1.) The game will come down to the wire
This has been the theme the last three weeks for the Bills. In Week 6 against the New York Giants, it came down to an incomplete lob pass from Tyrod Taylor inside the two-yard line for the Bills to get the win.
In Week 7 against the New England Patriots, the Bills took their first lead of the game with under two minutes left in the game just to give it back to the Patriots with 12 seconds left on the clock and eventually leave New England with a loss. Then last week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Baker Mayfield chucked up a hail mary pass in which if Chris Godwin had turned his head a slight second sooner, it could have been potentially caught and would have given the Buccaneers a walk-off win.
This game against the Bengals could turn into one of those games, whether the ball is in Allen or Burrow’s hands. While the Bills should not be getting themselves into that type of predicament, it adds more of a thriller to close out the week and it is just a hope of whether or not the Bills can come out on top.