The Bills only got to Matt Moore one time in their first matchup with the Dolphins in Week 11. The second time around they believe they’ll be a more productive pass rushing unit.
Last in the league in sacks with 19 this season, Buffalo’s defensive staff has tried a countless number of schemes to generate more pass rush. Against a team that’s allowed 44 on the season (2nd most in the NFL), head coach Chan Gailey indicated that his defensive staff has some new wrinkles in the game plan this week.
“We think we can get some pressure on the passer,” said Gailey. “You’ve got to do it different ways. You can’t do it the same way. It’s not just rushing six or just rushing three or four. You’ve got to do some different things to try to create some pressure and I think our defensive staff has come up with some things this week.”
Miami’s offensive line has been bit by the injury bug of late. Left tackle Jake Long is a question mark for Sunday’s game with a back injury and RG Vernon Carey isn’t healthy with an ankle injury.
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