The Buffalo Bills’ offense might be one of the least talented units in the NFL but their defensive line has been ferocious in each of their first two games, recording seven sacks and 12 quarterback hits while limiting opponents to just 57.5 rushing yards per game. This Sunday, they host the Denver Broncos (2-0) at New Era Field and they will need another strong game out of their front seven if they hope to improve to 2-1 after losing to the Carolina Panthers in Week 2. On Wednesday, head coach Vance Joseph along with quarterback Trevor Siemian and running back C.J. Anderson, among others were asked about Buffalo’s defense and there was nothing but praise for the team’s talented front seven.
One surefire way to lose a fantasy match-up is to start a slew of players who participated in a 9-3 defensive struggle. If you started any Buffalo Bills this past week, you were probably disappointed in your team’s results, and the same goes for those who relied upon members of the Carolina Panthers. Buffalo’s stop unit kept the Panthers out of the end zone, making Graham Gano the third-highest scoring player for the Carolina. Like our suggested Bills to play, our Carolina players busted pretty hard, as well. Newton was the 26th-highest scoring player in fantasy last week, one spot ahead of his counterpart, Tyrod Taylor. Newton threw for 228 yards and added 27 rushing. He was hit hard throughout
Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior writer for ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com 2-time Sports Emmy winner 2010, 2014 NMPA Writer of the Year Follow on Twitter It was Saturday afternoon, and I was in the middle of a perfectly pleasant autumn day. I had the day off from traveling and my family had gathered for the first night game in the history of Wingate University football, lights donated via a generous gift from my stepmother. We dined on a catered lunch. We strolled through an art gallery dedicated in her honor. I wore khakis. And through it all, my pocket was a'humming with text messages and social media notifications. First, it was only occasionally. Then, the buzzing business picked