Tennessee Titans vs Buffalo Bills

Tennessee Titans vs Buffalo Bills : The Tennessee Titans head to the road to take on the reeling Buffalo Bills in Week 5. Here is everything you need to know about the game.The Titans had a tall task last week and rose to the occasion, beating the defending world champion.

Tennessee Titans vs Buffalo Bills

In the midst of an impressive three-game winning streak, the Tennessee Titans will travel north to take on the Buffalo Bills this weekend. Trips to Buffalo and (formerly) Ralph Wilson Stadium have been notorious spots for trap games, but this Titans team doesn’t seem to overlook any opponent and the Bills have really struggled this year.

The Titans have beaten the Jacksonville Jaguars and Philadelphia Eagles in consecutive weeks and own one of the best records in the NFL at 3-1. The Bills dismantled the Minnesota Vikings two weeks ago on the road, but have lost their three other games and sport the second-worst point differential in the league with minus-56.

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Orchard Park, N.Y. — Coming off a 22-0 shutout loss on the road in Green Bay last week, frustrated Buffalo Bills fans will fill New Era Field Sunday in hopes their team can return to form from a Week 3 shocking upset against Minnesota.

In that game, which now seems like a distant memory after watching rookie quarterback Josh Allen get sacked seven times in Green Bay, the Bills offense scored 27 points against a Vikings defense that many believed was Super Bowl quality heading into the season.

The Bills secondary is beat up. Safeties Micah Hyde and Rafael Bush are questionable for Sunday and that could mean rookie Siran Neal will make his first start after playing just seven snaps all season.

Tennessee has won their three games by a combined nine points but a win is a win and they’re bringing a ton of confidence with them into Western New York on Sunday. Quarterback Marcus Mariota threw for 344 yards and a pair of touchdowns last week in a win over the Eagles. The team runs out a tandem of Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis in the backfield and wide receiver Corey Davis seems to be in the midst of a breakout season.