Buffalo Bills don’t allow any passing touchdowns
The Buffalo Bills have one of the best pass defenses in the NFL and have been able to remain close to that even without their top cornerback, Tre’Davious White who suffered a season-ending knee injury against the New Orleans Saints. In the past three games, the Bills have allowed only three passing touchdowns and one of those games came against Tom Brady and the Bucs.
This week the Bills defense is going to be facing another former MVP quarterback in Matt Ryan. While the Falcons’ quarterback is still capable of having big games they aren’t occurring at the same frequency they were earlier in his career.
This season, the Falcons have 19 passing touchdowns, which is the 11th lowest total in the NFL, while the Bills have allowed only 11 passing touchdowns, which ranks first in the league. This is a big mismatch in favor of the Buffalo Bills and they should keep Matt Ryan from throwing any touchdowns in Week 17.