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Buffalo Bills Links, 10/4: Bills blank Texans

Recapping Buffalo’s second shutout in the last three weeks.

The Buffalo Bills (3-1) thoroughly dominated the Houston Texans (1-3) en route to a 40-0 victory on a rainy Sunday at Highmark Stadium.

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links recaps the good (how about that suffocating defense, the tenacious pass rush, the ground game, and Tyler Bass!) and the bad (red zone offense, Josh Allen’s first pass of the day, Matt Milano leaving with a hamstring injury) from Buffalo’s second shutout victory in the last three weeks.


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Recapping Buffalo’s 40-0 shellacking of the Texans

Read the game recaps describing how Buffalo managed to hold the Texans to eight first-half yards of offense and less than 100 total yards of offense while forcing five turnovers (four interceptions and a fumble) in becoming the first team since the 2000 Baltimore Ravens to post two shutouts in the first four weeks.

Position grades, report cards, observations from win over Houston

We grade the Bills after their shutout win over the Texans, the worst loss in Houston franchise history. We give out game balls to the rushing attack (Devin Singletary, Zack Moss, Josh Allen and co. combined to rush for 199 yards on 40 carries), Dawson Knox (two more receiving touchdowns), the defense (interceptions for Tremaine Edmunds, Micah Hyde, Jaquan Johnson, and Tyler Matakevich plus sacks for Carlos “Boogie” Basham Jr. and Star Lotulelei), and more! Plus, we break down the plays that shaped the game and share the biggest takeaways from Buffalo’s third straight win.

Blanking Houston is nice...but Bills will get big test vs. Chiefs

It’s never too early to shift focus to Buffalo’s huge Week 5 clash vs. the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football.

Odds and ends

Tight end Dawson Knox is raising money to help pediatric cancer patients, LeBron James weighs in on the greatness of Josh Allen, and Erie County makes an investment in Highmark Stadium.