Buffalo Bills: Jordan Poyer impressed by the offense so far this year
In an interview on The Jim Rome Show, Buffalo Bills starting safety Jordan Poyer talked about how impressed he has been by the offense.
There is no question that since Jordan Poyer joined the Buffalo Bills in 2017, the strength of this team has been their defense. They have been the primary reason that they have made two trips to the playoffs in the past three seasons.
While the defense looks as good as ever, the Bills offense appears to have made significant strides this offseason. They look like they may not hold this team back and Jordan Poyer certainly has taken notice.
When Jim Rome ask Poyer about this offense, the team’s start safety said, “I was impressed, but not surprised.”
He went on to say, “Josh Allen has taken command of the offense and you can tell he has a lot more control of himself and the playcalling.”
Jordan Poyer also talked about how the two sides have been practicing against one another so much during camp and they are making each other better. This is probably the thing that stands out the most because the defense has been the superior group on this team and if the offense is on a level playing field, or pushing the defense than the sky is the limit for this team.
Fans certainly saw what the Buffalo Bills offense can do with Josh Allen under center when he is in rhythm. He had a career game against the New York Jets by completing over 70% of his passes and throwing for over 300 yards, which was a first in his career. He also had three total touchdowns, with two through the air and one on the ground.
The Buffalo Bills likely face a tougher challenge this week going up against a Miami Dolphins team that stayed competitive with the New England Patriots for most of their game in Week 1. If Jordan Poyer is right, fans should be able to expect a very similar performance in Week 2 even if it is against a better defense.