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Buffalo Bills’ Public Enemy In Week 3: New York Jets’ David Harris

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New York Jets linebacker David Harris has been a lean-mean-tackling machine since coming into the league in 2007. He has played like a madman at the inside linebacker position. Harris can shut down a great deal of plays that would normally break for long runs. Harris also has had 3.5 sacks in his career versus the Buffalo Bills.

That being said, if there’s a player who can make Harris look foolish, it’s Bills running back C.J. Spiller, and he did just that last year in the last game of the season as he had 72 yards on two catches, including a 66-yard screen pass where he was untouched. Spiller makes the majority of the league look extremely foolish and not to mention slow once he gets into open space. Another player that needs to emerge from his quiet spell is tight end Scott Chandler who can out-muscle Harris as he has five inches in height and about 30 pounds in weight on him, as this would be a great week to go off and come back as the big weapon that Bills fans have known and loved over the next two years.

If Harris can shut down Spiller, the Bills could be in for a long day down at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey as he is the main person that scores from seemingly anywhere on the football field. All in all, it should be an interesting divisional matchup between rivals.

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