3 reasons the Cleveland Browns can beat the Buffalo Bills

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Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills fumbles the ball on his goal line late in the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Vikings. (Photo by Isaiah Vazquez/Getty Images) /

1. Buffalo isn’t invincible

The Bills are one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl this season and for good reason. They have a loaded roster on both sides of the ball and are led by an NFL MVP candidate under center, Josh Allen.

Their superstar gun-slinger can not only take over a game with his arm but also has the ability to run over defenders and leads the Bills in rushing yards and touchdowns. In addition to Allen, they have one of the best wideouts in Stefon Diggs, and Gabe Davis has developed into a major weapon across from him as well.

With all that being said, the Bills have proven over the past two weeks that they’re not invincible. While they secured some huge wins over the Ravens, Chiefs, and Packers during a four-game winning streak, they’ve lost two in a row by three points.

In Week 9, it was the Jets who knocked them off and in Week 10, the Vikings won 33-30. In that loss, the Bills had a couple of gaffes late, including a fumble at their own goal line that prevented them from running the clock out for the win. Allen also threw two picks, including one in overtime with the game on the line.

Cleveland has to stay alert because the Bills will give them some opportunities, they just have to make sure they don’t miss out on them when they are presented.