Buffalo cornerback Tre’Davious White tore his right Achilles tendon in Sunday’s 48-20 win over Miami as a three-point home favorite. The seventh-year veteran out of LSU will miss the rest of the season.
In four games this year, White had 12 tackles, two passes broken up, 0.5 tackles for loss and one interception. The 28-year-old White is a two-time Pro-Bowl selection who was a first-team All-Pro in 2019 when he was the NFL’s co-leader in interceptions with six.
He has started all 82 games he’s played in during his career. White only missed three games in his first four seasons in the NFL. However, he missed six regular-season games in 2021 and 11 last year.
For his career, White has 311 tackles, 68 passes broken up, 18 interceptions, 15 TFL’s, five forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries and three sacks.
In seven career postseason contests, White has contributed 32 tackles, five PBU, one forced fumble and one TFL.
On the bright side for Buffalo, DE Von Miller will return to practice this week. Miller is attempting to return from torn ACL suffered on Thanksgiving Day at Detroit last season. The Bills now have a 21-day window in which they can activate him from the PUP list.
DraftKings currently has Buffalo with the fourth-shortest odds (+800) to win the Super Bowl. The Bills are +100 co-favorites with the Dolphins to win the AFC East.
As of early Monday evening, most books had Buffalo listed as a 5.5-point favorite for Sunday’s game vs. Jacksonville in London. The total was 48 points, while the Jaguars were +200 on the money line.