The Buffalo Bills’ offense finds itself stuck in a rut following a 9-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, in a game where the Bills did not look like their dynamic selves on offense. Part of the blame for the offensive woes falls on the offensive line, which was down two starters, but today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by examining how an inconsistent rushing attack has been hampering the offense.
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Bills need to rediscover running game
While everyone knows the Bills are a pass-first offense, in order for Buffalo to snap out of this offensive funk, they need to become more well-rounded in the ground game. Running backs Devin Singletary and Zack Moss have combined for 4.2 yards per carry over the season, but that total plummeted to just 22 yards during the loss to Jacksonville. How can the Bills improve their rushing attack? Will Matt Breida get a chance to provide a spark?
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Brian Daboll: Offensive woes “start with me.”
While Buffalo’s All-Pro quarterback Josh Allen took much of the blame for the offense failing to show up during the loss to the Jaguars, offensive coordinator Brian Daboll admits much of the blame falls on him, especially when it comes to failing to get the offense to move the ball consistently. Plus, are there reasons to be optimistic about the offense based on the final drive vs. the Jaguars?
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Looking ahead to Week 10 vs. the Jets
Running back Zack Moss and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds sat out practice Wednesday with their injuries, while tight end Dawson Knox and offensive tackle Spencer Brown returned to the practice field, a good sign for their suiting up vs. the Jets. Plus, we dive into the odds and predictions for Sunday’s clash with the Jets, and the Jets announce a starting quarterback for the game vs. the Bills.
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