10. AFC rivalry
When the Bills head to the Meadowlands this week, it'll mark the team's 114th regular season meeting with the New York Jets. AFC East division rivals, the Bills and Jets have a long history of competitive games. Expect this matchup to be no different.
9. It's lit
What's better than Bills football? Bills football in primetime, of course. Playing on the road under the lights, the Bills will look to get their third consecutive win.
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8. Embracing the next man up mentality
The Bills are full of surprise players this season. With each guy on the roster committed to giving it their all each time they gear up, you never know who is going to make the next big play.
7. Full steam ahead for takeaway train
The Bills takeaway train has been running hot through the first seven games of the season. With 14 on the campaign, the Bills are dominating the competition in the category.
6. Make it a clean sweep
Thursday's Week 9 matchup will be the second time the Bills have played the Jets this season. During the first meeting, the Bills proved successful, coming away with a 21-12 victory. Eager to make it a clean sweep, we'll see what Head Coach Sean McDermott's squad has up their sleeve.
5. White out
Color Rush is back and this time around the Bills will be sporting an all-white jersey combination. The fresh look will also feature white face masks. Check it out.
4. The ultimate test
Faced with a quick turnaround from their last game, the Bills will be put to the ultimate test on Thursday. Despite the short prep time, Buffalo will have an opportunity to showcase their talents on a big stage. Circle the wagons.
3. Let the chase continue
Bills running back LeSean McCoy's 10k chase has officially been activated and each week he's getting closer to his goal. Coming off an impressive Week 8 performance, in which he rushed for 151 yards and a touchdown, the veteran ball carrier is jonesing for a repeat. Don't be surprised if Shady has another big showing in New York.
2. Rookies on a roll
There's no denying that Buffalo's rookies have been on a roll. This group of NFL newcomers have not only made their presence felt on the field, they've been legitimate game-changers. With Bills cornerback Tre'Davious White currently leading the League in passes defensed and linebacker Matt Milano making moves, these rookies are just getting started.
1. One Team. One Focus.
At 5-2, the Bills are focused, determined and eager to secure their next win. Playing with each other, for each other, this team will continue to meet each challenge head on.