1. Stefon Diggs, Jordan Poyer, Andre Roberts lead Pro Bowl position fan voting
As of midweek, three Bills players currently lead fan voting for their respective positions to represent the AFC in the Pro Bowl.
Diggs, who has been at or near the top in the AFC in receptions and receiving yards all season, is the leading vote getter at the receiver position.
Poyer, who leads the Bills in tackles and shares the team lead in interceptions, leads the voting for safeties in the conference.
And Roberts, who ranks in the top five in both kick return and punt return average, is atop the voting for the returner position for the Pro Bowl in the AFC.
Buffalo had three players participate in the Pro Bowl last year in Tremaine Edmunds, Andre Roberts and Tre'Davious White.
2. Josh Allen looking to maximize Bills scoring potential
Buffalo's offense has been pretty efficient in turning their possessions into touchdowns this season. The Bills have reached the end zone on almost 29 percent of their possessions this season (28.8%). That is good for the eighth-highest success rate in the league.
But QB Josh Allen wants more consistency after the Bills turned the ball over three times in the fourth quarter of their 10-point win over the Chargers last Sunday. Allen knows that maintaining that 10-point lead was due largely to the lock down nature of Buffalo's defense, so he would like to see the offense take better advantage of their scoring opportunities when they're there.
"We feel that if we go out there and we execute how we're supposed to and we take care of the football the way we're supposed to good things tend to happen," Allen said. "We've punted the least amount in the league, which is a great stat, but it also means we're not scoring touchdowns (often enough). We're either turning the ball over or kicking field goals and obviously we want to be in the end zone. So that's something we've got to continue to focus on and continue to hone in on and I put that emphasis on myself and that's what we got to do and that's what I will do."
Allen is correct that the Bills have the fewest punts in the league this season. Through 11 games Buffalo has had Corey Bojorquez punt the ball away just 28 times. Carolina (29), New England (30) and Las Vegas (30) are the next fewest to kick the ball to the opposition so far in 2020.
3. NFL.com has Bills holding steady in their league power rankings
NFL.com released their NFL Power Rankings for Week 13, which was delayed by the rescheduled Ravens-Steelers game, and it left the Bills in the same spot they occupied last week.
Buffalo ranked seventh in the league after their win over the Chargers last Sunday. Here is NFL.com’s assessment of the current state of the Bills.
Buffalo Bills – No. 7
The Bills turned the ball over three times in the span of seven offensive plays during Sunday's fourth quarter and lived to tell the tale. Call it a karmic recalibration two weeks after the infamous Hail Murray. Let's also give credit to Buffalo's defense, which allowed just three points total in the three Chargers possessions that followed those turnovers. The Bills talked during the bye week about getting their running game going, and we saw that on Sunday: Buffalo rushed for 172 yards at 5.7 yards per carry. Devin Singletary (82) and Zack Moss (59) combined to go over 100 yards for just the second time this year. The Bills are 8-3 in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 1995-96.
Previous rank: No. 7
Ahead of the Bills on the rankings list in order were the Chiefs, Steelers, Saints, Packers, Seahawks and Titans.