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A first-half offensive surge provided the Buffalo Bills with a 14-point halftime lead, and the team's defense made the margin stand in a, 28-14, victory over the New York Giants Sunday afternoon. Analyst Matt Sabuda believes the Bills defense is again showing that they are among the league's best. Their performance has the team off to a 2-0 start for the first time in five years.


Perceptions of the Buffalo Bills have changed following last week's come-from-behind road victory against the New York Jets. Though they are on the road again Sunday, the Bills are slight favorites over the New York Giants. Analyst Matt Sabuda agrees with the oddsmakers. He thinks quarterback Josh Allen and the Bills offense will be able to move the ball against the Giants poor defense.


While some argue that the Bills new aggressive attitude is behind the team’s penchant for penalties, analyst Matt Sabuda isn’t buying it.


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The Buffalo Bills have set a new record in the team's history, but this time off the field.

It appears wide receiver Sammy Watkins and running back LeSean McCoy will not be in the lineup when the Bills host the New York Giants Sunday. Analyst Matt Sabuda believes the Bills have a chance to overcome the injuries against a suspect Giants defense.