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Bills Links , 10/7: Week 5 game day edition The Buffalo Bills return to New Era Field with a 1:00 PM EST kick-off against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon. get ready for the game, including game previews and roster updates. Be sure to check back with Buffalo Rumblings for all of the updates leading up to kick-off.Titans at Bills: Sal's keys, notes and stats | WGR 550 SportsRadioTitans come to Buffalo red-hotBills-Titans in NFL Week 5: TV channel, time, live stream information | The game kicks off at 1 p.m. on Sunday.Bills Today: Playing 'together as one' the plan to stop Mariota - BuffaloBills.comHere's the news of note for Oct. 7th.Around the NFL: Bills-Titans game predictions - BuffaloBills.comCan the Bills win their second consecutive game against Tennessee? National media make their choice in this week's game predictions.[BN] Blitz newsletter: Can the Bills get back in the win column against Titans? – The Buffalo News"The Bills haven't scored in their last 1 hour, 36 minutes and 16 seconds of football. They hope to end that steak shortly after Sunday's 1 p.m. kickoff against the Titans."With injury concerns at safety, Bills promote Marlowe to 53-man roster | WGR 550 SportsRadioDean Marlowe promoted to the active roster with Micah Hyde and Rafael Bush questionable for Sunday's matchup with the TitansWith Marcus Mariota, Titans offer Bills a blueprint in how to build around Josh Allen – The Buffalo News"But today, a quarter of the way through his fourth season , the Titans (3-1) are tied for first place in the AFC South, are tied for the second-best record in the conference and are feeling pretty good about themselves after defeating the reigning Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles last weekend in overtime." (Subscription required.)Bills Film Room: Here comes Matt LaFleur’s sophisticated Titans offense – The AthleticMatt LaFleur, the Tennessee Titans' new offensive coordinator, knows how to manipulate defensive coverages. His game plan could be a headache for the hobbled Bills secondary. (Subscription required.)Featured on Buffalo RumblingsBuffalo Bills sign safety Dean Marlowe from practice squad, release TE Khari Lee - Buffalo RumblingsThe Bills made a roster move before Saturday’s game.Chicken wing pulled barbecue chicken recipe for Buffalo Bills vs. Tennessee Titans - Buffalo RumblingsWe transport your taste buds to Nashville with a winged up take on BBQ pulled chickenBills Links, 10/6: Can Josh Allen bounce back against the Titans? - Buffalo RumblingsThe Bills look to get back on track in week 5 at New Era Field After gutting out a 13-12 victory over the Tennessee Titans, the Buffalo Bills find themselves with a 2-3 overall record. While not ideal by any means, the team’s record is much better than the 0-5 many felt the team would attain through the season’s first five games.Most power rankings reflect the thought that the Bills are among the league’s worst teams, even though they have more wins than some other clubs that many outlets rank ahead of them at this time. The Bills are almost universally ranked as the worst of the league’s two-win teams heading into Week 6.ESPN has the Bills at number 29 this week , which is up two spots from their rankings last week. The New York Giants (28), Indianapolis Colts (26), and Atlanta Falcons (19) all have one victory, yet the Worldwide Leader currently has them ranked ahead of the two-win Bills. Giving Bills’ fans a glimmer of hope is Buffalo’s projected strength-of-schedule over the next 11 games, which is 30th out of 32 teams. The MMQB ranks Buffalo 29th, also behind the Colts (28), Giants (24), and Falcons (16). That boosts Buffalo one spot from last week. They provide a pretty crazy statistic, as the Bills have allowed an average of 9 points per game in their two wins , but an average of 33 points per game in their 3 losses. Obviously the latter number is blown up by the 47-3 debacle against the Baltimore Ravens to open the season, but it’s still a jarring split.SB Nation also had the Bills moving up one spot on their list, except they moved from 31st to 30th this week. The biggest jump was on the list at The Sporting News, where Buffalo went from 29th to 25th. Vinnie Iyer wrote that “The Bills’ toughness and scrappiness are evident with Josh Allen matching the hard-nosed physicality of the defense.”While the Bills moved up three spots in the USA Today power rankings, jumping from 31st all the way to 28th, the report came with a depressing statistic. Reporter Nate Davis wondered how Josh Allen has managed to engineer two wins, as “no quarterback has been sacked more (19) and none has a worse passer rating (60.4).” The Associated Press did put Buffalo ahead of all the 1-4 teams, notching them at 26. The Bills are the worst-rated 2-3 team but have moved up from the 30th spot a week ago.

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