The Buffalo Bills saving grace last year was their passing defense as it was ranked second in the National Football League last year.
However, after the Bills third preseason game against the Cincinnati Bengals the defense has a lot of improving to do for the start of the regular season.
The run defense was just as bad as last year as they allowed Bengals starting running back to rush for 50 yards on eight carries, which translate95 to a 6.25 yards per a carry average.
The passing defense did not fare as well either as they gave up 95 yards in just a little bit over one quarter worth’s work, which at that rate would translate into over 380 yards passing day for Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer.
In the end, the Bills may have won the game, but they still have a heck of a lot of work to do on defense.