The Buffalo Bills (3-2) will be looking to bounce back in Week 6 as they head back to Orchard Park for a primetime Sunday night matchup against the New York Giants (1-4). After losing notable defensive starters the last two weeks, the Bills will have the next man up mentality.
On Monday, the Bills signed a familiar face in cornerback Josh Norman, a now 35-year old player who was a member of the Bills in 2020 when the Bills made it to the AFC Championship game. With that being said, there should be plenty of opportunities for younger guys like Dorian Williams and Kaiir Elam moving forward.
The Bills are looking to get back in the win column after a 25-20 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. They will be taking on a Giants team that is last in the NFC East, outscored 153-62 by opponents this season, and has the 31st ranked offense. This game, on paper, looks like a clean up game for the Bills after their Week 5 performance against the Jaguars. However, this is the NFL and it is a week-to-week season.
The last time these two teams faced off against each other was in 2019 when the Bills defeated the Giants 28-14, and current Giants’ head coach Brian Daboll was the offensive coordinator for Buffalo. Now, Daboll is set to face his former team under the lights in front of Bills Mafia.