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Buffalo Bills Links, 9/18: Key Week 2 matchups to watch

Plus, how to revive Buffalo’s once-potent offense.

Both the Buffalo Bills (0-1) and Miami Dolphins (0-1) are searching for their first wins of the 2021 NFL season when they square off Sunday afternoon at Hard Rock Stadium. Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by examining the key matchups to watch as Buffalo looks to even its record at 1-1 on this young season.


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Key Week 2 matchups to watch

All-Pro quarterback Josh Allen has shined against the Dolphins so far in his NFL career, going 5-1 while directing Buffalo’s offense to an average of 39 points per game during a five-game winning streak vs. Miami. On Sunday, Allen will look to build upon his solid numbers against the Dolphins, which include accounting for 20 total touchdowns while throwing only four interceptions in six career matchups. Can Allen continue his dominance over the Fish? How will Buffalo’s secondary contain a dangerous group of Dolphins wide receivers? Will Buffalo’s pass rush make life miserable for Tua Tagovailoa? We discuss those questions, address how the Bills can revive their once-explosive offense, and offer up predictions.

Latest injury updates

Defensive tackle Star Lotulelei was a full practice participant on Friday, while wide receiver Gabriel Davis was limited. They are both questionable for the game with the Dolphins, as is defensive end Efe Obada. On the other sideline, Miami will be without wide receiver Will Fuller.

Odds and ends

Is it too soon to be worried about Buffalo’s offensive line following a dismal performance vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers? Plus, will Gabriel Davis see more time on the field, why Davis is a big believer in giving back to the community, examining the details of how the Bills and Sabres COVID-19 vaccines came to be, how you can support Oishei Children’s Hospital and show off your Bills fandom, and more!