Buffalo’s pass rush looked strong in practice Friday and LeSean McCoy looked as elusive as ever.
The defensive line had a good day on Friday. Early in the team periods they were getting quality rushes on the quarterbacks. Shaq Lawson led the charge with a pair of sacks and came close on a third that in a real game would’ve gone down as a QB pressure. Adolphus Washington had a sack as well, and Jerel Worthy and Ryan Davisteamed up for a tackle for loss in the run game.
It’s typical to see the defense ahead of the offense early in camp. It’s also typical to see the other side of the ball rebound and perform well the next day.
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