Now at 2-0, the LA Rams must travel east once more, this time to take on the beast from the AFC East, the Buffalo Bills.
The LA Rams are traveling away from Los Angeles, California, to that great football town of Buffalo, New York. This week, the Rams take on the 2-0 Buffalo Bills, a team that appears to finally be in a position to halt the stranglehold of the New England Patriots on the division title. In fact, they have gone to great lengths to do so this year.
The weekend weather will be a bit warm, but the skies will be bright and sunny, giving everyone a good day for football. The temperature ranges will be falling over the next seven days., from 72 degrees to a game day high of 79 degrees and quite sunny. The forecast also calls for steady winds from the warm southwest from 15 to 25 miles per hour. Despite the great weather, this game will be played in an empty stadium as well.
Gotta dig that Allen to Diggs connection
The LA Rams will have that defensive secondary tested once again. This time, the Rams will need to neutralize the connection between quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs. If the team manages to shut that down, the Rams will still need to stop WR John Brown and WR Cole Beasley. Should the team have succeeded in defending the pass, the Bills can still move the chains thanks to the running ability of dual-threat quarterback Allen and his ability to move the chains with bootlegs and scrambles.
The LA Rams offer a bit of a balanced offensive attack against the Bills this week. In fact, the Rams have rushed the ball 79 times for 344 yards and passed the ball 58 times for 542 yards. Even in the running game or passing game, the Rams distribution of carries and targets is fairly evenly distributed over the first two games.
LA Rams – Buffalo Bills, what are the odds?
The books for the LA Rams – Buffalo Bills game opened with the LA Rams as
With the Bills and the Rams boasting identical undefeated records, the customary betting line typically opens as three-point favorites for the home team, which is exactly what happened in this game. Due to the Rams’ success, the line has shrunk to just 2.5 points. The Rams have been underdogs in three straight games so far. Not only have the Rams succeeded against the spread, but the Rams have won their first two games outright.
LA Rams – Buffalo Bills game time details:
Date: Sunday, September 27, 2020
Time: 10:00 am PT
Location: Bills Stadium, Orchard Park, NY
What TV channel is the Rams-Bills game on?
The game is the early game on Sunday and will be broadcast by Fox Sports.
How can I watch the Rams-Bills game online?
You can stream the Sunday game on any number of streaming options by checking out the FoxSports.com website or the NFL App. Other streaming options can be found at SportingNews.com.
Will the Rams-Bills game be broadcast via the radio?
You can catch the Rams on KSPN (710 AM) and KCBS-FM (93.1 FM). Other radio stations carry the Rams throughout the California listening area. You can also tune in via the internet by checking out Tunein.com/Los-Angeles-Rams. For a comprehensive list of affiliate radio stations, you can check out the team website here for a full list.
Injury reports: The official injury list for the Buffalo Bills is here.
LA Rams: OT Chandler Brewer has opted out for this season. OLB Terrell Lewis, LB Travin Howard, NT A’Shawn Robinson are out. LG Joseph Noteboom suffered a calf injury and is out this week. RB Cam Akers suffered a rib injury and is listed as Day-to-day. RB Malcolm Brown broke his little finger, but it has been reset and he is anticipated to be ready for week three. CB Darious Williams suffered a bout of Achilles Tendonitis, but he is expected to be ready for this Sunday as well.
Buffalo Bills: The Buffalo Bills emerged a bit banged up after their week two contest with the Miami Dolphins. The Bills Friday injury report listed the following players:
Player Injury Status Game Status
WR Cole Beasley Hip/Thumb DNP Wednesday
LB Tremaine Edmunds Shoulder Limited Wednesday Questionable
QB Jake Fromm N/A Limited Wednesday
CB Taron Johnson Groin DNP Wednesday Questionable
TE Dawson Knox Concussion DNP Wednesday Out
LB Matt Milano Hamstring Limited Wednesday Questionable
RB Zack Moss Toe DNP Wednesday Out
DT Ed Oliver Knee DNP Wednesday
LB Dei’Shawn Phillips Quad DNP Wednesday Out
CB Tre’Davious White Shoulder Limited Wednesday
How do I enjoy football this year with no stadium?
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