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Buffalo Bills Links, 9/25: Why Buffalo should commit to the run vs. Washington

Plus, what Josh Allen needs to do to get back on track

The Buffalo Bills (1-1) and Washington Football Team (1-1) will meet Sunday at 1 p.m. EDT in a Week 3 showdown at Highmark Stadium. Leading off today’s edition of the Bills daily links, we discuss why offensive coordinator Brian Daboll should commit to the run to neutralize Washington’s talented front four.


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Why Buffalo should commit to the run and other Week 3 thoughts

Our Week 3 preview begins by examining the importance of getting Devin Singletary, Zack Moss, Josh Allen and the ground game going to counter Washington’s talented edge rushers Chase Young and Montez Sweat. We also discuss what Allen can do to enjoy a bounce-back game against the Football Team, explore whether this is the week Allen and the offense get back on track, analyze what Greg Rousseau, Jerry Hughes, A.J. Epenesa and the defense need to do to make Taylor Heinicke uncomfortable, and more.

LB Matt Milano, CB Taron Johnson excelling on D

After signing a contract extension in the offseason, investing in linebacker Matt Milano is paying off so far through two weeks. Plus, why cornerback Taron Johnson has developed into a defensive playmaker in his fourth season, and how a dominant defensive line is fueling a stingy defense.

Odds and ends

We discuss why now seems like the right time to give defensive end A.J. Epenesa more playing time, examine if there’s a role in the offense for speedster Matt Breida, learn how Bills owners Kim and Terry Pegula are planning to sell personal seat licenses to offset their costs of a new stadium, and find out why Canadian Bills fans are prevented from cheering on their favorite team at home this year.