1. Bills earn praise from the Browns head coach in these three areas
Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens spoke about Josh Allen, Devin Singletary, and the Bills defense during his press conference earlier this week.
Kitchens praised the Bills defense for their ability to not make mistakes.
"They play with great passion and energy," Kitchens said. "Very tough and physical. Very active. The one thing that separates them from other people is I do not think that they make very many mistakes. They are conscientiousness of everything they are doing. They play with great passion and do not make mistakes. Everybody seems to do their job on a regular basis."
He also noted Allen's ability as a rusher.
"He never gives up. He is always trying to attack. He has gotten better as a passer and continues to get better as a passer. When you win with your feet also, that is always an advantage," Kitchens said.
Singletary and Frank Gore provide a solid 1-2 punch.
"He does. He brings energy level there," Kitchens said. "(Bills RB) Frank (Gore) has played a lot of games in this league and he has a lot of experience. He has been to the circus before and he knows what is going on. They are not going to sit him down anytime soon, but when Singletary comes in, he definitely adds a jolt of energy, so to speak, a change of pace and all that kind of stuff."
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2. Andre Roberts keeping Cleveland's special teams coach awake at night
Browns special teams coordinator Mike Priefer is worried about Bills kick returner Andre Roberts. Priefer is so worried that he stated he loses sleep watching him as a returner.
Last Week against Washington, Roberts returned a kick 66 yards to give Buffalo's offense the ball at the Washington 39-yard line. The ensuing drive led to a touchdown.
Roberts is coming off a 2018 season where he led the NFL in kickoff return yards (1,174) and tied for the league-lead in yards per punt return (14.1). He was named an All-Pro and selected to the Pro Bowl.
3. With Jets-Giants playing today, Buffalo is still New York's most successful football team
There's no denying that the Buffalo Bills are New York's football team. They are the only team geographically located in New York and the only team with a winning record this season.
The New York Jets and Giants face-off against one another this weekend, guaranteeing one team a victory. Their combined record is currently 3-14.
Buffalo went into MetLife Stadium during Week 1 and 2 of the NFL season and came away with victories against both teams. The Bills have the same amount of wins at MetLife as the Jets and Giants combined this season.
But there's one last stat, provided by NFL research, that really sticks out.
The Bills have more wins (21) than the Jets and Giants combined (20) since 2017.