BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Bills try to head into their bye week with a four and one record. The Bills lost their first game of the season to New England last week 16-10.

In that game quarterback Josh Allen took a helmet-to-helmet hit from Patriots quarterback Jonathan Jones.

Jones was not ejected for hit, nor was he fined.

Allen spent most of the week in concussion protocol but was finally cleared to play Saturday morning. He is expected to start Sunday against the Titans.

Fullback Patrick DiMarco and safety Dean Marlowe, who were also in concussion protocol, were also cleared and are expected to play.

The Bills also signed wide receiver Duke Williams from the practice squad. Williams had a great training camp and preseason and adds some size to the wide receiver group. 

The Titans come into the game with a two and two record. They beat the Falcons in Atlanta last week. Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota was the second overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft but has yet to really live up to expectations. He's been, like the Titans, inconsistent.  

The Bills beat the Titans 13-12 at New Era Field last season. Tennessee is a three-point favorite. 

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