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Buffalo Bills Links, 10/15: Buffalo continues revenge tour

Plus, the Bills are getting healthier heading into Monday Night Football.

The Buffalo Bills (4-1) are embarking on the next leg of their revenge tour when they travel to Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans (3-2) on Monday Night Football.

This is the third straight week when Buffalo has played a team that handed the Bills a painful loss over the past two seasons, and so far for the Bills, the revenge has been sweet, with Buffalo defeating the Houston Texans and the Kansas City Chiefs in consecutive weeks.

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by examining whether the Bills can complete the sweep against the Titans.


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Bills continue with revenge tour

First, the Bills dominated the Houston Texans 40-0 to earn a measure of redemption following a painful setback in the 2019 AFC Wild Card game. Then, Buffalo made a statement by dispatching of the Kansas City Chiefs 38-20 in a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship game. Up next: a date with the Tennessee Titans, who embarrassed the Bills 42-16 while handing Buffalo its first loss of the 2020 season.

Bills getting healthier heading into Titans showdown

Linebacker Matt Milano (hamstring) returned to practice and guard Jon Feliciano was a full practice participant, while only special teamer Taiwan Jones sat out Thursday’s practice session as the Bills appear to be getting healthier heading into Week 6.

Cole Beasley’s diminishing role on offense

While wide receiver Cole Beasley has caused a stir off the field with his comments on COVID-19 and the league’s vaccine policies, on the field, he has taken on a smaller role in Brian Daboll’s offense.

Odds and ends

On a loaded offense, many of Buffalo’s top playmakers, including wideouts Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, and Gabriel Davis, have sacrificed their personal stats in the name of team success. Plus, why Micah Hyde has earned the nod as the best free safety to ever suit up for the Bills, why future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees proclaims the Bills to be the best team in the NFL, why cornerback Taron Johnson “wanted to be” in Buffalo, and more!