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The Bills come into their Week 10 matchup having bounced back from their previous two losses with victories in the following games.
Although they are 1-2 in road games this season, they have proven they can compete with the league's upper-tier teams, having triumphed in contests against quality opponents such as the Patriots, Eagles and Raiders (before the arrival of Carson Palmer).
The Cowboys are 3-1 at home, but their victories have come against the Redskins, Rams and Seahawks (combined 6-18). In fact, the Cowboys have beaten only one team with a winning record, and that was a 27-24 win over the 49ers in overtime in Week 2.
The Bills' second half is not an easy looking one. Although they play the Dolphins twice, their schedule also features key games against the Chargers, Titans, the unpredictable Broncos and rematches against the Jets and Patriots.
If the Bills hope to contend for the AFC East or a conference wild card, they must capitalize on a Dallas team that appears vulnerable to a strong passing attack and power running game. If the game remains close, the Bills could miss Lindell's sure-footed kicking game. However, if the defense is able to play up to its balanced potential, the Bills should be able to bounce back from a tough loss to the Jets and resume their winning ways.