The common theme for the defense, and every position group, is that their performance this season has not been what many expected. The secondary is no different and it is hard to imagine in a game where Russell Wilson threw for 360 yards that they had a good game.
However, that was exactly the case as the secondary was going up against the best passing attack in the NFL. While they were able to move the ball pretty easily, the Bills secondary made the plays when needed. It was Jordan Poyer in the first half with the turnover and then in the second half Tre’Davious White had an interception that he almost returned for a touchdown.
This was not the same level fans have come to expect from 2019, it was a little more bend but not break type defense. However, this is exactly what the Buffalo Bills needed to do and did enough for the win.