Giants Vs. Bills: 10 Things You Need To Know

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Sep 20, 2015; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills running back Karlos Williams (29) runs the ball in for a touchdown during the first half against the New England Patriots at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

2. Giants Run Defense Will Be Tested:

The Giants have their work cut out for them defensively because the Bills have the best rushing attack in the NFL. The Bills average 152.7 yards a game on the ground. I know what your thinking, Lesean McCoy may not play in this game and that will make it easier. But that may not stop the Bills ground attack. Karlos Williams has emerged as a legitimate stud in the Bills backfield. On 24 carries, Williams has rushed for 186 yards 3 touchdowns.

The Bills also have the threat of putting Percy Harvin in the backfield or having him do a jet sweep. Harvin has four rushing attempts for 32 yards and it is an element I expect the Bills to keep testing in their offense. On top of that Taylor can really kill you with his speed. He has 17 rushes on the season for just under 100 yards. The Bills have the weapons on the ground and they have the offensive line to plow forward on any play.

The Giants defense has been much improved this season. The Giants rush defense ranks second in the NFL in this young season. The Bills will put that result to the test. The Giants have given up only 74.7 yards on the ground. The Bills depend on getting over 100 yards rushing a game.

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