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On Sunday the Buffalo Bills (3-4) will travel to the No. 1 team in the AFC, the Houston Texans (6-1). Buffalo actually leads the all-time series 2-3 which includes two victories in Houston, but history will not be on the Bills' side.Both teams are coming off of a bye week and in very different shape. Houston trounced Baltimore before the bye, 43-13, and picked up a two-game lead on the overall second-ranked AFC Ravens.While Buffalo is coming off a gut-wrenching one point loss to Tennessee at home 35-34. Buffalo is a team many people thought were going to improve from last season and contend for a wild card, but have been disappointing on both sides of the ball.Although, despite the 3-4 record, they are not out of wild card contention yet as they currently hold the 10th seed with Oakland (3-4), San Diego (4-4), and Pittsburgh (4-3) ahead of them. While Indianapolis (4-3) and Miami (4-3) have the sixth and fifth seeds respectively.However, Buffalo has an extremely difficult oppo...
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The Houston Texans finally take the field Sunday against the Buffalo Bills with both teams coming off their bye weeks. Now that the rest and recuperation is over with, let’s back to football and this week’s key matchup.
One of the areas in which the Texans undoubtedly spent significant time improving the last two weeks was the continuity along the offensive line. Nobody would...
The Houston Texans are back at the game of football and are heading into the halfway point of the NFL season. The opponent this week is none other than the Buffalo Bills and the return of Mario Williams to Reliant. Williams will take the headlines but there are other Bills’ players that the Texans will need to watch for.
The Bills may be streaky at times but they boast a potent...
The Texans are getting a lot of buzz for the Super Bowl. How will this team respond? Can they stay heathy? There is still a long way to go this season.
Denver at Cincinnati - The Boncos and Peyton Manning have things rolling now on both sides of the ball. Don't forget that the Broncos played great defense and special teams last season and they were able to run...
Last season, Owen Daniels thought he had finally returned to the player he was before tearing a knee ligament in 2009.
After comparing film from then and now, the Houston Texans tight end realizes he wasn't quite there yet.
Now that he really has returned to form, Daniels has re-emerged as of the top tight ends in the NFL, and gives the Texans' powerful offense another...
The AFC leading Houston Texans have been perhaps the most balanced team in the NFL all season.The Texans have surged to a 6-1 record as we approach the seasons midway point, and will look to continue their dominance in the second half. The Texans currently hold a one game lead over the Ravens for home field advantage throughout the playoffs, and hold the tiebreaker after beating...
Houston Texans' running back Justin Forsett will be the backup for Arian Foster in Week 9 against Buffalo. Ben Tate is not expected to be active due to a hamstring injury.Fantasy Spin:The Bills' run defense is the worst in the league and Arian Foster will likely have a big day, but even in limited attempts, Forsett might have some low-end value.
It's the middle of the season, which means it's time hand out the major awards.
Most Valuable Player: Matt Ryan -- Quarterback -- Atlanta Falcons
History tells us that the MVP goes to the best player on the best team in the league. Makes sense, and there's no argument against that logic. Well, with that logic, let's look at the best team in the league: the Falcons...
Houston Texans RB Arian Foster should have a huge game against a Bills defense that has yet to stop the run this season.
Fresh off the bye week in what could turn out to be the best season in the history of the team the Houston Texans go up against the Buffalo Bills in the return of the Texans 2006 1st overall pick Mario Williams. Williams who became the highest paid defensive player...
Buffalo: The Bills come out of their bye week with a chance to pull within a game of the AFC East leading New England Patriots, who are on bye this week. The only problem is that the Bills will have to beat the Houston Texans this week to do it.The Texans sit at 6-1, and own the No. 3 defense in the entire league in yardage allowed per game. Unfortunately for Ryan Fitzpatrick and...
Though no one has run the ball more often than the AFC-leading Houston Texans, coach Gary Kubiak is looking for better production from his backfield.
Houston should be able to find plenty of running room Sunday against the league's worst rush defense.
With both teams coming off byes, the Texans will surely look to get their ground game going against the Buffalo Bills, who are...
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams told FOX 26 Sports that he never wanted to become a free agent and leave the Texans.
“I didn’t want to enter free agency in the first place, but it was a one-way door given to me by the GM to leave Houston, ” Williams said. “I want the fans there to know entering free agency was not my decision.”
Williams says he’s excited about...