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s game against the Vikings Bills Vladimir Ducasse Jersey , but it’s hard to imagine anyone in Buffalo getting too upset about that development.They scored the first 27 points of the game, led 27-0 at halftime and cruised to a 27-6 win for the most surprising result of Week Three. The Bills had been handled with little sweat by the Ravens and Chargers in the first two weeks of the season and were 16.5-point underdogs in a road game against the Vikings, but they opened the game strong and never turned back.Josh Allen ran for a 10-yard touchdown to open the game, added a sneak for another and threw a touchdown pass to Jason Croom while the more heralded Kirk Cousins lost a pair of fumbles in the first quarter. The Vikings offense didn’t cross midfield until the second half and didn’t get on the scoreboard until there were under three minutes left to play in the game.The performance, which came without the injured running back Dalvin Cook and defensive end Everson Griffen, will lead to questions about the Vikings’ readiness. In particular, they’ll be asked if they overlooked the Bills in favor of focusing on their Week Four Thursday night game against the Rams.If they were looking past the Bills, they paid for it because Buffalo came ready to play and put together the kind of performance that will make for a happier week as they prepare for another road game in Green Bay.Scouting the Scouts: Where have the Buffalo Bills scouts been spotted The 2018 college football season is well underway which means that NFL general managers and scouts have been hitting the road to watch prospects play live. Thanks to a few generous media members, fans are able to get an idea of what games certain NFL teams are sending their scouts to on Saturdays. As one would expect, the Buffalo Bills scouts have been attending some of the biggest games in college football. So, what players or positions might the team be scouting? Find out below.Oklahoma-UCLASeptember 8thTop ProspectsOklahoma (WR Marquise Brown, RB Rodney Anderson, OT Bobby Evans Authentic Stephen Hauschka Jersey , OG Dru Samia)UCLA (ER Jaelan Phillips, TE Caleb Wilson, OG Michael Alves)Grif’s take: Oklahoma’s offensive skill positions was likely the main draw, as Marquise Brown and Rodney Anderson are among the best at their position in the nation, but UCLA’s Caleb Wilson is also considered to be among the five draft-eligible tight ends.LSU-AuburnSeptember 15thTop ProspectsLSU Tigers (LB Devin White, CB Greedy Williams, OG Garrett Brumfield, TE Foster Moreau)Auburn Tigers (QB Jarrett Stidham, DT Derrick Brown, CB Javaris Davis, WR Darius Slayton)Grif’s take: The defensive talent in this game was unrivaled. LSU’s White and Williams are first-round locks and analysts are very high on Brown for Auburn. Brumfield was dealing with an injured knee during the game, but he is a very exciting prospect at a position of need for the Bills.University at Buffalo-RutgersSeptember 22ndTop ProspectsUB Bulls (QB Tyree Jackson, WR Anthony Johnson Bills Ryan Groy Jersey , LB Khalil Hodge, DE Charles Harris)Rutgers Scarlet Knights (OT Tariq Cole, CB Blessuan Austin, CB Isaiah Wharton)Grif’s take: Not sure why the scouts traveled all the way to Jersey when they could take a short drive to UB Stadium during any other game, but seeing UB talent take on a Big Ten team was likely appealing. Johnson and Hodge were the best prospects on the field, but the two cornerbacks for Rutgers are solid lower-round talents.Georgia-MissouriSeptember 22ndTop ProspectsGeorgia Bulldogs (CB Deandre Baker, S J.R. Reed, DE Jonathan Ledbetter, OLB D’Andre Walker, WR Mecole Hardman)Missouri Tigers (QB Drew Lock, DT Terry Beckner, TE Albert Okwuegbunam, WR Joseph Hall)Grif’s take: The Georgia defenders listed are all high-level prospects Bills Jason Croom Jersey , Missouri’s talent has spent the year raising their draft stock all season. Okwuegbunam actually led both teams with 9 catches for 81 yards.Michigan-NebraskaSeptember 22ndTop ProspectsMichigan Wolverines (DT/DE Rashan Gary, DE Chase Winovich, LB Devin Bush, CB Lavert Hill, S Khaleke Hudson)Nebraska Cornhuskers (WR Stanley Morgan, DT Carlos Davis, CB Eric Lee)Grif’s take: Again, it was the defensive talent, specifically Michigan’s, that likely drew the Bills’ scouts. Gary has first-round stock, even if Michigan isn’t using him correctly. After adding some weight, Bush looks like a solid NFL starter.

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