Buffalo Bills: 3 biggest trap games for the upcoming season
By Rob Spehar
Week 15 at Denver Broncos
The Broncos are hoping to turn things around this season with Drew Lock under center and a revamped offense. Along for the ride is a track and field team consisting of Courtland Sutton, Phillip Lindsay, Jerry Jeudy, and K.J. Hamler. This will be a good test for the gritty Buffalo defense along with an up and coming offense.
Josh Allen will have to use all the weapons he has at his disposal to leave the Mile High City with a victory. Cole Beasley, John Brown, Stefon Diggs, Devin Singletary, Zack Moss, Dawson Knox, and Allens’ own feet will all be keys to this game. This is a revamped Broncos lineup that is much different than the one they put out at New Era Field last season where Buffalo took that game 20-3 quite handily.
This Week 15 game at Mile High is something to keep a close eye on. It is late in the season and this one is sandwiched between 2 primetime games. A Sunday Night primetime affair at New Era Field against a scrappy Steelers squad. Last year these 2 teams met in Week 15 at Heinz Field without Ben Roethlisberger who was out for the season due to an elbow injury and started Duck Hodges under center who threw four interceptions.
On the other side of the Denver game is a familiar foe. Buffalo cannot look past this game, but it will be difficult with another game against division rival New England Patriots on Monday Night Football on the road.
At this point of the season, either the Buffalo Bills will be on top looking to secure their first division win since 1995 or fighting for a playoff spot. Buffalo just has to focus on the task at hand. This Denver game is very winnable, even though it is on the road.