Week Four confirmed much of what we had suspected, including that the Lions are for real and Calvin Johnson is the NFL's most dominant player.
Bills starting S George Wilson talked to PFW about some of the reasons for Buffalo's early success.
PFW personnel analyst Nolan Nawrocki breaks down Bills TE Scott Chandler, an early-season standout for the surprising Bills.
Darren McFadden, Ray Lewis and Rian Lindell were named AFC Players of the Week for Week Three.
The Bills have promoted CB Terrence Wheatley to their 53-man roster and released TE David Martin.
We discuss the 36-minute madness at the end of the early Sunday games; a look at the Vikings' third straight collapse; the amazing Bills; and much more.
Structural overhauls could allow Jim Schwartz and Chan Gailey to bring the Lions and Bills to the playoffs for the first time since 1999.
WR Stevie Johnson scored the Bills' first touchdown in helping Buffalo rally from a 21-0 deficit on its way to a stunning 34-31 victory over the Patriots on Sunday.
The Patriots will have a battle on their hands in Orchard Park, but PFW associate editor Kevin Fishbain predicts them to escape with a win in a shootout.
Teams with the longest current playoff droughts include the Bills, whose last postseason action, in the '99 season, was ended by the "Music City Miracle."
Patriots rookie ORT Nate Solder gets his second start against the Bills and will have to keep the pass rush off Tom Brady like he did in Week One.
The Raiders and Chiefs struggled to put pressure on Ryan Fitzpatrick in the first two games. The Patriots' D-ends should be able to win one-on-one battles with Buffalo's tackles.
Bills WR David Nelson caught the game-winning touchdown in Week Two and it's no surprise to see him emerge as the team's No. 2 target.
The Patriots' defense will have to keep a pair of talented Bills backs in check in the run game and in the flats.
The Patriots have given up a lot of passing yards this season and need to get some pressure on Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.