Bills secondary left out of top-tier mention

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Bills secondary left out of top-tier mention
Bills secondary left out of top-tier mention

Usually, teams who have the best secondaries often limit the number of passing yards allowed. Apparently, Fox Sports didn't get that memo. The outlet sent out a Twitter poll asking “Which NFL team has the best secondary?” The poll, which featured the options of the Baltimore Ravens, Los Angeles Chargers, Chicago Bears, and Cleveland Browns, curiously left off the team who allowed the fewest passing yards in the league last season. The Buffalo Bills. The Bills led the league by allowing only 179.8 passing yards per game, a 15-yard cushion over the second-place Jacksonville Jaguars. Bills safety Micah Hyde noticed this omission. Now, it is obvious that there is more to a great pass defense than

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