10. Real men wear pink
In honor of the NFL's "A Crucial Catch" campaign, the Bills will be adding a splash of color to their blue on blue look this week. To spread awareness for the importance of regular breast cancer screenings, the Bills boys are proud to be wearing pink.
9. Nickell City
Bills cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman put on quite a show at his old stomping grounds in Week 5. Coming away with two interceptions at the Coliseum, one a pick 6 none the less, Robey-Coleman was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week. Back in the Nickel City for an NFC West matchup, Nickell will look to tack on a few more takeaways. With another pick, I'd vote to rename it "Nickell City."
8. Mt. Washington leading the charge
Former Bills nose tackle Ted Washington had a few nicknames during his tenure in Buffalo. But the most memorable, and true to his stature, is Mt. Washington. A dominant defender from 1995-00, Mt. Washington was a force on the field. The three-time Pro Bowler will be back in the 716 to lead the charge as the Bills host the 49ers. Standing at 6-5, you won't be able to miss him.
7. The "Lo" down
Bills linebacker, Lorenzo Alexander has proven himself a valued member of Buffalo's defense. Leading the League in sacks with seven on the season, Alexander is hungry to keep his streak alive against the 49ers. Don't be surprised if you see him snackin' on a few San Francisco treats this weekend.
6. Vote early. Vote often. Vote Bills.
Bills fans, it's time. The 2017 Pro Bowl polls are open! Cast your vote now to send your Bills to Orlando. The polls will remain open to fans until Dec. 13. Don't miss out!
5. Cut on a dime
Bills running back LeSean "Shady" McCoy is known for his ability to evade the most capable defenders with his shifty feet work. Dipping, diving and cutting his way down the field, McCoy will look to find the end zone for the fourth time this season. We like his odds.
4. Lynn for the win
Since taking over as Buffalo's offensive coordinator, Anthony Lynn has put together some impressive play calls on offense. Putting the Bills in position to make plays, Lynn is striving to build an offensive identity. With the unit averaging 137.2 rushing yards per game—good for third in the League—we think he's on to something.
3. Clay nation
Bills top tight end Charles Clay had a big performance in Buffalo's Week 5 win over Los Angeles. Pulling in five receptions on five targets, Clay is proving a difference maker on offense.
2. What Brown is doing for you
Linebackers Zach and Preston Brown wreak havoc on Buffalo's opponents week after week. With Zach leading the League with 60 tackles and Preston in 10th place with 45, the dynamic duo is a force to be reckoned with. Watch out 49ers, the Brown brothers are coming for you.
1. We're on a roll
Well Bills fans, there is certainly no debating that the Bills are on a roll right now. Hitting their stride to put together the first three-game win streak since 2011, the Bills are looking to make it four. It hasn't happened since 2008, but we Billieve it can again.