Behind enemy lines: LA Rams vs. Bills, through the eyes of BuffaloDown

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Question three

Let’s cut right to Buffalo’s running game.

Ramblin Fan: Rookie Zack Moss was highly touted in the 2020 NFL Draft but is just 17 carries for 48 yards. Is anyone worried yet?
Buffalo Down: The run game as a whole, including Devin Singletary, has not really been productive. However, with the way Allen has been throwing it hasn’t been a concern. In the game against the Miami Dolphins, the run game was much more efficient as both backs combined to average over five yards-per-carry. The biggest focus for the coaching staff right now is to have enough of a run game to keep defenses honest and if they can’t do that, Josh Allen’s job moving the ball through the air will be much tougher.

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Question four

About the Bills quarterback pressure?
Ramblin Fans: The Bills have 6 QB sacks in just two games. Which defender will be the most dangerous pass rusher to face the Rams in this one?
Buffalo Down: While Mario Addison is currently leading the team with two sacks, I think the most dangerous pass rusher is going to come from the interior as Quinton Jefferson and Ed Oliver could cause the biggest problems. The Rams have already ruled their starting left guard out and those defensive tackles are known for their ability to get pressure on the quarterback. Jefferson came over from the Seahawks this offseason and this past week against the Dolphins played the most snaps among the defensive tackles while Ed Oliver registered his first sack of the season.