McDermott, Bills eye challenge of stopping Nick Chubb

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) – The Buffalo Bills have a very good defense that has been very injured this season. They’ve also had to face some very, very, VERY good offensive players.

Emphasis on the VERY.

Week 2, the Bills defense was tasked with stopping Derrick Henry, or ‘King Henry’ as he is also known. The Titans’ running back is on track for the Hall of Fame when he retires and is second in the NFL in rushing yards through week 10.

Week 3, it was speedster Tyreek Hill, who Bills fans remember all too well from his Kansas City days. Hill currently leads the league in receiving yards.

One week later, former MVP Lamar Jackson was the guy to stop. Week 6 and 7, two more former MVPs took on the Bills, in Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers. Then last week, it was explosive running back Dalvin Cook.

Now, in week 11, running back Nick Chubb is the latest start to face the Bills. If you’re not familiar with what he’s capable of, Chubb is third in the NFL in rushing yards and leads the league with 11.

“Turn the tape on and you’re impressed,” said Bills head coach Sean McDermott. “He’s as good as there is in the league.”