The final player that might be flying under-the-radar but could make a big impact is safety Micah Hyde. Last week against the Bucs, the Bills had Jordan Poyer playing more in the box almost as a third linebacker and it wouldn't be surprising to see more of that this week against the Bengals.
This will leave Hyde deep and responsible for stopping any big plays down the field. The Bills are going to look to the veteran to help Christian Benford and Dane Jackson try to shut down Chase and Higgins.
One of the great equalizers is turnovers and Burrow has had an interception in four of his games this season. Hyde already has two interceptions on the season and should have a good chance at a third on Sunday night.