Tennessee Titans schedule: 3 Opposing defenses worth mentioning

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. . . Buffalo Bills. 1. team. 16

The Buffalo Bills have all of the ingredients for a great season in 2021.

They aren’t quite there yet, but slowly and quietly, the Buffalo Bills are getting really close to being a team where you can’t really find too much to criticize. They’re coached well. They’re good on offense. Their signal-caller improves with each passing season, and on defense, they return two of the Bills Mafia’s five Pro Bowl nods from a season ago.

Cornerback Tre’Davious White, a member of the Pro Football Writers of America’s All-Rookie Team in 2017, a First-team All-Pro in 2019 (when he led the league in interceptions), and a Second-team All-Pro in 2020 mans the secondary while his teammate, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, continues to be a guy that opposing quarterbacks locate on every play before the ball is snapped.

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In 2020, the Bills finished tied for seventh in interceptions. They were third in turnovers, but all of the stats don’t represent how great they truly were. In 2021, this unit will be even better, thanks to the addition of Gregory Rousseau and Carlos Basham Jr. in the NFL Draft.

Circle this one on your calendars. Week 6’s game at Nissan Stadium versus the Bills could be an AFC Championship preview. This is a defensive unit that really matches up well with the Titans’ offense.