I think the Bills story of no names roster and their current undefeated record is nice to many,but does anyone think that when all is said and done that this team is a playoff team?......I don't,I still see a Bills team better than the past 7 years,but might be one more year away from playoff contention and end up 8-8 or 9-7 when the regular season is over. The Bills have won 3 in a row,the last 2 were home but in both cases their team was down 20 or more points at one point.....comebacks like those won't last forever and their road victory was against one of the worst teams in the NFL in the Chiefs,I want to see the Bills beat a team with the solid roster On the road before we consider them a version of the 2001 Patriots. Too many were complaining about the NE loss and not much joy about the Jets who also lost....the Pats didn't lose any ground in the division unless you really think the Bills are a contender come January. C I consider week 3 a wash as to who has a leg up in the division,both teams lost to an AFC team although the Pats loss was a divisional one which we hope can be improved to 2-1 in 2 weeks. I think the AFC East is still a 2 team race......Buffalo and Detroit are the flavor of September but that flavor may be bland come late winter. This NE loss was one of 4 or 5 losses that many knew was going to happen,this was not a 14-2 team to begin with too many questionable characters added into the team to expect the same record as last year,not to mention the ridiculous turnover margin last season I expect 11 or 12 wins at best so until they lose 4 more games, it's not time to call for next year. It will be a hard task to not lose 2 in a row heading to Oakland,I am looking forward to the battle of Richard Seymour and Co.