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31. Buffalo Bills

With all due respect to the Buffalo Bills, nobody really expected them to compete on Sunday with the Chicago Bears coming to town, whether it was due to how the two teams compared on paper or simply the fact their offense has been a joke. When looking at all of the injuries to the quarterback position, the Bills had no choice other than to go with Nathan Peterman against a very tough Bears’ defense, and as expected, the youngster struggled after finishing the day with three interceptions.

To top the frustration off, Buffalo allowed Chicago to score two defensive touchdowns of their own before going on to cruise for a 41-9 victory. Once again, the Bills are left with more questions on offense than answers, as this team seems to be at least another year or two away from returning to the level of being a contender, which is crazy to think after last season’s surprise success.

Buffalo being held to single-digits in the scoring department in each of their last three games shows what kind of issues this team has been dealing with on offense all season with no signs of improvement anytime soon. After a few more losses, it may be time for the Bills to officially stick a fork in what has been a very disappointing 2018 campaign.