At 2-0 the Bills are talking an awful lot about team balance. In beating the Miami Dolphins, and more specifically neutralizing Cameron Wake, we're able to get a feel for what that means. Wake was kept quiet, and Jeremy White shows how the Bills were able to do it in this week's All-22 Review.
The Bills' 2-0 start has our attention, and fans everywhere are asking each other if this is the year the Bills do the unthinkable and make a wild-card game maybe to get run over.
COULD THE DROUGHT BE ENDING?
Five reasons why yes, five reasons why no:
1. The defense is good. The offense, and in particular the quarterback, commands most of the attention. But the Bills'
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is tackled by Buffalo Bills defensive end Manny Lawson (91) during the second half of an NFL football game on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (AP Photo/Bill Wippert)
On a day when the Bills honored the late Ralph Wilson, the best tribute of all for the only owner the franchise had known, was a win over the team Wilson loved to see his club beat, the Miami Dolphins.