This AFC East clash has tons of intrigue as the Jets have added Aaron Rodgers while the Bills try to maintain their Super Bowl window. Both teams have a possible huge issue on the offensive line. With that being said, this is an enormous game moving forward. Some questions will be answered tonight.
Let’s start off with NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Garrett Wilson. Wilson had 1,103 yards last season and proved himself to be an impressive young talent; no doubt the Jets will attempt to use him against Christian Benford or whomever else is playing CB opposite Tre’Davious White as often as possible.
Wilson had to carry the load all by himself last season; now he also has Rodgers’ old teammates from Green Bay, such as Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb and Mecole Hardeman, on board. But Rodgers will need his offensive line to protect him – tackles Duane Brown and Mehki Becton may present difficulties, while Leonard Floyd and Greg Rousseau must take advantage of any openings they find against their counterparts from Bills edge rushers Leonard Floyd and Greg Rousseau.
Dalvin Cook will likely carry the Jets’ running game due to Breece Hall’s continued recovery from knee surgery; Cook dominated the Bills last season when playing for Minnesota, so you know he’ll be inspired in their second meeting against brother James!
As much as they’d like to change, the Buffalo Bills have struggled offensively against the Jets over recent seasons. Their two games against the Jets last season weren’t great either; the Bills managed just 37 points total in twocontest!
Josh Allen struggled in both, yet both teams feature almost their starting units back. Meanwhile, Buffalo made some notable adjustments, particularly up front, where guards Connor McGovern and rookie O’Cyrus Torrence should better handle Jets defensive tackle Quinnen Williams. Furthermore, Buffalo allowed 121.6 yards per game on average, running back James Cook and Damien Harris combined, and Allen as a running back who can cause some havoc.
When they throw, yes, it will be difficult against a Jets defense that features one of the NFL’s premier cornerback trios in Sauce Gardner, D.J. Reed, Michael Carter II, plus reliable safeties Jordan Whitehead and Tony Adams, as well as their formidable pass rush featuring Williams, John Franklin-Myers, Will McDonald IV as potential threats.
Allen still boasts Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis and Dawson Knox; plus, it now has even deeper depth with Dalton Kincaid as TE/slot receiver and Deonte Harty and Trent Sherfield as wideouts. However, this serves as a true test of offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey, who will need to prove he can find solutions against New York, which proved challenging during his first season with them in his first year as an offensive coordinator (OC).
The difference in this game will be the Jets’ pass defense. The Bills will not be able to run the ball well enough to win this game. Take the Jets and the +2.5 points.
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