Now with Peters back in the fold, a versatile Langston Walker, a servicable Kirk Chambers, the athletic rookie Demetrius Bell, and the work-in-progress Matt Murphy back practicing today; it looks like we actually have depth at a position where at the end of the preseason most of us felt it was a weak spot.
That feels pretty good. Let's also hope, Peters or no Peters this upcoming sunday (although I suspect the former), that we can run block and get some openings against Jax, which will help the Bills keep their D on their toes. i like the use of misdirection and counter plays, as I think it plays to our line strength and the strengths of Lynch, with his quick feet.
If the Bills can continue where they left off against Seattle in stopping the run and getting pressure on Gerrard, then I see a solid win from the Bills. However, being that it is their home opener, and they are a very tough, hard nosed team coming off of a loss to a divisional opponent, I see it as very close match up, and a low scoring game. This is a huge game and should be looked at as all the more important as a possible wild card tie breaker, if it becomes necessary, which it usually does come December.
Jags - 14
Bills - 17
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