January 25, 2022

NLF Wild Card: Bills Vs. Texans-Why the Bills Win this Game

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NLF Wild Card: Bills Vs. Texans
Why the Bills Win this Game

Buffalo (10-6, 6-2 Away)
Vs. Houston ((10-6, 5-3 Home)
Saturday, January 4 th, 4:35 PM ET
ESPN/ABC NRG Stadium-Houston, Texas
Line Americasbookie: HOU -3, O/U 43.5

The Buffalo Bills have come a very long way since they last played a playoff game in Houston. As a matter of fact, they have fallen off the deep end first, and have found their way back through the dredges of the NFL playoff-missing-abyss. 1995 was the last time the Bills won a playoff game and to
make matters worse, the Bills were the longest-running franchise between the NFL, the NHL, the NBA, and the MLB, to miss the playoffs – not making them until 2017.

Their last Playoff victory cam against the Miami Dolphins that featured four turnovers from Dan Marino and over 340 rushing yards in the game. Steve Tasker racked up 108-yard receiving! It was an epic performance but that was then and here we are today. What you must do is call the online bookie right now and get in for the many great prop options that are available for this game.
We admit the Bills don’t come into this game looking that special after losing their last two games of the regular season (the Jets being one of them). On December 21 st , the Bills took on the Patriots in New
England and played well for most of the game. The key to beating New England is playing mistake-free football and that didn’t happen. The problem with games such as New England is the “we already made
the playoffs factor”.

There was reason to play for Buffalo as they went in needing two straight wins to win the AFC East. It didn’t happen, however, it was a concerted effort.
The Bills have lost three of their last five and all three losses were quality teams, yes, even the Jets. The Jets defense is much improved over the course of the last two seasons and they are a player or two from
contending. Yes, we said contending. We can make a case for the Jets as a quality team.

The other two losses came to New England and Baltimore with each loss going to the wire. Their two wins were against Pittsburgh and Dallas (two teams that are not going to the playoffs). We don’t care about that statistic.

The Texans have won three of their last five games, however, their two losses came by way of Denver and Tennessee. Their wins came against Tampa, Tennessee, and New England. Obviously, their one
quality win was against the Patriots. (Even a squirrel finds a nut every now and then).

The Texans are not what everyone had hoped and we feel they are simply not there yet. Watson has a great future in front of him and it’s safe to say he probably outduels Allen in yards passing. What we like
is Buffalos shutdown defense and we think it checks the Texans for no more than 17-points.

We like the Bills to surprise the Texans in Houston. Call the bookie, ask for a bonus, and get the money in for a great game.

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