Buffalo Bills need reliable rushing offense for deep playoff run

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A couple’s ability to get along when they are away from home because of travel problems is an indication of the strength (or weakness) of their relationship. External chaos makes or breaks a relationship, and this hastily written analogy is where the Bills operate as a team and in real life.

Buffalo had to dig its tunnel got out of the foothills of snow to play a home game in Detroit, and was been in Motor City since then due to a Thanksgiving match with the Lions. While Josh Allen was able to finish his double interception streak, he was unable to get past the 200 yards in the air in doing so.

There have been some questions “What’s wrong with Allen’s pieces?” written recently, this always happens when an MVP candidate has Allen’s time in the last month. In his last four starts, he has four touchdowns to six picks, just one over 250 yards and has been sacked 11 times. Before that, he was proud of the TD-INT 17-4 odds, had only one game with an overhead distance of less than 250 yards, and was fired nine times in six competitions.

Certainly, the unrest in the Bills’ current attack is partly due to Allen. However, I want to point out that he is injured and is also leading the team forward even though he only managed seven times. Sunday yard.

Here is a statistic for you. Last year, Allen led the team to the finish six times over the whole season. He’s done it in just 10 games this year. The Bills are ninth in the NFL in actual output at 134 per outing, but if you subtract 48 YPG from QB, that’s in the 80s. I know. I know. Number 17 is QB in a tight body.

However, he is not invulnerable. His javelin and yards per attempt over the past few years have been Orange Newton-esquewith over 100 tries per year and anywhere from low 400 to mid 700 in any given season.

At his current pace, the Bills QB will finish nearly 122 times he hit it last year, a career high. It’s a so many miles for a crafty space guy like Lam Jackson. In order for his career not to be ruined by a series of injuries like what happened to Cam, the running back position and the formation needed to be better.

There are 25 defenders with more yards this season than Devin Singletary, who starts at Buffalo, and he’s essentially splitting repeats with just Allen, who has 3 yards more with 39 executions. less than. That’s not surprising after hearing the signal caller led the rush group six out of 10 weeks, but it was still jarring.

Singletary and James Cook, rookies from Georgia, each 86 yards tall against the Browns, which was the highest season for both players. Aside from 175 in the Minnesota loss in Week 10, Buffalo’s 171 in Week 11 is the most in a game this year, and it all comes from the people assigned to do it.

Maybe Buffalo discovered something during their stay in Detroit. The Lions had the third worst defense ahead of the NFL game and I can’t imagine a better way for the Bills and their fans to end a chaotic week than by a comfortable win. Fixed a time in the third quarter by a run back, and not the bad face of the franchise.

After a shaky first half in a game away from home, it looked like the Bills were in danger of falling apart. A strong second half in the trenches could be just what they need to start rolling again.

Who knows, maybe instead of constantly arguing over seat and accommodation assignment, a more traditional running game is their version mahjong or sexual awakening or any bond tempered through tough times in relationships.


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