Ranking the 5 worst running backs the Buffalo Bills will face in 2024

The Bills' defense should have no issue stopping the run against these running backs.
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3.) Tony Pollard - Week 7

Going from the Dallas Cowboys to the Tennessee Titans, Pollard is joining a newly revamped Titans offense that has a lot of new pieces under new head coach Brian Callahan. Pollard suffered a lower leg injury in the 2022 playoffs and it looked like it would have an impact on him in 2023. For the second consecutive season, Pollard barely reached 1,000 rushing yards. While he has managed to stay somewhat consistent in terms of receptions out of the backfield, Pollard did not have those big highlight plays that he had early on in his career.

Pollard will team up with Tyjae Spears and replace Derrick Henry, who is now a Baltimore Raven. The Titans are in a spot where they have a second-year quarterback in Will Levis along with a new receiving core that consists of Calvin Ridley, DeAndre Hopkins, and Tyler Boyd. Pollard has not shown to be an every-down type of back and Spears is younger than him who has shown to be more of a better fit in a run-first offense.

Even though it can easily change this season, nothing is guaranteed until it actually happens. As long as Buffalo can contain Pollard out of the backfield in the pass game, they should have no issue limiting Pollard.