Bills vs Texans NFL wildcard Live Streaming free online on 4 January 2020

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Jan 4 · 3 min read

Watch Buffalo Bills vs Houston Texans NFL wildcard live streaming free Online at NRG Stadium, Houston, USA. Bills vs Texans NFL Match will be kick of Saturday 4 January 2020, Time 4:35 PM ET. Welcome to watch Buffalo Bills vs Houston Texans Live Stream online NFL Football on your pc/laptop, mac, ipad. Do not wait to access this HD link, when the Football Match is mostly over and you will get live.

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TV Schedule

Date: Saturday, 4 January, 2020

Time: 4:35 PM ET

Location: NRG Stadium, Houston

Coverage: ABC

The Buffalo Bills tangle with the Houston Texans in an AFC Wild Card matchup in the Lone Star State Saturday afternoon. Buffalo ended their regular season with a 13–6 home loss to the Jets Sunday afternoon. Houston was whipped 35–14 by Tennessee in their regular-season finale Sunday afternoon. The Texans lead the all-time regular-season series 5–4, including a 20–13 home win in the most recent matchup on October 13, 2018. This marks the first time that the teams have met in the postseason.

Three Things to Watch

  1. The return of J.J. Watt

Watt has officially returned for the Houston Texans. The three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year was formally taken off injured reserve and placed on the active roster this week after practicing during Week 17. Watt has missed the last eight games due to a torn pectoral muscle suffered back before Halloween in Week 8.While the return of one of this generation’s best players is a huge boon for Houston, it is still fair to wonder how effective Watt will be after such a long absence — especially since he wasn’t exactly setting the world on fire in the games he did play this season. Through the first eight weeks of this season, Watt recorded just four sacks, four tackles for a loss, and 24 total tackles.

2.Josh Allen

We are about to find out if Allen is ready to take the next step in his quarterback development. Simply put, teams cannot win in the postseason without above-average quarterback play and for the entirety of Allen’s second season he’s been very average. Saturday, the second-year signal-caller from Wyoming has an opportunity to flip that narrative on its head against a struggling Texans defense that ranks 28th in total defense, 26th in first downs allowed, and has already given up more than 1,900 rushing yards.

  1. Texans’ offense with or without Will Fuller

The Houston offense has been as inconsistent and frustrating as trying to be friends with your ex. Some days they are super sweet and exciting, scoring points in bunches and throwing the ball all over the field. Other days, they’re frustrating, not returning your calls with too many three-and-outs and getting dominated in the first quarter.

Prediction: Texans 22, Bills 18

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