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John Snyder: Bills 19-14
Low scoring game. St. Louis is the better team but the weather will give the dome team some problem and the Bills will win an ugly game that is now SOLD OUT
Ryan Talbot: Bills 27-19
The Bills win late with a field goal. If Danny Amendola plays, he has a field day on Buffalo, but the defense does enough to keep the Rams out of the end zone.
Robert Quinn: Bills 20-13
I think the Bills will be able to establish the run and control the clock. Rams running back Steven Jackson hasn’t really produced much this year, and the Bills’ run defense is ranked No.1 in the National Football League in recent weeks, which will force Sam Bradford to pass to his unimpressive receiving corps. I think the Bills have been playing solid football lately, and that will continue Sunday against St. Louis.
Bradon Hess: Bills 24-23
The Bills slimmest of playoff hopes are going to come crashing down on them at some point, but I think they’ll dodge the reaper for at least another week. A second straight monster performance from the dynamic duo of CJ Spiller and Fred Jackson, coupled with a late turnover by the Bills defense will be enough to eke out a close one.
Mike Straw: Bills
Mike Bundt: Bills 27-17
The Bills have been hitting their stride defensively the past few weeks. Pair that up with a good offensive effort on Sunday and I expect Buffalo to win by 10+ points.
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