3 Reasons Why The Bills Are GUARANTEED To Beat The Bengals

There are very few guarantees when it comes to the game of football, but when it comes to the Buffalo Bills' home game against the Cincinnati Bengals this week, we've found an exception to the rule. Here's 3 Reasons Why The Bills Are GUARANTEED To Beat The Bengals.

Returns Of Watkins, McCoy

Running back LeSean McCoy and wideout Sammy Watkins both opened practice with the Bills' first-string offense on Wednesday, per a report filed by Tyler Dunne of The Buffalo News. McCoy has been out with a hamstring injury and Watkins has been nursing a strained calf, but both appear to be in good shape to start for Buffalo in Week 6. If they do, Buffalo's already-humming offense will be even more dangerous -- a fact that will spell doom for the Bengals' undefeated start.

The Dalton Swoon

Bengals QB Andy Dalton has been electric over the Bengals' first five games, completing 67.5% of his passes for 1,518 yards, elevent touchdowns and two interceptions. That's all well and good NOW for Cincinnati, but the classic Dalton Swoon is coming and likely in this game. Dalton has followed three steps forward with two steps back his entire career, and we foresee Week 6 against a swarming Bills D to be the start of his backpedaling.

Home-Field Advantage

There's no better place for Andy Dalton to begin his aforementioned swoon than in front of one of the loudest crowds in all of the NFL. The Bengals aren't the juggernaut their record makes them out to be, and their weaknesses will be exposed in front of thousands upon thousands of screaming fans in Orchard Park.

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