One of the most interesting matchups in the last month of the season will be the Cowboys’ Week 15 matchup with the Buffalo Bills. A mid December game in Buffalo, New York, could be an inclement weather game. Can the Cowboys offensive attack endure such weather?
Aside from the weather, one of the other storylines to watch will be the battle between Josh Allen and Prescott. Both quarterbacks were paid similar contracts in the same offseason, have put up similar stats and have play styles that are reminiscent of each other as big mobile quarterbacks who can make plays in the air or on the ground.
But what about the draft? The Bills were convinced the Cowboys intended to draft tight end Dalton Kincaid from the Utah and made the decision to trade up in front of them to ensure they landed their guy. The Cowboys were linked to multiple tight ends leading up to this year’s NFL Draft, was this a well executed smoke screen that tricked the Bills?
The Cowboys say so. But what if Kincaid helps elevate an already strong Bills offense? Can Dan Quinn’s defense match up with the Bills aerial assault against one of the league’s best teams, on the road?