Washington QB Kirk Cousins has played considerably better at home than on the road this season. He and his teammates will be hosting the Bills on Sunday at FedEx Field where they’re 5-2 in 2015. Buffalo’s defense has respect for Cousins, who has 12 touchdowns and just two interceptions in Washington’s seven home games this season.
“He’s gotten better as the year has gone on,” said Jerry Hughes. “He’s learned from some of his mistakes early on and he’s just battling week in and week out. He’s going out there and he’s battling for those guys. So we’ve got to do a good job up front of just putting a lot more pressure (on him).”
Cousin’s passer rating in road games this season is 74.6, where he’s thrown six touchdowns and nine interceptions, while at home his passer rating is 111.5 with 12 TDs and two INTs.
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