Uncork the champagne, Bill's Mafia!
The Buffalo Bills remained unbeaten in the preseason Thursday night for the first time in the franchise history, having scored unanswered points in the final of the match by 3-48 against the Minnesota Vikings. 23.
The end result of the game really did not matter, but you would not have guessed it, based on how Bills' sideline responded to some of the big games made late in the game. Here's a summary of what happened on Thursday night.
Tyree Jackson saves the best for last
Tyree Jackson has no chance to create the 53-man squad, but he left the door with his appearance on Thursday open for a practice field. His overall performance was at best average when he played Buffalo's last trip, but he has done enough to put the Bill's against Minnesota in the lead.
Jackson is extremely rude, but his talent and agility give him the chance to make the exercise group of bills.
Eddie Yarbrough stands out
Eddie Yarbrough played like a man obsessed on Thursday night. He had nine duels in the first half (7 solo duels), two of which were lost. He finished the game with a total of 1
Despite impressive performance, Yarbrough is still on the lookout, unless Buffalo plans to reach five defense goals. Nevertheless, Yarbrough has a chance to land elsewhere based on his escape defense.
T.J. Yeldon for sure?
T.J. Yeldon made two impressive preparation appearances after fiddling his second carry in the Bill's first pre-season game. Nevertheless, Yeldon looked like a player stuck in the squad bubble and entering today's game. However, this may not be the case since Buffalo did not play with Yeldon at all in the preseason final. Three, but Yeldon's ability to get the ball out of the game by 2020, and his team-friendly contract could earn him a place on the final list.
Buffalo's biggest injury message came from Brandon Beane when he stood in the third quarter of the game on Thursday night. During that time, Beane revealed that center Mitch Morse was no longer in the concussion protocol and that Tyler Kroft was able to build the 53-man team while continuing to climb from a broken foot.
Eddie Yarbrough continues his performance with ten tackles and his fight for 53-man crew.
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