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Buffalo Bills Links, 10/7: Bills preparing for hostile atmosphere in KC

Plus, how LB Tremaine Edmunds is enjoying a breakout start to the 2021 season.

The Buffalo Bills (3-1) are treating Sunday night’s showdown with the Kansas City Chiefs (2-2) as just another game, but whether they want to admit it or not, this rematch of last year’s AFC Championship game is Buffalo’s biggest game so far this year, representing a huge test for these Bills.

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off with how the Bills are preparing to enter a hostile environment in Kansas City, and why, in a matchup of All-Pro quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen, the running games could determine who emerges with a win.


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All eyes on rematch with Kansas City

While the rest of the football world is hyping up Sunday’s Week 5 showdown vs. the Chiefs, the Bills are going about their business as if this is just another game. We learn how the Bills are preparing to handle the hostile environment in Kansas City, hear from wide receiver Stefon Diggs, quarterback Josh Allen, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and more players leading up to the game, find out why the running games of both Kansas City and Buffalo could determine who wins, and more.

LB Matt Milano sits, S Jordan Poyer, CB Taron Johnson return

Heading into the Sunday night showdown with the Chiefs, the Bills practiced Wednesday without linebacker Matt Milano, who is nursing a hamstring injury. Safety Jordan Poyer and cornerback Taron Johnson returned while cornerback Tre’Davious White was limited with a shoulder ailment.

LB Tremaine Edmunds earns weekly honor

After making a team-high six tackles and coming away with his first interception of the season, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds was honored as the AFC Defensive Player of the Week.

Odds and ends

We go to the tape to see what allowed rookie offensive lineman Spencer Brown to excel in his first career start, see where the Bills land in the latest NFL power rankings, hear from one sports marketing executive with prior experience on new stadiums on how the Bills can build a new home that fits in Buffalo, and more.