Buffalo Bills: Biggest Strength, Weakness Entering the 2010 NFL Season

June 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Today, the subject is the Buffalo Bills.
What's the team's biggest strength, and what's the greatest weakness?
Biggest Strength: Defensive Back
Finally, positions where the Bills excel in. 
Jairus Byrd was phenomenal as a rookie, swooping down nine passes. Byrd almost won the defensive ROY. Byrd could be a receiver, he's THAT good at catching the ball.
Byrd struggles some stopping the run. When running backs get into the second level, he's too tentative tackling which allows for big plays.
Even being a small cornerback, Terrence McGee really excels in coverage. His instincts are top notch, while he moves around the field fluidly.
Other cornerback Leodis McKelvin, is a mere image of his starting counterpart. However, McKelvin is coming off an injury plagued season where he broke a bone in his leg. If he's healthy, he's good for five to six interceptions.
Drayton Florence is a good backup corner, who actually can excel in nickel co...

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