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Here are the QCS Staff predictions for Sunday’s matchup featuring the Buffalo Bills and Houston Texans:
Mike Straw: Houston 45-10
The Texans are the class of the AFC and should have no problem walking over the lowly Bills. The season is starting to tailspin for Buffalo, and this will just be another branch, or even log, that they hit on the way down.
Ryan Talbot: Texans 38-13
Mike Bundt: Texans 38-21
The Texans will have no problem scoring a ton of points on the Bills weak defense. However, if the Bills trail by a lot early, I expect to see them pass a lot to try and get back into the contest, leading them to score some points.
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