As far as Week Three games in the NFL go, Sunday's meeting between the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins is about as big as they come.
Both teams expect to be in the playoff hunt come December. As such, a victory Sunday over a division rival would be a big step in that direction.
Here is a look at what's been written about the game in both Western New York and South Florida.
• News Sports Reporter Tyler Dunne has an illuminating look at the NFL's continuing concussion crisis, with comments from former Bills quarterbacks Kevin Kolb and Rob Johnson, among others.
• News Senior Sports Columnist Jerry Sullivan says that while the Bills-Dolphins rivalry isn't what it used to be, Sunday's game will still be a big test for Buffalo quarterback Tyrod Taylor in his first road start.
• Vic Carucci's Inside the NFL column looks at some big-name stars who haven't shown up so far this season, including Miami's Ndamukong Suh. Carucci also has his weekly power rankings, with the New England Patriots in the No. 1 spot.
• Milt Northrop's Sunday Playbook looks at some of the teams that have started the season 0-2.
• In this week's scouting report, I look at how time of possession is a stat the Bills will want to control.
From the other side ...
• The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero offers up his keys to the game.
• The Herald's Adam Beasley says the Dolphins are facing an identity crisis as the Bills come to town.
• Salguero says slow starts are hurting the Dolphins.
• The Herald's Greg Cote says Dolphins fans don't yet know what to expect of their team.
• The Palm Beach Post's Andrew Abramson looks at how the Dolphins have had their hands full with the Bills' defensive line in recent meetings.