NFLN survey/feared player: Bills

The Buffalo Bills' fears haven't been realized ... yet.

In an anonymous survey of 320 NFL players conducted by ESPN this season, a pair of Detroit Lions received the most votes as the "most feared player" in the NFL: defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and wide receiver Calvin Johnson.

The Bills haven't played the Lions in the regular season since 2010. In their last meeting, Johnson gave Buffalo plenty of reason to be scared, catching 10 passes for 128 yards and one touchdown. Suh, on the other hand, was held quiet with three tackles and no sacks.

Suh and the Lions will have a chance to avenge their 14-12 loss to the Bills four years ago when they host Buffalo next season.

The Bills are also scheduled to square off with other players high on the most feared list, including Denver’s Peyton Manning, Houston’s J.J. Watt and Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson.