Bills will improve to 3-1 on Sunday against Giants

September 30, 2015


Amid the Action by Kainoa Deguilmo

On Sunday, the New York Giants will face the Buffalo Bills. The Giants came out with a 32-21 win over the Washington Redskins on Thursday. The Bills just routed the Dolphins 41-14 at Miami. Both of these teams are coming off successful wins. But the question is: who will win on Sunday? I’m taking the Bills.

Yes, there are reports of Lesean Mccoy and Sammy Watkins, but this offense still has the talent to pull through. Tyrod Taylor is on fire right now and is up against a defense that will allow him plenty of opportunities. This New York team may have won, but they allowed 21 points by the Redskins who are an absolute mess right now.

If the Redskins can score three touchdowns against the Giants, there’s no reason the Bills wouldn’t be able to do the same, if not more. New York looked better that game, but the team really struggles with consistency. The lack of consistency showed, especially against Dallas. Personally, that game was painful to watch.

I’m not a New York fan, but I can’t stand Dallas. The Giants put up a really good game. The defense was decent–not great–but decent throughout the entire game. If only Eli Manning ran out the clock, if only he took the sack, if only Rashad Jennings scored…the list goes on. But nobody can solely blame the offense for this loss.

The defense had maybe over a minute, maybe less, and the Dallas offense, with no timeouts, ran onto the field. This is the only way to put it: the defense didn’t show up when the team needed them the most.

It was like a high school team playing against a bunch of pop warner players. Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys practically marched down the field into the end zone. New York may have won by a good margin last game, but that was by arguably one of the worst teams in the league. The Bills are certainly on a higher level than the Redskins.

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