The Week 11 bye week has come and gone, giving the Bills an opportunity to evaluate their issues, and finish the back half of the season strong.
Through 11 weeks, the Bills sit at 7-3, which is something that doesn’t happen often at One Bills Drive. The culture has made a turnaround, but the team isn’t where it should be just yet. To look back on the last three years with disdain is not accurate, and to look back on the last three years overly confident is incredibly arrogant.
Th Bills have a generally favorable final six-game stretch, with games against the Chargers, 49ers, Steelers, Broncos, Patriots and Dolphins, respectively, left. Two of the six teams have winning records currently, but all have strengths that will challenge some of the Bills inconsistencies and weaknesses. This is a good time for the Bills to get hot and show the true potential of their very talented squad.
Offensively, the Bills have done relatively well throughout the first 10 games, but need to approach their rush a lot different. Find balance, and not rely so heavily on the passing game. Defensively, they need to tighten up in rush defense, as the final stretch and playoff field features talented running games that can be a difference maker.
Podcast hosts Matt and David take you through their observations and expectations for the remainder of 2020. Listen to this week’s episode of the podcast below and be sure to subscribe: