The key to stopping Jags' QB Chad Henne
Through the past two weeks, the Jacksonville Jaguars have been rejuvenated on offense mostly due to the play of quarterback Chad Henne.
In two games, Henne has thrown for 615 yards, six touchdowns as opposed to just one interception. Even more important, the Jaguars won last week and came quite close to pulling a major upset on the road in Houston during an overtime loss.
"Henne, if you can't get him off the spot or you're not in his face, he's always been able to make good throws, makes good decisions," said Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams. "That goes a long way for an offense."
With the way the Bills defensive line has been playing, maybe that ideology will work. However, it's easier said than done, and Williams made sure to say that there's a whole lot more that goes in to it.
"Yeah, what you've got to try to make him move, get him off the spot. But number one we have to stop the run," he said. "You get in 3rd-and-3 and 3rd-and-4 down situations, that's no good for you. If we can get up and win on first and second down, get him in some longer spots where we can get him off the spot and get off the field it'll be better."
With Henne at the helm, the Jaguars have posted a whopping 61 points over the past two weeks. They take on the Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday.
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