This is a breakdown of pens in Week 3 on offense and defense for the Buffalo Bills. The first thing that stands out is that the Bills officially made a change on the offensive line when they moved to left guard, while making his first start at the right guard with the Bills.
This is a breakdown of the Week 3 buffalo bill and some notes from the snap count
Buffalo Bills once again won, moving to 3-0, after an exciting last second touchdown to give them a 35-32 victory over the Los Angeles Rams. While the result was the same, there were some different appearances this week, partly from injuries but also from some coaches’ decisions to mix up the starting lineup.
This is a breakdown of snaps in Week 3 on offense and defense for the Buffalo Bills
The first thing that stands out is that the Bills officially made a change on the offensive line when moving to left guard while getting his first start with the Bills at right guard. Aside from a few special teams enlistments, was regulated to the bench
Both Winters and Ford took 99% of the snaps with the right tackle and the center. A shoulder injury forced eight appearances this week. Brutl stepped in to take charge.
This was also the highest snap count for running backs at 89%. It wasn’t a surprise surely if one was out on a toe injury. This was also the best game for Singletary in the 2014 season, with over 100 yards from scrimmage.
Another player who saw a career high was receiver. The rookie played 74% of the snaps and ended with four receptions for 81 yards. This increase is likely attributed to the absence of Davis, who suffered a calf injury but has played very well this season and should see his catches continue to increase.
At tight end played a season high 71% with the absence of injuries due to injury. It is also interesting to see only a short play in the game which ended up being a touchdown reception for the veteran tight end.
Buffalo Bills Defence
On the defensive side of the ball, continued to see his snaps increasing. He was playing for the first time this week against the Dolphins and played 17 snaps and 24 snaps (35%) played against the Rams on Sunday. He also logged his first career sack and should continue to be more involved in the coming weeks.
The rotation of defensive tackle is interesting as it continues to lead the position in snaps He played 64% of the defensive snaps, one week after 63% of the Buffalo Bills snaps. both weeks second and was on the field for 57% of the shots against the Rams. From the moment the starters in the position should be Jefferson and Oliver.
The good news is that and exclusive were the Buffalo Bills linebackers against the Los Angeles Rams. Milano played each snap while Edmunds played 68 of 69 snaps. If there were any residual effects from their injuries, it did not stop them from playing on the field.