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Buffalo Bills Links, 10/2: Previewing Week 4 vs. Houston

Plus, how that Wild Card loss to the Texans fueled Josh Allen’s run of success.

The Buffalo Bills (2-1) welcome the Houston Texans (1-2) to Highmark Stadium at 1 p.m. EDT Sunday in a Week 4 clash of teams heading in opposite directions. Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by examining the key matchups to watch as the Bills look for their third straight win.


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Matchups to watch, previews and predictions for Week 4

When the Texans come to Orchard Park on Sunday, it will be a reunion for Buffalo’s All-Pro quarterback, Josh Allen, and his former quarterback coach, David Culley. We hear from Culley, who admits he knew Allen would one day be a special quarterback, and we discover how Buffalo’s heartbreaking loss to the Texans in the 2019 Wild Card round fueled Allen’s run of success. We also break down the key matchups to watch, see how the Bills and Texans have gone in vastly different directions since that Wild Card meeting, get game predictions from Bills beat writers, and more!

Jordan Poyer, Jon Feliciano out for Week 4

When the Bills take on the Texans, they will do so without safety Jordan Poyer, who is dealing with an ankle injury, and left guard Jon Feliciano, who suffered a concussion during practice on Wednesday.

How Josh Allen succeeded in windy conditions

Besides earning his seventh AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors, Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen put up gaudy numbers in a 43-21 win over the Washington Football Team, while dealing with gusty winds at Highmark Stadium.

Odds and ends

We examine how linebacker Matt Milano has taken on a more vocal role on defense, learn why wide receiver Stefon Diggs expects to have a breakout game any day now, hear from wideout Emmanuel Sanders on what makes this Bills offense special, relive the career of talented running back LeSean McCoy, and more.