The Buffalo Bills opened the 2016 NFL season with an unimpressive game vs the Baltimore Ravens.
The Bills lost the game 13-7.
Keeping in mind it was only one game, the defense was stout, and improved from 2015.
The lone hiccup coming on defense was a 67 yard catch and run given up to Mike Wallace, where Safety Duke Williams was badly beaten on the play.
In today’s NFL of high scoring offenses the Defense held their own.
On the other hand the Bills offense failed to perform.
The Bills were held to under 200 yards of Offense.
The Bills offense failed to capitalize on the Defenses play.
At one point in the game Tyrod Taylor was averaging as little as 4 yards per pass. The Bills showed no threat of a vertical passing game.
The offense reminded me of when Trent Edwards was at the helm and he was given the nickname Captain Check-Down for the dink and dunk offense.
Again it’s only one game in a 16 game schedule, but the offensive showing was poor and must improve going forward.
The Bills have a short week as they play the New York Jets, Thursday night at New Era Field.
With the short week, the Bills likely will turn to game film of the 2 games from last season vs the Jets to see what areas they’ll be able to exploit.
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