Scout's take: Slowing Josh Allen, booting Ryan Tannehill, Von Miller's moves

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Going from the Giants to the Buffalo Bills as an opponent is an enormous talent leap.

The Bills have a franchise quarterback in Josh Allen, a top-10 wide receiver in Stefon Diggs, a very athletic tight end with Dawson Knox and a solid offensive line.

Titans Receiver Huddle

The only level of the offense that is below league average is their running game, but they have potential with the players in the backfield.

Historically the Bills do not use their run game enough, relying heavily on Allen and his big arm.

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