season, but is still one of the most-talented wideouts in the league. The Bills cannot sleep on Robinson, because if they do, the former Penn State star will have a big day.
Blake Bortles is not a good NFL quarterback, and most of his stats are padded from garbage time. However, if Bortles can find Robinson and Allen Hurns early, he could find a rhythm and turn into a nightmare.
The one thing going for Bortles is his big arm, which has given the Bills’ problems this season. Buffalo must defend the deep ball to perfection because it’s likely the only way Jacksonville will be able to put points on the board. With T.J. Yeldon likely out, and Chris Ivory mostly ineffective this season, the Bills should be able to take away the Jacksonville run game, turning Jacksonville one dimensional.
Stephon Gilmore needs to build off of his big game last week against the Bengals when he registered a pair of interceptions. Bills fans can only hope that Gilmore has built some confidence that can carry over the rest of the season.
Gilmore registered an 80.9 from PFF for his play in Week 11.
The veteran corner could be one of the Bills’ most important players Sunday.