Buffalo Bills fans are afraid of this in tonight’s game in Los Angeles

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Today is the big day – the 2022 regular season has finally arrived for the Buffalo Bills.

The Bills will play the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium tonight at 8:25 p.m. This is the NFL’s annual Thursday night kickoff game, which usually favors the home team, as they are the Super Bowl champions and will be raising the banner during the pregame.

The Bills are the trending choice to win the Super Bowl this season and it’s thanks to the incredible roster that general manager Brandon Beane has compiled.

Josh Allen is the number one key to winning it all this season and the playoffs, but fans are a little worried that cornerback Tre’Davious White will miss the first four games (at least) of the season. White was put on reserve/PUP last week.

That means the starting outside corners for tonight’s game will be third-year cornerback Dane Jackson and rookies Kaiir Elam and Christian Benford, who defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier said will both see action in a starting role.

Taron Johnson will be the nickel corner and will likely be asked to cover star receiver Cooper Kupp, however, new Rams addition Allen Robinson will see a lot of Dane Jackson, which is worrying for Bills Mafia.

The silver lining for the Bills secondary is that Rams wide receiver Van Jefferson will not play in tonight’s game.

The Bills’ young secondary against Kupp and Robinson is something fans should watch closely.

Another thing that Bills fans may worry about is the holding duties of new punter Sam Martin.

Martin was signed to replace Matt Araiza last week, and while he’s been a reliable starter his entire career in Detroit and Denver, he’s only been with kicker Tyler Bass for just over a week at training.

We’re just hours away from the Bills 2022 Week 1 game.

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