Buffalo Bills: 3 ways the offense can bounce back after 2 sluggish weeks

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A very unusual scenario has popped up over the last two games. The Bills are struggling to put points up with an offense that's been so dominant in the last few years. From Weeks 2-4, the Bills would be outscoring their opponents 123-33, with one of those games being against the now 5-1 Miami Dolphins. 

From the last two games against the Giants and Jaguars, the Bills would put up 34 points, which doesn't sound terrible without context, but the Bills offense struggled mightly early in these games. When the Bills faced the Jaguars, the offense couldn't put points up until late in the 2nd quarter, and would still fail to put points up until later in the fourth.

Although, on the two touchdowns the Bills would score later in that game, they seemed to get back in rhythm as they would put up those two scores very quickly.

After the Bills' loss to the Jaguars, fans didn't seem too worried, given that the Jaguars' defense is talented, and were facing them less than 48 hours after the team got off the plane. Overall, it wasn't a game to lose sleep over.