The Buffalo Bills are currently 10th in the league in yards allowed against the pass (190.4 ypg) but what stands out the most about them is that they are tied for the league lead with 13 INTs and the average QB rating for opponents is 58.0 (2nd best in the NFL). Their pass rush is pretty solid as well (tied for 6th with 16 sacks). This game will show us how far Schaub has come in his decision making against a very good pass defense. The Bills allowed Delhomme to throw for over 300 yards against them but he also threw 3 INTs. The week before they forced Sanchez to throw 5 picks. I'd like to see Schaub take what they give him like he did yesterday when he was under pressure against the 49ers. He got the ball to OD early and often because they were setting up to stop AJ and he didn't hurt the team with turnovers. If AJ is out or is clearly not healthy enough to be the beast we've become accustomed to its even more important that Schaub does not force things. We cant count on our running game to get going this week even though all indications are the Bills have a week run defense, allowing a league worst 172.4 ypg on the ground, but it sure would be nice if this were the week our running game all of a sudden turned the corner because we cant count on the passing game to carry the offense with a less than 100% AJ against this team. It looks like the Texans defense will get to have their rubbermatch against the infamous Ryan Fitzpatrick. With the way our run defense is performing I think we can shut down two good RBs. Now we've gotta see if we can stop that speedster Lee Evans and make sure TO doesn't have a resurgence against our team. The thing that should concern us most though is their ballhawking secondary against our high powered passing game that can be prone to turnovers from time to time.