Published: Fri, September 22, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Bills face another big challenge with Broncos' defense

Bills face another big challenge with Broncos' defense

Buffalo's Tyrod Taylor leads all National Football League quarterbacks with 93 rushing yards through two games. After thrashing the Dallas Cowboys (1-1) 42-17 last week, the Broncos opened as two-point favorites over the Bills. Denver looks hot, though, leading the National Football League with 318 rushing yards entering Week 3.

Denver is 7-0-1 ATS in their last 8 September games, 0-5 in their last 5 games on field-turf, and 0-3-1 in their last 4 games following an ATS win.

Asked if he'd be able to practice this week, Awuzie said: "I don't know nothing yet". "Some plays we left out there that we definitely like to have back", Taylor said on Wednesday. Losing Bolles is a tough pill to swallow for the Broncos considering how well the rookie tackle has performed this season. Broncos win. Who do you think wins? We don't want to get penalties that cost us big plays in the game. They're a good defense.

Although the match-up of the Buffalo Bills against the Denver Broncos isn't the most hyped up of games this week, there will be a lot of eyes on many players in this game.

"That's the life in the league", Stewart said. We were going against more zone. when their corners are squatting on routes and if your sitting on 10-12 and you're doing short, out-breaking routes it makes it easier for corners to do their jobs. "It's going to be a true challenge for us. We don't need certain look to execute". You face good corners each and every week. "If he's out, we've got Jordan Taylor obviously that's going to step up". But, we should also remind McCoy there is no "I" in team.

While the Bills will be looking to rev up their offense, Buffalo's defense figures to have its hands full against a Denver offense that showed both explosiveness and the ability to sustain drives in its beat-down of Dallas.

Denver has received surprising production from quarterback Trevor Siemian (six TD passes and 450 yards), and his play has given the offense a lift.

"I had the chance to go against Trevor a year ago when I was with the Panthers in the opening game of the year", Bills coach Sean McDermott said. I was impressed with him then. You have to find a way to get in that window and make those plays. "He's efficient. They're very efficient that way".

These are the three key players to watch this week in the Buffalo Bills' game against the Denver Broncos.

For the Broncos, offensive tackle Garett Bolles is battling a lower leg injury that could prevent him from taking the field Sunday. He also added 49 receiving yards.

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