Chances are good this is going to be a low-scoring affair, and the Rams aren’t exactly an offensive powerhouse.
With that being said, if the Bills can score a couple of early touchdowns like they did against the Cardinals and Patriots, the Rams will struggle mightily to come back.
Rex Ryan has this defense clicking on all cylinders and I have a tough time imagining the Los Angeles offense getting much going. The Rams average 15.8 points per game, which is third-worst in the NFL, and have only scored in the double-digits once this season. If the Bills can get out to a double-digit lead in the first quarter, the Rams won’t be able to recover.
Newly-acquired wide receiver Justin Hunter expects to be active Sunday and could be the Bills secret weapon.
It’s likely the Rams have little to no tape on Hunter, and there’s no denying he has the skill to succeed, he just has to put it all together. Hunter told BuffaloBills.com that he’s eager for an opportunity Sunday.
"“I’m very eager,” Hunter said. “Coming at it with a great mindset. Coming in like I’m ready to play. They told me I was going to be able to play this week and that’s how I’m just taking it.”"
Prediction: Bills 24, Rams 10
This is one of those games that the Buffalo Bills are supposed to win.
Facing a below-average 3-1 Rams team, Buffalo has more talent on both sides of the ball and has an opportunity to dominate once again.
You never like it when a team travels across the country to play a game, but Buffalo has enough talent to get the job done.
The Bills have an opportunity to win three straight games for the first time since 2011. They have what it takes to do it, now they just have to get the job done.