When it comes to the team leaders for interceptions with the Buffalo Bills, a familiar trio has led the way over the past three seasons. Without further adieu, lets take a look at our candidates.
Tied for the league lead with six interceptions in 2019, Tre’Davious White is the obvious choice to lead this group. White was named First-Team All-Pro as one of the top cornerbacks in the league, certainly coming into his own during his third season. While he may be an overwhelming favorite based on last season’s performance, White finished tied for third on the team in 2018 with two interceptions. As opposing offensive coordinators may choose to avoid White on defense, his numbers could understandably take a dip in 2020.
The ever-versatile Hyde finished with five interceptions back in 2017, tied for the team lead with Jordan Poyer. Hyde may have only had one interception during the 2019 campaign, but he is a virtual lock to play 100% of the snaps each game. He will certainly have his opportunities this season, and could push White for the team lead.
The aforementioned Poyer being included in this discussion should come as no surprise to Bills fans. Tied for the team lead in 2017, Poyer also led the team with four interceptions in the 2018 season. Like Hyde, Poyer is a near lock to play every snap on defense, giving him a chance to regain his position as the club’s leader in interceptions again this season.
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