Week 12 Round-up: Bills Outlook

Oct 20, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Detail shot of a Buffalo Bills helmet and gatorade towel in the second quarter of a game at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

With week 12 almost over an the Bills no more worse for wear in the standings.  There are however some changes that did occur.  The teams that I predicted needed to win for the Bills to be that much closer, did win.  Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Tennessee all won and the Jets and Dolphins lost.

It would have been nice to see the Chargers lose as well but for the most part what needed to happen did.  With a Patriots loss last night, the day would have been perfect for a Bills fan but as Meatloaf would say “Two out of Three Ain’t Bad”.

The changes in the playoff picture have changed just a bit.  The Jets are no longer in the 6th seed; Tennessee has moved into that position.

Key match-ups this week that we will look at later in the week will be the Ravens/Steelers, Jets/Dolphins, Bengals/Chargers, Titans/Colts and the Raiders/Cowboys game.

We will go through who needs to win to help the Bills and if it is even a possibility.

The Bills are one step closer and are still in playoff range.  Yes, it is very much a long shot but a long shot or any kind of a shot is still a shot.

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  • chas territo

    The only game that worries me, like all fans is the Patriot game! We have the ability to win up till that game. We can play with the Pats, but they have the best QB in the NFL right now. It looks like the team I thought was showing it’s age is not old! Brady owns an over rated QB that plays for Denver, will he own EJ? GO BILLS!!

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