The Buffalo Bills fielded one of the best pass defenses in the league last season, and the team’s newest acquisition in their backfield believes they can be even better in 2020.
Buffalo ranked No. 4 in passing yards per game (196.9) allowed in 2019, making even the league’s best quarterbacks look mediocre. Maybe that’s why Tom Brady elected to leave the division and join the Tampa Bay Bucs.
The Bills are coached by defensive mastermind Sean McDermott, and they do a great job of generating pressure on opposing quarterbacks, while also covering on the back end.
And now that the Bills have acquired Josh Norman, the mouthy veteran cornerback believes they’re the league’s best secondary.
“We’ve got the best secondary in the league,” Norman said, according to Bleacher Report. “Guys sleep on Micah and Po back there.”
He is right that Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer are great safeties, but the Patriots secondary is loaded with talent, and we believe they’re the best in the league right now. The Bills dodged a bullet with Tre White not opting out, even though he had hinted about not playing this season over the past few days.