10.White on blue
The Bills are switching it up this week for their matchup with the Falcons. The boys will be wearing white jerseys with blue pants. Here's a look.
9. Alumni in the ATL
Buffalo will have a lot of support this weekend from former Bills players living in the South. From Wall of Fame linebacker Darryl Talley to fan favorite Bryan Scott, the Bills alumni will be ready to represent.
8. Homecoming for DiMarco
Before his time with the Bills, fullback Pat DiMarco spent four seasons with the Falcons. A member of Atlanta's Super Bowl team, DiMarco will make his return to the ATL this Sunday. Only this time, he'll be rocking a different uniform.
7. Watch out for Williams
Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams has been holding it down for Buffalo since he was drafted in 2006. Now in his 12th season, Williams has a few milestones up for grabs. With one start, Williams will have reached 150 on his career. He also needs 2.0 sacks to move into sixth place on Buffalo's all-time sack list. Watch out for Williams!
6. No-fly zone
The Bills defense has been perfect through three weeks, allowing zero passing touchdowns. Buffalo will look to make it four against a tough receiving corps in Atlanta.
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5. 5 + 85 = 6
Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor and tight end Charles Clay have strengthened their on-field chemistry this season. The duo's ability to connect has resulted in first downs on 46.2% of Clay's receptions and two touchdowns already. Don't be surprised if Taylor finds Clay again.
4. Hauschka is money
Kicker Stephen Hauschka has been right on target through the first couple weeks of the 2017 season. Living up to his nickname "Hausch Money," the veteran kicker nailed two field goals from 50-yards plus, during Buffalo's Week 3 win against the Broncos. His clutch performance also earned him recognition as the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.
3. Rookie to the rescue
Bills first-round draft pick Tre'Davious White has adjusted well to life in the NFL. Leading the League with seven pass breakups, White has quickly made a name for himself as a serious defender. Receiving honors as the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month, White is ready to take care of business.
"We've got to just try to limit the big plays, just try and stay over the top, make sure no guys get behind us," said White.
*2. Sweet 16 *
Not only has the Bills 'D' been stingy on passing scores, the unit has made it difficult for their opposition to put points on the board. Limiting the competition to 16 points or less in Weeks 1-3, the Bills will aim to keep the Falcons grounded.
1. Pass the test
Although we're just four weeks into the 2017 season, the Bills have already faced some tough competitors. Presented with one of their toughest tests yet in the Falcons, the Bills are prepared to pass.