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NFL Week 6 Buffalo Bills vs San Francisco 49ers: Bills Win 4th in a Row in Blowout

The Buffalo Bills look like they are finally catching a break. After going through an off-season that saw injuries to star receiver Sammy Watkins and top draft picks Reggie Ragland and Shaq Lawson, the Bills have finally found their groove winning their 4th game in a row after routing the struggling San Francisco 49ers 45... Read more » NFL Week 6 Buffalo Bills vs San Francisco 49ers: Bil
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