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Buffalo Bills Links, 9/24: Previewing Week 3 vs. Washington

Plus, the latest injury news on Star Lotulelei and Levi Wallace.

The Buffalo Bills (1-1) host the Washington Football Team (1-1) Sunday at 1 p.m. EDT at Highmark Stadium, with the Bills searching for their first home win of the season. Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off by examining the key matchups to watch when Buffalo squares off vs. Washington, including another big test for the Bills’ offensive line, which must find a way to contain talented edge rushers Chase Young and Montez Sweat.


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Previewing Week 3 vs. Washington

Identifying the key matchups to watch as Buffalo hosts Washington in Week 3, including whether Josh Allen and the offense will start connecting on more big plays, how Buffalo’s offensive line will hold up against Chase Young and Montez Sweat, why Buffalo’s revamped defensive line has an edge against Washington’s remade offensive line, and more. Plus, how Buffalo defensive coordinator/assistant head coach Leslie Frazier persuaded his former Chicago Bears teammate Ron Rivera to get into coaching and all of the ways to watch Sunday’s game at home.

Bills injury updates

The Bills got good news on the injury front concerning defensive tackle Star Lotulelei, while cornerback Levi Wallace took a step backwards in his quest to play vs. Washington.

Taron Johnson discusses the fast start from Buffalo’s defense

The Bills cornerback gives credit to the defense’s continuity for its successful start to the season, while Johnson is developing into a defensive playmaker in his fourth season.

Odds and ends

We discuss what to make of Allen’s slow start through the first two weeks, examine why defensive end A.J. Epenesa’s fast start is no fluke, hear from wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders on why the only stat he cares about is wins and losses, explore whether the Bills should pursue cornerback Richard Sherman to bolster their banged up secondary, and more!