Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
Two games, two impressive performances for the Bills.
Skeptics can point to the Bills' victories over short-handed opponents, but they went on the road Sunday and came from behind to beat a team that was considered a preseason Super Bowl contender.
There's something to be said for that.
The Bills' offense came through with 10 points in the fourth quarter to win. QB Trent Edwards hit rookie WR James Hardy for the go-ahead touchdown with 4:10 to play. Rian Lindell kicked a 45-yard field goal with 29 seconds left to ice it.
The Bills are 2-0 and have a favorable schedule ahead of them. After opening with two respected foes in the Seahawks and Jaguars, they'll host the Raiders next week, visit the Rams and then visit the Cardinals before their bye in Week 6.
The Bills won't play a divisional game until Week 8. They'll face the Patriots in Week 10 (on the road) and Week 17 (at home).
Take out quarterback scrambles and the Bills' defense limited the Jags to 67 rushing yards. David Garrard passed for only 165 yards and threw an interception. The Bills had two sacks, forced two fumbles and recovered one.
Buffalo's offense was gritty again. Not a lot of flash from bruising RB Marshawn Lynch, who pounded out 59 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries. QB Trent Edwards was efficient, throwing only five incomplete passes while covering 239 yards.
Go ahead and start talking about the Bills and how much damage they might be able to do.