Tennessee Titans

Sunday's game between the Buffalo Bills and the Tennessee Titans features two of the top defensive units at this stage in the NFL season. As analyst Matt Sabuda points out, the Titans are giving up an average of 16 points per game, the fourth-best mark in the league. The Bills are second in the NFL in allowing 281 yards per game. If the Bills can avoid a letdown after last week's close loss to the Patriots, Sabuda believes they can come away with a win on Sunday.


It was a sloppy, ugly win, says analyst Matt Sabuda of the Buffalo Bills's 13-12 victory over the Tennessee Titans Sunday, but the result is important for a young team trying to build an identity. In holding the Titans to 221 total yards and forcing three turnovers, the Bills' defense may be exceeding expectations. The other side of the ball is a different story as the offense, including rookie quarterback Josh Allen, is showing few signs of improvement.


After four regular season games, rookie Josh Allen has given Bills fans reason for hope (two touchdown runs against the Vikings) and for concern (two interceptions, seven sacks at Green Bay). Analyst Matt Sabuda expects fans to be patient for the near future, but a solid performance this Sunday against the Tennessee Titans is needed for the Bills to come away with a victory.


Coming off a disappointing loss to the New York Giants, the Bills (2-2) hit the road looking for a win Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. "The Bills really need to get off to a good start without sloppy play calling and execution," said analyst Matt Sabuda on WBFO's Beyond the Playbook.


Buffalo Bills

On Saturday, the Buffalo Bills took home offensive lineman Gabe Ikard off waivers from the Tennessee Titans.