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Buffalo Bills Week 4 Overreactions



After a close victory in Baltimore that featured not one, but two Jordan Poyer interceptions, we’re back with some overreactions to the game. The Buffalo Bills started off the first half very slow and uninspired on both sides of the ball, almost like they were still broken from last week’s loss. The second half had much better play, with Devin Singletary running more effectively, and Josh Allen finding more of a rhythm with his receivers. So, let’s not waste anymore time. Here are our overreactions to the game.

1.) Devin Singletary is the best RB on the team.

The Bills can bring in as many RBs as they want to in the second or third round, but Devin Singletary still runs the ball more effectively on the field. After the offense got in sync in the second half, Devin Singletary played very good football, finishing the game with 11 rushes for 49 yards (4.5 yards per carry). The Bills can continue to try and push their Zack Moss agenda, but Singletary still gives you the best chance.

2.) The Bills NEED to feature Dawson Knox more next week.

Before the season began, the Bills signed Dawson Knox to a four year/$52M contract extension. Since then, he has been targeted 17 times for 12 receptions and 111 yards. The Bills need to find ways to get him going this season and become that safety blanket he was last year. What better time to get him rolling than this week? With Isaiah McKenzie and Jamison Crowder both dealing with injuries, the Bills are running out of weapons to throw to. Dawson Knox will figure to get a boost in targets this week and, if so, could see him return to his 2021 form.

3.) The Bills can’t let these injuries derail their season.

It hasn’t been a fun two weeks for injuries. With new addition Xavier Rhodes going on the practice squad injured list for the next month, the WR room getting beat up this season, and the interior DL not being fully healthy since Week 1. The Buffalo Bills will need to find ways to get through this injury bug before it derails their Super Bowl run. The schedule won’t get any easier, with the next few weeks featuring the hot Kansas City Chiefs and an Aaron Rodgers-lead football team.

4.) The offense needs to find another gear.

The Bills’ slow offensive starts in games will be what affects their season. With the Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, and Cincinnati Bengals on the schedule, they can’t have games like they did in the first half on Sunday, because they won’t get the same chances that Lamar Jackson gave them in those games.

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