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Bills Thanksgiving Game predictions (I have no understanding of this holiday)

The Bills and Saints will play in primetime on Thanksgiving. Here are some of my predictions for this week’s turkey day matchup.

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I already gave you my review of the Bills-Colts game and I have absolutely no desire to go through it again. Just read it here instead.

Thankfully, there hasn’t been much time to mope, because in just two days Bills head to New Orleans.

Previously on Bills vs. Saints (Week 10, 2017)

The Saints came to Buffalo in 2017 and absolutely dominated. A 47-10 blowout at home, sound familiar?

But, I have faith this game won’t end like last time.

Prediction #1: Defense back on top

I felt bad for the defense on Sunday, they’ve been the highlight of this Bills team for weeks now, and it seems they finally broke. They’ve been out on that field for too long when their offense isn’t putting up any points.

But in NOLA, they’ll come back out on top. It won’t be easy with the short rest period, but I have full faith in them. No more than 300 total yards. Yes, I’m that confident.

Prediction #2: Diggs, Knox and Sanders

These three receivers have been lighting up the offense. With the poor performance from Sunday, I’m sure they’re ready to prove the doubters wrong. When they were in top form against the Chiefs and then the Titans, the offense was as we expected.

Each of these guys come away with a TD on Thanksgiving. They’re gonna be electric

Prediction #3: Bass makes everything

I’ll make this one short. I saw some Tyler Bass slander on socials. Not cool. He’ll make you all regret that sudden doubt you had in him.

Bass. Makes. Everything. After all, he’s the #NFLsSwaggiestKicker

Prediction #4: “Overhaul the coaching” commentators get shut down

No one has been happy with the play calling. I have to imagine no one hates it more than the Bills offense, though. Their style of play has become bland, and after the recent heartbreaking and completely embarrassing losses, I have to imagine some differences here.

Enter aggressive McDermott and Daboll. Having only a handful of days to prepare means that the plays won’t be completely out there, but there has to be at least one 4th down conversion attempt. Maybe, Haack proves himself useful and goes for a fake punt? Who knows! But there has to be some change, and when better to display it than Thanksgiving primetime in New Orleans.

Final

The Bills are angry, and that has to mean a big win is coming. Remember Allen’s face versus the Fins? I’m sure his face has been like that since they walked out of the field.

Not good for the Saints. But excellent for Bills Mafia. They’re winning on Thanksgiving. We have to manifest it together.