When the Buffalo Bills square off against the Cleveland Browns this weekend, the league's hottest rushing attack will match up against perhaps the most talented young running back and offensive line combination in the league.
As Bills fans, we're well aware of how awesome C.J. Spiller (292 rushing yards, 10.1 yards per carry, three scores) and the offensive linemen in front of him (Cordy Glenn, Andy Levitre, Eric Wood, Kraig Urbik, Erik Pears and Chris Hairston) have been in the first two games. Right now, the Bills have the best rushing attack in the business.
The Browns, meanwhile, have perhaps the best line in the business (Joe Thomas, Jason Pinkston, Alex Mack, Shawn Lauvao and Mitchell Schwartz), as well as the ultra-talented No. 3 overall pick in April's 2012 NFL Draft, Trent Richardson, toting the rock. Richardson is coming off of a 145-yard, two-score performance in Week 2.
Both runners are young and extremely talented. Both strong lines feature promising rookies, and both teams can be seriously efficient running the ball. Dave Wannstedt and Dick Jauron have their work cut out for them trying to slow down these rushing attacks on Sunday.