Buffalo Bills: 3 differences with this year’s 7-3 start compared to last year

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Nov 15, 2020; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) against the Arizona Cardinals in the second half at State Farm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

These are three differences for the Buffalo Bills to the start of this year compared to last season.

For the second straight year, the Buffalo Bills started the season 7-3 but how the Bills got here, and what it means, is very different.

There are certainly plenty of similarities as they played five games at home and five games on the road over their first 10 games. This year the Bills are a little better at home with one more win at 4-1 but slightly worse on the road with one more loss (3-2).

A majority of the starting lineup and the coaching staff is the same with Josh Allen still under center, for example, Sean McDermott at head coach, and both offensive (Brian Daboll) and defensive coordinator (Leslie Frazier) remain the same.

While there are a number of similarities these are the four biggest differences this year for the Buffalo Bills.

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