One Advantage the Buffalo Bills Have over Each Division Foe in 2012

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One Advantage the Buffalo Bills Have over Each Division Foe in 2012
Ryan Fitzpatrick is set up for success in 2012 (photo courtesy of BuffaloBills.com)

The NFL’s AFC East division has been a tough one in recent years. But even though the Buffalo Bills have struggled to keep pace with their division rivals for over a decade, the Bills hope to buck that trend in 2012. 

The Bills have a lot of promise and positive momentum heading into the regular season. With improvements on defense and consistency on offense, they clearly have the ability to compete with the Miami Dolphins, New York Jets and New England Patriots.

In order to rule the league, teams have to rule their divisions first. The Bills haven't been able to do that in recent years. Over the past three seasons, Buffalo is a combined 4-14 against division opponents.

However, with a refreshingly deep roster, that could all start to change starting with this season.

While there are many reasons for Bills fans to be excited, this article discusses one advantage the Bills have over each of their division rivals heading into the upcoming 2012 campaign.

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