Hey. Wow, I know by all means I should be at the Pats game right now, but I had to stop and watch the rest of this Bills game. The Bills? I mean, the Buffalo but really Canadian, favorite punch line, haven't been relevant for years, constant AFC East cellar dweller Bills?
Last week, versus Kansas City, I didn't see that game but I thought, maybe the
mini Pats Chiefs were just having difficulty in their first week, like some teams inevitably do (losing your starting safety for the year hurts a bit too). But the Bills? Back down to the bottom of the division, of course in a particular and especially heartbreaking manner.
However... after watching them take down the Raiders (a team I'm pretty high on this year) in spectacular and dramatic fashion... I'm starting to worry a little bit.
The Bills defense usually isn't that bad year to year but the offense has always been a struggle for Buffalo. Today the Bills were giving them Fitz, and lots of Freddy Jackson. Harvard product Ryan Fitzpatrick looks good for once. The offense has, in two weeks, indicated that it can put up major points when needed. And the two fourth-down conversions to end the game today was chilling.
I'm usually assured of the Pats dominance against everyone in the division not named the Jets, but these guys are known to drop one or two a season that they should win. I'm always convinced it will be the Phins, but could it be the Bills this year? Could the Bills seriously contend in the division? What is going on?