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Buffalo Bills Links, 10/18: Game Night vs. Titans!

Plus, how Ed Oliver is fueling a rejuvenated Bills run defense.

Are you ready for some football? The Buffalo Bills (4-1) return to primetime for the second straight week in Week 6, traveling to Nashville for a showdown with the Tennessee Titans (3-2).

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by dissecting what the Titans defense has done to contain All-Pro quarterback Josh Allen over their last three meetings, and then breaks down the key matchups to watch on Monday Night Football.


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Breaking down Buffalo vs. Tennessee

A deep dive into how the Tennessee Titans have contained Josh Allen during the last three meetings. Plus, we discus what Buffalo’s defense needs to do to hold star running back Derrick Henry in check, break down the key matchups to watch, get predictions for the game from Buffalo beat writers, learn why Buffalo is fully healthy heading into this Monday Night Football showdown, and information on how to watch and follow along with the game from home.

Ed Oliver and Tyler Bass are on the rise

Ed Oliver’s improved play is keying a rejuvenated Buffalo run defense, which will be put to the test against the Titans. Plus, we learn why kicker Tyler Bass is playing with more confidence, address whether wide receiver Cole Beasley’s disappearing act from Buffalo’s offense becomes a distraction, and learn how Micah Hyde, Jordan Poyer, Tre’Davious White, Levi Wallace and Taron Johnson have developed into the NFL’s best secondary.

Odds and ends

Relive how Buffalo pulled off the greatest comeback in NFL history, rallying from a 35-3 second-half deficit to knock off the Houston Oilers in the 1992 NFL playoffs. Plus, why Sunday was not a good day for the rest of the AFC East, the latest news on a new Bills stadium, and how passionate Bills fans from Canada found a way into Bills home games despite a closed border between the United States and Canada.