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Buffalo Bills Links, 10/16: Matchups to watch vs. Titans

Plus, will linebacker Matt Milano return to action in Week 6?

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Last week, the Buffalo Bills’ defense had to game plan for the pass-heavy scheme of the reigning AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs. This week, the challenge is much different, as Buffalo has the unenviable challenge of containing talented Titans’ running back Derrick Henry.

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by examining the key matchups to watch as the Bills (4-1) seek their fifth straight win during a Week 6 Monday Night Football clash vs. the Tennessee Titans (3-2).

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Key matchups to watch vs. Titans

The Buffalo Bills received some good news on the injury front, as linebacker Matt Milano (hamstring) continued to practice leading up to the Monday Night Football clash with the Titans. We discuss whether Milano will be back in action in Week 6, address how the Bills can game plan to contain talented Titans running back Derrick Henry, sort through the log jam at defensive line, offer up score predictions, tell you how to watch and stream the game at home, and more!

Taron Johnson making his mark on Bills’ D

Nickel cornerback Taron Johnson is proving that he’s more than just a pick-six producing machine while giving assistant head coach/defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier another playmaker to deploy on defense.

Dawson Knox on his breakout season

Heading into the 2021 season, the Bills were banking on one of the best wide receiver groups in the league—headlined by All-Pros Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley, talented veteran Emmanuel Sanders and emerging second-year pro Gabriel Davis—but they’ve received outstanding production from tight end Dawson Knox, who is on pace to break Buffalo’s single-season records for receiving yards and touchdowns by a tight end.

Odds and ends

Center Mitch Morse shares how the Bills’ offensive line has been able to gel this year, Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre and future Hall of Famer Drew Brees share why the Bills are in a good place for sustained success, Bills Mafia is bringing the tables to Nashville, and more!