ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Two weeks ago, the Bills gave up 218 rushing yards to the Eagles in their second loss of the season. Last week it seemed like things weren't much better as Adrian Peterson rushed for 101 yards in the first half.
But they cleaned things up and made adjustments at halftime to only allow 18 rushing yards to the Redskins in the second half.
This week they face another challenge on that front going against Browns running back Nick Chubb who is fourth in the league in rushing with 803 yards so far and averaging just over 100 yards per game.
The Browns are also getting Kareem Hunt back after he served an eight-game suspension. He hasn't played since week 11 of last season but Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens told reporters on Monday he'll "definitely have a role in the offense this week."
Despite the Browns 2-6 record, the Bills aren't overlooking them in fact Micah Hyde even said this is the most talented 2-6 offense he's seen.
Cleveland looks to snap a four-game losing streak while the Bills look for back-to-back wins and improve to 7-2.