Wiley: Bills will 'take a little piece' of Pats

The topic on "NFL Live" was a playoff team from last year that will struggle in 2011.

Studio analyst Darren Woodson pointed to the Kansas City Chiefs. Host Michael Smith thought the Seattle Seahawks were the easiest answer.

Woodson's partner, Marcellus Wiley, had a different idea. And if his nomination wasn't surprising enough, his reasoning should raise eyebrows among AFC East followers.

Wiley picked the New England Patriots.

"Just because they went 14-2 and, to me, with that record they did overachieve," Wiley said. "You remember they lost Randy Moss. Everyone thought the team would take a dip. They rebounded from that, but going into this season you didn't really see the upgrade in the draft.

"I'm just saying other teams out there ... you know the Jets. Hey, the Bills have to be on the rise. They have a lot of weapons. Time for those teams to take a little piece of the Patriots."