Bills Defense Should Be in Top 5 for NFL 2020 Season

The Buffalo Bills revamped defense with an  influx of veteran players like Josh Norman, AJ Klein, Mario Addison, and Vernon Butler has created a unit that’s played and had success in the defensive scheme.     

Several of these guys played in Super Bowl 50 for the Carolina Panthers v. Denver Broncos. 

 Bills linebacker AJ Klein:   “It’s not only about putting guys in position to win, it’s about finding guys with high character, hard work ethics, and mutual respect for Coaches.” “It’s deeper than putting players in the right position, Beane and McDermott are looking for the correct pieces.” “It’s a system once you learn it allows everybody to play fast and free allowing great communication coming from linebackers to defensive backs which is tried and tested and quite successful.”

Bills defensive back Levi Wallace :“I dedicated myself to putting right things in my body proteins and getting a chef to stay on track with putting on 10 pounds of muscle.”” Keeping weight on was my main focus not water weight, and not to lose it, real muscle and guys at one Bills Drive were very helpful with my nutrition program.”

Bills defensive back Josh Norman was impressed upon meeting his teammates. He was  welcomed in and truly know they understand the defensive scheme already and know using nuisances of it.

Josh Allen:  “The keys to winning is hustling, getting after it, and I know what that feels and looks like. Its defense that win championships. It’s going to be a real great time here.” 

Josh feels Bills are a serious Super Bowl contender and our defense will be leading the way. 

Josh continues: ” The Bills are workaholics, true grinders … all about balling and really want to see everyone do good.They actually care about each other. If they see something wrong they’re going to tell you about it and I’m just here adding my flavor to it.”

The  Bills once again will have a tough defense that hopefully won’t be on the field the majority of games a tough stretch of games. The Bills offense must put up more than the average of 17 points per game of last season. Josh Allen and crew must at least hit 24 points or more per game in order to win a majority of their 2020 games. No matter how good your defense is you can’t afford to keep them on the field and get worn down.

Rochester based Columnist George Radney