3.) Take advantage of the Chargers’ weaknesses
The Chargers are a little bit of a mess on both sides of the ball, as well as on the sidelines. They don’t have their star quarterback in Justin Herbert, wide receiver Keenan Allen is still dealing with an injury, pass rusher Joey Bosa is still out after being put on the IR 4 weeks ago, and now the complete shift within the coaching staff going from Staley to Smith.
Since their bye week in Week 5, the Chargers have only ran the ball north of 100 yards in 2 games. On average since their bye week, the Chargers are averaging just 86 rushing yards per game. This is a good sign for the Bills’ run defense, meaning that they are in a position to limit the run and put the ball in Stick’s hands to win it for the Chargers.
Buffalo has to attack the weaknesses of the Chargers and capitalize on the opportunities given to them