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[BN] Blitz newsletter: How about these 3-1 Bills?

The calendar has flipped to October and the Bills still hold the AFC East lead at 3-1, following a 23-17 upset of the NFC champion Falcons Sunday in Atlanta.

Yes, it's still early; and yes, Sean McDermott has only coached four games. But this win felt a little bit different, Jerry Sullivan wrote.

Miss anything? Catch up in our Quarterly Analysis: First | Second | Third | Fourth.

What did we learn? Jay Skurski shared his 10 takeaways from the game.

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Report card: The Bills running game failed to really get going once again, but the Bills did well enough for the win. Here's how Jay Skurski graded each unit.

10 plays that shaped the game: Some well-timed pressure was the key for the Bills' defense, Mark Gaughan wrote.

Matchup winners: The Bills' offensive line and linebackers had tough matchups but did their jobs well enough to get the win.

Big play: The play that changed the game was Tre'Davious White's disputed fumble return for a touchdown. Mark Gaughan broke down what went right.

Protests continue: Six Bills players chose to protest racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem before Sunday's game.

Bills fans spotted in Atlanta

Haus money: Bills kicker Steven Hauschka had another fine day, hitting field goals from 55 and 56 yards in the fourth quarter.

Not tanking: Hey, remember when we said the Bills aren't tanking? They're still not tanking. We good here?

Zay it ain't so: Rookie receiver Zay Jones had another rough game Sunday. His father, a three-time Super Bowl champ, didn't like what was being said about Zay on Twitter, so began responding. Tim Graham asked him why.

Shaq a no-go: Defensive end Shaq Lawson (groin) wasn't able to play Sunday, joining the inactives list.

112: That was the game's big number, representing the number of receiving yards for Charles Clay.

McCoy was feeling some time of way: Once reporters were allowed to enter the locker room, LeSean McCoy greeted them by yelling, "y'all picked us to lose, so y'all come talk to the winners!"

Nice touch: Jordan Matthews' touchdown celebration Sunday was him playing an old video game system (yes, he blew on the cartridge). Check out the video.

Video: Watch our team's takeaway from the win.

What they're saying: The Bills got some love in the national media after Sunday's big win.

Trivia: Which defensive back played the most games in Bills history?

Quotes: Hear from Sean McDermott, Tyrod Taylor, LeSean McCoy and more.

Bucky Gleason's Hot Read: Dare anyone say the Bills are for real?

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