One week after a historically bad first half of football in the desert, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers travel to Buffalo, New York to take on the Bills and their opportunistic defense.
The Buccaneers don’t have a game with a single rusher going for over 100 yards and I think it bothers their offensive line.
The Bills don’t score a ton of points per game, so having to scrap the game plan by halftime shouldn’t be a problem like it was the first two road games. Look for Bucs head coach Dirk Koetter to stick with the run game even if it stalls early.
Running back Doug Martin to get 25 plus carries as he grinds out his first 100+ yard game.
105 yards with 1 touchdown
I wrote last week to start the Bucs defense against Arizona.
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Actually more goes into it than just not trusting their D.
The Buffalo Bills and more to the point Tyrod Taylor take care of the football. The Bills offense haven’t lost a fumble thus far and Taylor has only thrown 2 interceptions. While the Buccaneers defense recorded half of their 8 turnover in their first game against Chicago.
Also Buffalos’ offense doesn’t throw often. So there are few chances for interceptions and the Bucs pass rush is last in the league in sacks so not much hope of points the few times Taylor actually does drop back to pass.
This should be a grind it out on the ground type of game with one maybe two turnovers.
22 points against with 334 yards of total offense given up. 0 INT’s and 2 sacks.
Humphries has at least 6 receptions in 3 of the 5 games played this year. He has also gained over 50 yards per game in 5 of those games. He has a respectable reception average of 11.2 per. Humphries has been held out of the end zone but if find the promise land just once this Sunday, Hump can put up 18-22 fantasy points for you in PPR leagues.
6 receptions 71 yards with 1 touchdown.
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