It is never boring being a Bills fan, is it? Buffalo head to LA to face the Chargers with a rookie QB at the helm and I’m very excited about it.
Don’t get me wrong I like Tyrod Taylor, but I haven’t been this interested in watching a Bills QB in a long time. Anyhow, let’s get into the predictions…
Nathan Peterman to throw for 3 TDs on debut
It’s fair to say we haven’t seen that much of Peterman yet, but what we have seen, we like. He gets the ball out quickly, and that should negate the terrible O-Line play we’ve seen at times. Also, expect him to throw into a lot tighter windows than you would see out of Tyrod.
Kelvin Benjamin may low-key be happy about the QB switch, I expect he’ll see a higher amount of targets than he did against the Saints, although that wouldn’t be difficult.ORCHARD PARK, NY – OCTOBER 29: Matt Milano #58 of the Buffalo Bills runs with the ball after recovering a fumble during the second quarter of an NFL game against the Oakland Raiders on October 29, 2017 at New Era Field in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
Bills defense to bounce back
The Buffalo defense against the Saints was nothing short of an abomination. That drive where the Saints ran every single play and Brees scored on a run play, that’s the sort of play that gets someone fired. To be fair, it did, Jerel Worthy was the scapegoat for that horror show.
The Chargers O-Line is not good, so I believe the run defense will be back on form with the addition of Deandre Coleman, who adds some much-needed size to the line.
The turnovers will be back
Before the last two weeks, the Bills were leading the league in turnover differential. Amazingly, they still are. That’s how good they were and guys get ready, we’re going to be back on it this Sunday. When behind in games, Phil Rivers likes to find hilarious ways to lose and get ready Micah Hyde because a ball is heading your way.
Let us know what your predictions are ahead of Peterman’s first start as the Buffalo Bills Quarterback.