Facing one of the best, if not the best defense in the league, the Bills must score first.
Not only does Buffalo struggle from playing behind, it’ll force Blake Bortles to go into attacking mode. Bottles in attack mode means a higher chance of mistakes.
"“Just making him feel like he knows what’s going on and having somebody buzzing out,” Preston Brown said, via BNBlitz.com. “Have (end) Jerry (Hughes) pop out and play something (else). I think that confuses him a lot, when people shift from different positions where he thinks they’re not supposed to be. “Sometimes you show two-high, show two-high and then all of a sudden, boom, he gets a guy on a post and you’re showing it’s a blitz. That’s what we’re trying to do the whole time, showing different things with the safeties because the safeties are a big key for the quarterback. And we’ve got two of the best safeties in the league, so they’ll be good at it.”"
It’s important to remember that the Bills are 5-1 when they score first this season.