The Bills have won seven of the eight games when Jackson rushes for more than 100 yards, but don't expect that. Quentin Groves, in his second year playing linebacker, is getting comfortable there, so I believe that weakness has been solved.
Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was 17 of 25 for 208 yards, four touchdowns and 133.0 quarterback rating.
Wow! Fitzpatrick has arrived.
He may have along with Jackson, but it's not going to show in the game on Sunday. Stanford Routt is looking like a shutdown corner, while Chris Johnson is hanging in there and not 100 percent, yet.
If Michael Huff can't play, I trust Matt Giordano to fill in and do the job. The only thing about that is the Raiders will need rookies Chimdi Chekwa and Demarcus Van Dyke to play corner in the nickel.
They played well in Denver, so I trust them as long as they aren't guarding the No. 1 and No. 2 receivers. However, the real reason why the Bills aren't going to be able to do much on offense is the Raiders' defensive line.
The Raiders have the best defensive line in football, so holes to run through and time to throw will be scarce.
Here's the $1 million question: Who's going to block Richard Seymour?