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In week one, Josh Allen became the only player to have at least three career games with 250 or more passing yards, three or more passing touchdowns, fifty or more rushing yards, and a rushing touchdown since only three teams in the NFL had black people on them. The Bills hung on to their spot as number one in the power rankings, and they did so with ease. Buffalo came out swinging in the first half like a street fighter off PCP, with a seventy-five-yard touchdown drive in which Josh Allen reminded everyone why a lifelike poster of his body is in every boy’s bedroom west of Albany. The Bills’ defense shut down a Rams offense that won the Super Bowl last year, and they did so without Tre’Davious White and Ed Oliver (after the third quarter). Stefon Diggs had eight receptions for 122 receiving yards- while being guarded by Jalen Ramsey. In the third quarter, Josh Allen had a stiff arm on Rams defender Nick Scott that was so emasculating that the guy will no longer need a vasectomy when his wife wasn’t him to snip-snip. The Bills are who we thought they were, and the expectations are realistic.
The Titans looked so ugly in week one I wouldn’t even drunkenly swipe-right on them. The good news is that they’re a much better team than what we saw last Sunday. In Sunday’s loss, the Titans ran nineteen plays on second/third down and less than five; Derrick Henry got the ball on two of those plays. This means eighteen of Henry’s twenty-one carries came on first and ten+- that’s a recipe for disaster. Everyone and their mother knows that Tennessee will feed their best player the ball on first down. If they want to win, they can’t make it so hard on him. Mike Vrabel has to mix things up, especially if he wants to stay in arm’s reach of the Bills. The Titan’s defense has the ammo to compete with Buffalo’s. Their pass rush puts more pressure on a quarterback than a first-generation Asian American puts on their kid around ACT time, and the secondary has the pieces to be elite. We just haven’t seen it yet. Vegas likes the Bills -9.5, and while I think Buffalo will win, the Titans can easily cover. Mike Vrabel is a competent coach who will be watching more film this week than Roger Ebert in the mid-’90s. Take the Bills to win, the Titans to cover, and be sure to bet with Bet365!