1.) How can the Buffalo Bills get back to dominant play?
The Bills are 4-2 going into Foxborough this week, but the last two weeks have been concerning. The London game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, it looked to be a mixture of not adjusting to the time difference, as well as losing two defensive starters in Matt Milano and DaQuan Jones. They also ended up losing by five after a failed attempted comeback. The offense only had 7 points with 5 minutes left in the game before giving Bills’ fans a sign of hope.
Then on Sunday night, the Bills’ offense would not see the endzone until the first play of the fourth quarter, and only had 7 points up until there was under 4 minutes left in the game. If the Bills were able to get more than 14 points on the board against a bottom ranked Giants’ defense, then going into New England would be a confidence booster after their loss in London. However, that is not the case.
Even though the Patriots are arguably playing like the worst team in the NFL, this is a divisional game and unless the Bills get up on the board early, expect a closer game than expected.