For better or for worse, familiar order was restored in the AFC East Sunday as the Patriots rallied to beat the upstart Jets, 24-17, and gain sole possession of first place in the division at 4-2.
The game was not without controversy, though: Jets tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins appeared to score a tying touchdown in the fourth quarter, but the call was changed on a review to be a fumble into the end zone, which gave the Patriots the ball.
— Clay Wendler (@ClayWendler) October 15, 2017
Where the Bills stand: The Bills and Dolphins are second in the division at 3-2 while the Jets are fourth at 3-3. The AFC East is the only division where every team is .500 or better.
Good news ahead? The Bills have faced some tough defenses so far, but the next several opponents don't appear to be playing nearly as well. The Bills are still short offensive firepower, but playing more generous defenses should help.
Trivia: What is the most points the Bills have ever scored in a game?
Can't stop the Fitzmagic: Could Ryan Fitzpatrick start against the Bills next week? Bucs QB Jameis Winston was injured in Sunday's loss. The severity is not yet known.
Rex gets pranked: The former Bills coach got pranked by his ESPN colleagues this week. See the video in the link.