Buffalo Bills: 3 things to know about the Denver Broncos for Week 10

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2.) The Denver passing offense has not passed for over 200 yards in four weeks

The Bills are currently trying to fix a secondary that has been hit with injuries and lack of production from their current cornerbacks. As they prepare for quarterback Russell Wilson and the weapons room that has Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy, an important note to make is that the passing game is not lethal and that the Broncos are more of a play it safe team. They can do the quick passes to help move the chains, and against a zone defense that Bills like to play can be dangerous.

The last four weeks, the Broncos’ offense has not passed for more than 196 yards in a game, and only passed for 95 yards in their first game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Buffalo may need to change up schematically this week and not allow small plays turn into big plays. The Denver offense is up and down this year to the point no one knows what kind of team they will be each week. The Bills’ defense will need to tighten up and keep the pressure on for all four quarters.