Buffalo Bills have to prove they can stop the Broncos run game
The Buffalo Bills are in the middle of the NFL in terms of rushing yards allowed with an average of 114.4 yards per game and haven't allowed a running back to break 100 rushing yards since Week 5 when Travis Etienne had 136 yards.
However, the Denver Broncos are more than likely to use a similar game plan that they implemented a few weeks ago against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in their upset win. In that game, they ran the ball 40 times, which shortened the game and kept the Chiefs' offense off the field.
Javonte Williams was the lead back in that game and had 27 rushing attempts and he should once again be very close to that total in this game. Williams is a difference maker for the Broncos offense and the Bills can't afford to let up those one or two long runs that seem to be a weekly occurrence.