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    [2022] Week 3 Discussion - Monday Night Football

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    Matchup Preview | November 5, 2018
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    Houston Texans
    (1-1, Away)
      Buffalo Bills
    (2-0, Home)
    Offensive Stats Comparison
    531 Total Offensive Yards 707
    449 Passing Yards 526
    82 Rushing Yards 181
    20 Points Per Game 29.5
    Defensive Stats Comparison
    567 Total Yards Allowed 650
    479 Passing Yards Allowed 588
    88 Rushing Yards Allowed 62
    6 Sacks 10
    3 Interceptions 2
    13.5 Points Per Game 23
    Injury Report
    Robert Fulton
    Hamstring (Probable)
      Josh Shiancoe
    Achilles (Questionable)
    Ben Beckwith
    Foot (Questionable)
      T.J. Harriman
    Foot (Out)
    Richard Jones
    Groin (Probable)
      Nico Renner
    Hamstring (Out)
    Freeman Schubert
    Achilles (Probable)

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    Matt Jones vs the Team that bankrolled his road to Buffalo.


    I feel like we should be favored, but Buffalo would be a popular upset pick. 10 sacks is outstanding no matter who you've played against in this league. And Buffalo actually seems to have an offense so far.


    Houston's defensive performance against Miami will likely have to repeat for me to feel like we can win.

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    Good question prompts. I’d say that NO OLine can hold the Bills off the sack tally. The Texans have a capable pass blocking front, but wish they could do more for the running backs. So, no, I don’t think HOU can handle the Bills front, but that might not mean they won’t win.


    the other question is harder to answer: we haven’t seen the usual “rookie puke” game from Jones yet. Don’t know for a fact we will in this one either, but HOU has enough talent in the secondary to cause some problems.

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