Run defense needs overhaul in bye week
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — One things for sure this Sunday, the Bills defense will have not have a problem stopping the run.
That's because the won't be playing. When they return from they bye week, well, that will be another story.
A week from Sunday they face another of the NFL's top running backs in Arian Foster and the Houston Texans. The Bills rank dead last in run defense. Last Sunday, the Titans rushed for 197 yards and four touchdowns, Chris Johnson doing the bulk of the damage with 195 yards including that big 83 yarder for a touchdown.
"I am going to use the same term that I used the other day: consistency," said head coach Chan Gailey. "They run the same run four times and we stop it three and let it get out for a big one on the fourth one. You cannot do that. You have to be consistent every time and I think that is the term that we are talking with our players about and making a big deal about. Be able to create consistency play after play and being accountable to each other."