The Buffalo Bills will host the Houston Texans on Sunday afternoon in what will be the first home game in the month of October and already the third home game at Highmark Stadium this regular season.

The weather isn't looking great as rain showers will be present most of the day, but the Bills offense will still look to break out wide receiver Stefon Diggs.

Diggs has been good through the first three weeks, but hasn't yet had that breakout game this year. Playing a defense like the Houston Texans may help,who are ranked 23rd in yards allowed through the first three weeks.

Diggs has been a godsend for quarterback Josh Allen. Pro Football Focus tweeted out a state this weekend that shows just how good Diggs has been in Buffalo.

Believe it or not, Diggs hasn't dropped a pass since week 7 of 2020.

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Week 7 was the road game against the New York Jets. A game the Bills won 18-10 and perhaps the most forgotten game on the Bills schedule from 2020.

The Bills offense is going against a Texans defense who will be without two key starters: linebacker Zach Cunningham and defensive lineman Ross Blacklock are on the COVID-19 list. Cornerback Jimmy Moreland has an illness and will also not play against the Bills today.

The Bills will be without both safety Jordan Poyer (ankle) and guard Jon Feliciano (concussion). The hope is that both are back for the Sunday Night Football game at Arrowhead Stadium against the Kansas City Chiefs next week.

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