Buffalo Bills: Predicting the 2015 season (Part four)


We predict the Buffalo Bills results for their final four games of the 2015 season

With the final roster cuts made, the talking is (mostly) over for the Buffalo Bills and the rest of the NFL. Now it’s time for everyone to show what they can do on the field.

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Optimism is at its highest in Western New York for 10 years, and rightly so. The Bills have arguably their best roster since they last made the playoffs in 1999.

Of course, a lot of what they do will depend on the type of performance they get from behind center. Tyrod Taylor currently has the keys to the offence, but it remains to be seen how than pans out.

With the Bills home opener less than a week away, we thought we’d have some fun predicting their results for the 2015 campaign. In the last installment of a four-part series, we look at games 13-to-16 of the new season, and give our thoughts on what Buffalo’s record will be.

(Click here for part one of our Bills 2015 season predictions.)

(Click here for part two of our Bills 2015 season predictions.)

(Click here for part three of our Bills 2015 season predictions.)

You can guarantee this is the one game <strong><a href=. (Loss: 8-5). Previous: . Philadelphia Eagles. 13. team. 54

123. As long as everything goes to plan (in respect of my predictions), this is the game that will make or break the Bills season. It doesn’t get much better than playing America’s team at home, with a realistic shot at making the playoffs.<p>The Cowboys will more than likely be in the hunt for a postseason spot themselves. What concerns me about this one, is the weapons at their disposal. Regardless of how good the Bills defense is, they’re going to have their hands full with <strong><a href=. (Loss: 9-6). Previous: . Dallas Cowboys. 15. team

Really, this is how it should finish – Rex Ryan coaching against his former team, with a playoff spot on the line. While I expect the Jets will be better than last season, they’ll still finish the 2015 campaign at the bottom of the AFC East.<p>As such, similar to the Redskins game, it’s up to the Bills to take advantage of this opportunity. Of course, there is the danger that a Jets team with nothing to lose, will play without any pressure, motivated to beat their former head coach. Regardless, Buffalo will secure their 10th victory of the season, and then be left waiting on other results from around the league, to see if they have qualified for the postseason.</p>. (Win: 10-6). Previous: . New York Jets. 16. team. 30

So there you have it – at the end of the season, I predict the Bills record will be 10-6. However, in true Buffalo sports style, I still expect them to somehow just miss out on a playoff spot.

What do you expect the Bills record to be this season? Do you think they’ll make the playoffs? Let us know via the poll or the comments section below. And as per the options, Buffalo will not go winless or unbeaten.

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