Although Ryan Fitzpatrick and Fred Jackson will get most of the attention this week, it's the Bills' offensive line that deserves some love for the team's early success.
In this edition, we look at the criminally bashed Tony Romo, Tom Brady's and Cam Newton's astounding passing numbers and the surprising Bills.
It appears the Bills are prepared to lock down QB Ryan Fitzpatrick long term, putting WR Stevie Johnson's possible extension on the back burner.
Fantasy guru William Del Pilar suggests his fantasy sleepers and undervalued players heading into 2011.
Bills WR Marcus Easley missed his entire rookie season, but judging by QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's recent praise for him, Buffalo has high hopes for the wideout.
The Bills don't have many key free agents, nor do they have to learn new schemes with a new coach, putting them in decent position during the lockout considering their 4-12 record last season.
There is much uncertainty about who will land in Buffalo, and GM Buddy Nix won't tip his hand. However, he did say he wants the player drafted third overall to be a starter for the Bills.
Despite sitting out the season with a skull fracture, OLB Sergio Kindle is working hard to return to the football field, according to AFC Whispers.
The Bills only have four wins on the season, but QB Ryan Fitzpatrick has shown he is good enough to be the team's signalcaller in the years ahead.
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two touchdown passes and the resurgent Bills made themselves at home in Miami, winning 17-14 Sunday to further dim the Dolphins' already-faint playoff hopes.
All season long the Bills have been getting contributions from unexpected places, and that will continue in the final weeks.
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to David Nelson, Leodis McKelvin made a late interception and the Bills beat the Browns 13-6 on Sunday.
The Vikings have to know based on the tape they have watched all week that this is a tough Bills team, but the Vikings will prevail.
Here is another key matchup when the Vikings and Bills match up Sunday in Minnesota.
The Bills come in to the Metrodome on Sunday with nothing to lose and a whole lot of confidence, and the Vikings should not take this one lightly.