The New England-Tennessee game isn’t the only one that will impact the AFC playoff race.
Western New Yorkers love to be loved and there is no bigger stage to show it than on national television.
"The Buffalo Bills are undisciplined. They keep getting pushed around. And they might be delusional," writes Jason Wolf.
Now in their fifth year together in Buffalo, Hyde and Poyer have become so in tune with the defensive scheme that coordinator Leslie Frazier said they could easily stand in front of the defensive meeting room and teach its principles to their teammates.
"I think what you saw out there was A.J., a lot of trust and faith in A.J., and he's a good football player," coach Sean McDermott said.
The good news is that Bills fans are about to get to hear the No. 1 teams on NBC, ESPN and CBS.
The Buffalo Bills beat the New York Jets 45-17 at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. Check out all of our postgame coverage here.
The Buffalo Bills’ defense has allowed just six points in the first quarter – total – through nine games this season. They’ve allowed more than 23 points in a game just once.
Don't miss Jay Skurski's grades for the Buffalo Bills after their 45-17 victory over the Jets at MetLife Stadium.
Josh Allen led the Buffalo Bills to a touchdown on their opening possession, their final drive of the first half and their first drive of the second half, sparking a second-half onslaught in the team's 45-17 victory.
This week's mailbag is filled with lots of talk about the Bills running game and the O-line.
Even without Taron Johnson, the Bills stayed in their nickel defense Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence could be in for a long day.
Allen has youthful exuberance, an instant connection to the community and the ability to get unconditional love from Bills fans who expect him to eventually lead the team to a Super Bowl.
The Bills’ shuffling along the offensive line likely will have to continue in Week 9.
Jay Skurski grades the Buffalo Bills on their 26-11 victory over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
“I've been in this offense for three years – up and down, obviously, with various things – but I'm excited. … I've just got to keep it as normal as possible and just go out and perform,” Sweeney says.
"I never realized how underrated Brian Griese is as an analyst before watching a game with a 'MNF' record-tying seven lead changes, which is one of the reasons ESPN called it an 'instant classic,' ” Pergament writes.
The Titans running back found all sorts of ways to put space between himself and Bills defenders Monday night as the Titans edged the Bills 34-31.
Oliver has 11 total tackles in Buffalo’s 4-1 start, all against the run. His 10 solo tackles against the run is tied with cornerback Taron Johnson for second on the team.
Beasley is a hot topic in this week's Mailbag. Jay Skurski has answers.
"Hyde is 67 games and four-plus years into his Bills career. It’s time to call him the finest free safety ever to play for the Bills," writes Mark Gaughan.
On Saturday, the Bills signed Johnson to a three-year contract extension through 2024. The next night, Johnson recorded a career-high 12 tackles.
Buffalo is averaging 34.3 points per game. Second is Dallas at 34 and third is Tampa Bay at 33.4.