- Perry Fewell put his stamp on the team during the opening coin toss when the Bills won the toss they elected to receive. Dick Jauron always deferred. Of course since the series ended in an interception maybe Jauron knew something.
- The Bills offense went with both Lynch and Jackson together to start the game.
- A moment of indecision almost cost the Bills three points. They ran one more play from the Jacksonville 6 and got a timeout called with just one second left in the first half.
- T.O. seems ready to explode. He was a very big part of the offense but was very upset when Fitzpartick didn't see him open deep on a third down play. They got together on the sidelines then came out and had a 9 play, 76 yard drive in the two minute offense to the 2nd quarter FG then hooked up for the 98 yard score. Maybe this team needed T.O. to show his emotions to get them going.
Yes the Bills lost the game in the fourth quarter again but it wasn't a total collapse. They only gave up one touchdown in the final quarter but weren't helped by an offense that was inept once again. They have now not scored in three straight games in the final period. There are positives to take out of the loss and not just the fact that they are closer to a higher draft pick. They played with more passion and emotion under interim coach Perry Fewell. They also played tougher despite having another rash of injuries and played hard until the end. This time they had a chance to win instead of getting run over by a runaway train.
The Bills come back home to close out November and start the 2nd half of their division schedule as the Miami Dolphins come to town. Miami has turned around their season since beating the Bills soundly back in early October. They have now pulled to the .500 mark and look to get back in the playoff picture. The Bills will look to try and climb a bit closer to leaving the cellar of AFC East.