The Denver Broncos have now won two straight games, while the Buffalo Bills are struggling at the moment. The Bills need a big bounce back when in this one, as the Broncos will try to prove that this is a team that has improved.
On the season, the Bills rank fifth in passing offense with an average of 262.1 yards per game and sixteenth in rushing with 108.1 average yards per contest. Buffalo ranks fifth in scoring offense at 26.7 points per contest while ranking sixth for scoring defense with 17.8 allowed per game. Josh Allen has completed 231 passes out of 324 totalling 2,423 yards for 18 touchdowns and nine interceptions so far this season. He leads his team with 233 rushing yards and six scores on 42 carries for 147 yards, two scores. James Cook leads with 506 yards from 108 carries, while Latavius Murray (42 carries; two scores) and Damien Harris (23 carries; 94 yards; one score) have also contributed on the ground. Stefon Diggs has been the team’s go-to receiver, collecting 70 passes for 834 yards and 7 touchdowns. Gabe Davis (31 catches, 434 yards and five touchdowns), Cook (22 receptions 211 yards, one TD), Dalton Kincaid (40 grabs 339 yards and three TDs), Khalil Shakir (18 grabs, 224 yards TDs), Deonte Harty (13 receptions 113 yards TD), Tyler Bass (266 extra point attempts, 12 field goal attempts with one made and 54 long-field goal made this year) are among those surpassing 100 receiving yards this season. Tyler Bass has hit his 26 extra point attempts 260 times while 12 of 15 field goal attempts with 54 long field goal attempts so far this season.
The Broncos enter this matchup ranked 27th in passing offense with an average of 185.4 yards per game through the air and 11th in rushing offense by amassing an average of 116.8 yards per contest. Denver stands 16th in scoring offense with an average of 21.5 points per game while ranking 32nd in scoring defense by permitting 28.3 points a contest. Russell Wilson is currently 154 for 233 passing with 16 touchdowns against four interceptions for 1,613 yards of passing totalling 1,613. He has been sacked 26 times while still accruing 201 yards rushing. Javonte Williams leads the Broncos with 90 carries for 357 yards this season; Samaje Perine (27 carries, 103 yards) and Jaleel McLaughlin (38 carries, 268 yards, one touchdown) also contribute heavily for Denver. Courtland Sutton leads his team with 33 receptions totalling 380 yards and six scores this season. Perine (22 receptions, 231 yards), Jerry Jeudy (27 catches, 336 yards and one touchdown), Marvin Mims Jr. (11 grabs, 246 yards and one TD) and Brandon Johnson (8 receptions, 122 yards and three TDs) have been key contributors in the passing game this season. Wil Lutz has made 15 of 16 extra point attempts and 13 of 15 field goal attempts with an overall accuracy rate of 82% this season and boasted a long of 52 yards this season!
The Bills are the better team, but this point spread does scare me a bit as the Broncos have played well the last few weeks and they are healthy. The Bills have a lengthy injury list. I still like Josh Allen to do enough to get it done late. Nills 27 Broncos 17.
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