How can the Buffalo Bills defend Tyreek Hill in Week 4?
In this Mike McDaniels offense, they're finding ways to get Hill the ball any way they can, and so far, the Bills were able to contain him, but with so many weapons at the Dolphins' helm, they have to worry about other players as well.
Usually, the Bills' offense is more conservative and doesn't allow receivers to get behind their defense, but you probably can't even do that against the Dolphins' offense.
McDermott needs to get players into the backfield, disrupt sequenced plays, and trust the players in the secondary won't fold quickly. However, if a blitz fails to get home, it's evident that play will result in a big gain or a touchdown.
Even the best secondary in the league won't be able to cover all of the Dolphins" weapons man-to-man if the receivers have more than three seconds to get open. Overall, the front seven needs to get some hits on Tua Tagovailoa and apply pressure to disrupt plays, keeping the ball out of Hill's hands and allowing the defense to turn the ball over on any given opportunity.