W, 28-14 @ Giants
The Buffalo Bills are quietly 2-0 on this season, although their two wins over the Jets and the Giants in Weeks 1 and 2, respectively, probably have to be taken with a grain of salt.
Still, Buffalo can only play the teams in front of it. And so far, the results have been positive. Just think, the Bills are tied with the New England Patriots for first place in the AFC East.
Not sure how long that will last, of course. But it’s something head coach Sean McDermott and Co. can chew on for at least another week.
Quarterback Josh Allen bounced back from an otherwise ugly effort in Week 1, tossing for over 250 yards with a touchdown.
And it’s always great seeing running back Frank Gore churn out yards, too. He found the end zone, deservedly so.
Considering the Bills now get to host a Bengals team, which was destroyed by the 49ers on Sunday, a 3-0 start to the year isn’t out of the question. We’ll likely see Buffalo make a nice jump in our NFL power rankings, too.