Bills Host Titans Again in Lone October Home Game
The Bills in the middle of an interesting stretch as they prepare for Sunday's game with the Tennessee Titans. Starting with the trip to San Francisco, the Bills have just one home game over a six week span.
This weekend's game at the Ralph is it until Thursday, November 15th when they host Miami. A win over the Titans would be move the Bills over .500, with the team then hitting the bye week followed by games in Houston and New England.
"We got everyone in the division at 3-3," wide receiver Stevie Johnson said. "We want to get this win and then go into the bye week and then come back for the rest of the schedule. We have two tough - actually they are all tough - this is going to be a big week to get that W."
"Every game has added emphasis with the position we are in and our fate being in our hands," said Mario Williams. "Every game is key regardless of if it is home or away. You have to win on the road, so that is one thing. We definitely have to be able to tighten it up and go get W’s on the road."
For the second year in row, the Bills will host the Titans. This year, the Bills come in at 3-3, while the Titans come in at 2-4, but are coming off a huge win over Pittsburgh in Week Six.
When they met last season, the Bills were in the midst of that downward spiral that saw them drop seven straight games. Against the Titans, the Bills were mounting a late comeback but lost 23-17. A few things have changed, but not much.
"There are some different people in there now than maybe were in there last year," quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said. "A lot of the same people, same scheme, and the one thing you know when you play them, is they are going to be able to create pressure with their front four by the way that they fly around and play up there. That is something that we will have to manage."