While a boatload of stars fail to provide owners with the stats they had hoped for, three Bills have developed into consistent fantasy players who could help carry managers to league titles.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Stevie Johnson, Fred Jackson and a group of defenders all deserve major credit for the Bills' 49-31 victory over the Bengals in Week 11, but no Bill contributed more to the win than head coach Chan Gailey.
Ryan Fitzpatrick matched his career high with four touchdown passes during Buffalo's biggest comeback in 13 years, and the Bills won their second straight game Sunday, 49-31 over the bumbling Cincinnati Bengals.
Determining who the quarterback of the future will be has been a hot topic among Bills fans, but that player may be the man under center right now.
A lack of running game cost the Bills in Week Nine, as the league's last winless team dropped another game they could have won.
For Ryan Fitzpatrick, a Harvard education has been a handicap, which says more about the NFL than it does about Fitzpatrick.
On the heels of a productive game against the Rams last week, Buccaneers RB LeGarrette Blount will be making his presence felt in fantasy circles very soon, writes Pat Fitzmaurice.
While the Ravens game is marked as another loss in the standings, the game was a win for one unit on the Bills: The receiving corps.
Billy Cundiff kicked a 38-yard field goal with 10:57 left in overtime after Ray Lewis stripped the ball from tight end Shawn Nelson, and the Baltimore Ravens squeezed past the winless Buffalo Bills 37-34 Sunday.
The Bills are one of the league's worst teams on third downs, and that's mainly due to their difficulty in moving the ball on first and second downs.
Once David Garrard cleaned up his mistakes, the quarterback led the Jacksonville Jaguars to a comeback 36-26 win Sunday over the Buffalo Bills, who at 0-5 are off to their worst start in 25 years.
The Bills' offensive line has been very poor in 2010, especially in pass blocking, one of the major reasons the team has struggled on the season.
Trent Edwards, who was the Bills' starting QB in Weeks One and Two, was released Monday by the team.
The Bills already have made one QB change in 2010 and might make another before the season is complete.
While the Bills are making a change under center in an attempt to spark their offense, fantasy owners shouldn't expect any dramatic improvements from Buffalo's skill players.
Bills head coach Chan Gailey announced Monday that Ryan Fitzpatrick will start at QB for the Bills in their Week Three game against the Patriots.
Chan Gailey is back in the AFC East, but it's not quite the same one he left nine years ago as Dolphins offensive coordinator.