Even though the Buffalo Bills only gave up 222 passing yards and one touchdown in last week's 37-24 loss to the Cleveland Browns, the team surrendered big chunks of yardage in key situations in defeat. Where the team had a tough matchup trying to defend top receivers Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron in Week 5, the team's job won't be getting much easier this Sunday with the likes of A.J. Green, Mohamed Sanu, Jermaine Gresham and Tyler Eifert coming to town.
Green, in particular, will be the latest in a line of three highly athletic No. 1 wide receivers that the Bills have matched up with in their last three games. Both Gordon and Torrey Smith of Baltimore proved productive against the Bills, and neither is considered the caliber of player that Green, the No. 4 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, is.
In the photo gallery above, flip through the All-22 snapshots for a look at some ways the Bills have tried to defend No. 1 wideouts - and how their opponents have successfully freed those receivers up. You'll notice a few mistakes on Buffalo's end along the way, of course - and hopefully they're mistakes that can be rectified as healthy, more talented defensive backs re-enter the fold this week.