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Bills vs. Rams: Prediction, Spread, Preview, Channel, Game Time

We’ve got all of the pre-game analysis for the Bills vs. Rams matchup on Sunday.

Sunday, October 9, the Buffalo Bills play visitor to the Los Angeles Rams. The game, to be played at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is slated for a 4:25 p.m. EST start time and will be broadcast on CBS. Read on for our Bills vs. Rams preview.

According to ESPN’s matchup predictor, which is based on its Football Power Index, Buffalo wins the matchup between the two teams 54.2% of the time. The spread, via Oddsshark, is in Los Angeles' favor however.

Spread: Rams -3

Game Time: 4:25 p.m. ET

Channel: CBS

Bills vs. Rams Preview:

The Bills enter this one coming off of a huge 16-0 win at New England moving them to 2-2 on the season. The Rams enter the contest after a big road win as well as they knocked off Arizona last week 17-13. St. Louis, has won three straight with two of those wins coming away from home.

It's hard to imagine a 3-1 football team that averages just 269 yards per game and just 15.8 points per game, but that's exactly what the Rams are. Buffalo hasn't necessarily torched their opponents this season either, averaging just 307 yards per game and 21. 8 points per affair.

Los Angeles' Case Keenum has gone 67-for-121 through the air this season for 825 yards, four touchdowns and three interceptions.

LeSean McCoy has been strong for Buffalo as he sits ninth in the NFL in total rushing yards this season with 297. He's averaging 74.3 rushing yards per game. Todd Gurley for the Rams sits 23rd in the league averaging 54.0 yards per rush and has just 216 yards to his credit this year.

Los Angeles' Kenny Britt is the only receiver in this game that ranks in the top 40 of the league in receiving yards this season with 281. He's averaging 15.6 yards per catch.

Rams head coach Jeff Fisher is in his fifth season with the team and enters this matchup with a 171-156 record as a head coach in the NFL.

Rex Ryan is in his second season with the Bills and enters this contest with a 56-60 record as a head coach in the NFL.

The Bills hold a 6-5 all-time record against the Rams.

Bills vs. Rams prediction:

Both teams have electric players in the backfield and both teams enter the game on winning terms. The Rams offense still has major question marks while the Bills offense has looked much better the past two weeks.

Bills 16, Rams 6

Stats via ESPN.