By Anthony R Wood
When the Houston Texans and Buffalo Bills meet this Sunday at 12:00 p.m. Central at NRG Stadium, it will be a match-up of two of the worst offensive lines in pro football.
So far this season, the Texans’ offensive line has allowed 18 sacks, joint fourth-most in the NFL. Meanwhile, the Bills have managed to record an astounding 22 sacks in just five outings, a league high.
However, while Bills quarterback Josh Allen has taken more sacks, he ultimately has the last laugh as Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has taken a league-leading 53 hits to date, 20 more than this weekend’s rivals.
While both quarterbacks would greatly appreciate a week to recuperate from these continuous beatings, it’s safe to say that this is certainly not the game for that.
Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has returned to his dominant form. Leading the league with 6.0 sacks, he has been a nightmare for offensive lines these past few week’s in particular, picking up an AFC Defensive Player of the Month award along the way.
In comparison, the Bills have fellow defensive end Jerry Hughes at their disposal, who has 3.0 sacks and two forced fumbles to his...