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Buffalo Bills Week 6 Power Rankings from multiple platforms

A look at where the Bills sit in power rankings across various platforms.

The Buffalo Bills eeked out a 14-13 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. It wasn't pretty but a win is a win. Heading into Week 6, the Bills will take on the undefeated Cincinnati Bengals. The team could be without Tyrod Taylor on Sunday and the status of Karlos Williams is still unknown. Defeating the Bengals would be difficult at full strength, so the Bills would need quite an effort to defeat the Bengals on Sunday if they are without their starting quarterback and running backs. Heading into the game, here's a look at where the Bills sit on various power rankings.

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Scout.com

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Will be updated when Scout's Power Rankings are released 

ESPN.com

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Tyrod Taylor's legs saved the day for Buffalo in Week 5. Taylor had three rushes of 20-plus yards Sunday and now has five such runs this season, tied for most in the NFL.

CBS Sports

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They found a way at Tennessee. The defense finally showed up and looked like the unit we've expected to see.

Fox Sports

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The Bills have been dealt a tough hand on offense, with injuries to LeSean McCoy, Sammy Watkins and Karlos Williams. Quarterback Tyrod Taylor has found a way to move the ball anyway. Even when all of those skill position players get healthy, the Bills need to generate more pressure on the defensive end.

NFL.com

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It wasn't pretty, Bills mafia. Well, that's not totally true; T-Mobile's touchdown run with Buffalo down 10-zip was sweet. The Bills could barely muster anything through the air in Nashville, finishing with 209 yards total, but Rex Ryan's group emerged ugly ... and victorious. The fight for the AFC's two wild-card spots will be much fun.

Bleacher Report

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Second-half heroics prevent critical loss to Tennessee Titans

 

 


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