Trentwannabe Posted November 30, 2021 Share Posted November 30, 2021 No two ways about it. This is one of the biggest game in Bills history. The winner will be in soul possession of 1st place of the AFC East and have the best odds or second best odds at the number 1 seed in the AFC. The Bills could be getting starters Feliciano (LG), Spencer Brown (RT) and Star(1T) back into the line up which would be a huge boost for both lines. The Bills however, will be without All Pro CB Tre White after he tore his ACL during Thanksgivings win over New Orleans. Quick Analysis: The Bills hated division rivals come to town for a classic Monday Night game in front of the nation. Josh Allen and the Bills swept New England last year, with the second game being a very decisive win. Before 2020, Sean McDermott and the Bills were 0-6 vs. New England during his tenure. Defense: Can Leslie Frazier and his staff put a plan together to confuse the rookie QB Mac Jones? Will they slow down Stevenson and Harris in the running game? Getting Star back would be a big boost much like Edmunds was last week. Dane Jackson has a chance to cement himself as a CB2 moving forward but he will be tested this weekend. Offense: Will the Bills play like they did against New Orleans and the Jets? Or will they look like they did against Jacksonville and Indianapolis? Josh Allen has turned the ball over 7 times in the last 4 weeks. He and the offense can't afford any mistakes like that on Monday. New England looked susceptible against the run vs. Tennessee and that is something the Bills can take advantage of. Matt Breida has added a spark to the run game and Josh Allen is always a weapon. Conclusion: At the end of the day, I like us. This team is built extremely well and getting healthy at the right time (Tre not withstanding )I like Mac Jones as a player and think he's better than most give him credit for, but not as good as some media members have crowned him. But this will be the biggest game of his young NFL career and in a very hostile environment. I think we force him into a few mistakes and the offense capitalizes with guys like Knox and Breida continuing to shine. Bills 27 Pats 17 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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