Even if Tre’Davious White isn’t on the field, he is still making an impact in this Buffalo Bills secondary
Tre’Davious White is a key part of the Buffalo Bills secondary and one of the big reasons they have been such a successful pass defense over the past few seasons. The former first round pick has developed into one of the top cornerbacks in the NFL after being named a first-team All-Pro in 2019 and to the Pro Bowl in 2019 and 2020.
That is why when it was announced that Tre’Davious White would miss the season due to tearing his ACL on Thanksgiving night against the New Orleans Saints. However, even if the star cornerback is not able to be on the field, he is making it a point to help this team any way he can.
On Wednesday, Levi Wallace talked with the media and said according to Alain Getzenberg of ESPN, that White has remained in the building and has even texted him after games to see if he wants to watch film.
Levi Wallace and Dane Jackson have done a great job for the Buffalo Bills defense
Since Tre’Davious White’s injury, the Bills defense hasn’t really missed a step with Levi Wallace and second-year cornerback Dane Jackson starting. In the five games since the Saints’ game, the Bills are allowing only 161.6 passing yards per game.
Even if the Monday Night Football game against the Patriots, where they threw it three times due to the weather, is not included the Bills are allowing an average of 197.25 passing yards in the four games.
There is no question that Levi Wallace and Dane Jackson are going to be tested in the playoffs but if they continue playing at this level, combined with Tre’Davious White continue help, the secondary should be able to continue playing at a high level.