Buffalo’s defense had a good-looking performance against the run in the preseason opener against Carolina, when they held the Panthers to 53 yards on 26 carries (2.0 yards per carry). Their run stopping ability against the Browns was a much different story.
The Bills first team defense got hit for consistent gains by Cleveland’s run game on the opening possession. A missed tackle on the flank led to a 26-yard run by Carlos Hyde. That was followed by an 18-yard run up the middle by Duke Johnson. Read More
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