By Rich Kowalski
In order for the Buffalo Bills to circle the wagons of the Houston Texans and somehow become miraculously a .500 football team, they’ll need to do quite a few things. It won’t be impossible for the Bills to walk out of NRG Stadium with a victory but it won’t be easy.
Buffalo comes to Houston after a last-second field goal by Stephen Hauschka pushed the Bills past the Tennesee Titans in Week 5. Buffalo’s defense looked consistent for nearly the entire game and gave the Bills’ weak offense a chance to win.
The Texans will host Josh Allen and Buffalo after back-to-back overtime wins. In both games, Houston relied heavily on the arm of second-year quarterback Deshaun Watson.
Let’s take a look at three keys to a Bills win over the Texans in Week 6.
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So far in 2018, the Houston Texans have placed much of their offense on the shoulders of Deshaun Watson. Watson has had over 40 passing attempts in his last three games and has gone 2-1 in that stretch, with two overtime wins. He’s also thrown for over 300 yards in each of his last four starts. Not bad for a guy who went down early last year with a torn...