These are the players that saw their stock move the most, either up or down, in the Buffalo Bills Week 2 win over the Miami Dolphins.
The Buffalo Bills now sit alone in first place in the AFC East moving to 2-0 and more importantly the wins were over divisional opponents. If the race for the AFC East division title is close, one of the first tiebreakers is divisional records so to already have two wins here is a big deal.
On Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, the Buffalo Bills got some big performances from some key players. These players were key in the team’s 31-28 win in Miami and saw their stock rise, potentially earning more playing time or changing perceptions throughout the league.
Meanwhile, it wasn’t a perfect performance by the Buffalo Bills as the Dolphins closed the gap in the third quarter and took the lead in the fourth. There were some players on the Bills who struggled in Week 2 and could use a bounce-back game this Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams at Bills Stadium.
These are four players that saw their stock either go up or down in Week 2 against the Miami Dolphins.