Ranking the five best defenses the Buffalo Bills will face in 2021

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The Buffalo Bills were one of the best offenses last season but could face tough competition against these five teams.

The Buffalo Bills last season saw their passing attack ascend to near the top of the league with Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and Cole Beasley leading the way. Even with a below-average output on the ground, the Bills would finish the year second in total yards and and second in points scored.

The team is hoping for more of the same this year but there are games on the schedule that could create some problems. These are the Top 5 defenses the Buffalo Bills will face that are on the schedule for the 2021 season.

5th – Indianapolis Colts

Total Yards Allowed 2020 Rank: 8th

Points Allowed 2020 Rank: 9th 

The first team is one that they saw in the playoffs last year when the Buffalo Bills played the Indianapolis Colts in the Wild Card round. The Bills would ultimately win that game 27-24 and Josh Allen would throw for 324 passing yards and two touchdowns.

However, the Colts were dealing with some injuries in the secondary and did not have starting cornerback Rock Ya-Sin. The strength of the Colts is certainly up the middle with DeForest Buckner at defensive tackle, Darius Leonard at linebacker, and Khari Willis at safety. They also have one of the best slot corners in the NFL with Kenny Moore.

The Colts are absolutely a defense that could cause problems for Josh Allen and company with the way