10. Lookin' fresh
It'll be a white on blue jersey combination for the Bills boys this week as they take on the Dolphins on the road. Here's a look.
9. Vote early. Vote often. Vote Bills.
Pro Bowl voting is now open and what better way to celebrate your Bills than by awarding them another trip to South Florida in February?
Cast your vote now!
8. Former 'fins in the building
When the Bills stroll into town, by no means will they be in unchartered territory. Former 'fins TE Charles Clay, G Richie Incognito, RB Mike Gillislee, K Dan Carpenter and RB Reggie Bush, will return to take on their former team. Meanwhile ex-Bills Kraig Urbik, LB Kiko Alonso, TE MarQueis Gray and DE Mario Williams look to make a stand against Buffalo.
7. Can Lo keep his streak alive?
Through six games, Bills sackmaster Lorenzo Alexander is leading the League in sacks with eight. With a sack this Sunday, Alexander would be the first player in the NFL to start the season on a seven-game sack streak since 2011. A force to be reckoned with on the field, Alexander will give the Dolphins a run for their money.
6. Will Suh get through?
Nope. With the way Buffalo's offensive line has been playing, it won't be easy for the Pro Bowler. Just ask Richie, he'll tell you.
4. Bills Run Deep
It's no secret that the Bills have been highly effective on the ground this season. Currently operating with the No.1 ranked rushing attack in the NFL, the Bills will look to keep their ground and pound offense moving. Although top RB Shady McCoy, is listed as questionable this week, the Bills have a stable of capable backs in Gillislee, Bush and rookie Jonathan Williams.
3. Sack Lawson reporting for duty
Well, Bills fans, he's back. The long anticipated wait for first-round draft pick Shaq Lawson is over. Taking the field for the first time as a Buffalo Bill, Lawson will bring an extra force to Buffalo's already stacked defense. With Lawson back in action, it should be a long day for Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
2. The drive for five
In addition to division bragging rights, there's a lot on the line for the Bills this week. The boys will try and secure their fifth consecutive win of the season—a feat that hasn't been accomplished since 2004. Let's drive for five.
1. Bills fans are you ready to squish the fish?
No need to answer. We know you're ready.