The Bills are undefeated after two games, and it is certainly interesting.
But what exactly does this mean? Do they really have a shot at the playoffs? Super Bowl?
Let's take a look at what the Bills hot start means for the franchise.
Ryan Fitzpatrick has seven touchdowns throughout the first two games of the season and has been playing better than any quarterback in the NFL outside of Tom Brady. Fitzpatrick is the main reason for Buffalo's hot start.
After leading Buffalo to a monumental comeback on Sunday, Fitzpatrick will get his new contract that everyone has been talking about.
The Buffalo Bills control their own destiny. If they can continue to score at will, they will be in the playoffs.
The Bills have scored 79 points over their last two games, an incredible feat.
With Fitzpatrick, Stevie Johnson, David Nelson, Donald Jones, Scott Chandler, Fred Jackson and CJ Spiller, the Bills have too many weapons for any defense to control.
It's been a long, loooooonnnnnng, time since Buffalo has made the postseason. A 2-0 start is definitely a move in the right direction.
It is definitely too early to crown the Bills as an automatic playoff team, but they definitely could be with the way they are playing offense. If Buffalo shapes up that secondary, the Bills will be in the playoffs.
Ryan Fitzpatrick would be a hero in Buffalo for the rest of his life if he got this team to a postseason game. The last quarterback to do so was Doug Flutie in 1999.
The New England Patriots will be going into Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday in what will be the biggest Bills game in years.
This game will most certainly have a playoff like atmosphere. If the Bills pull the ultimate upset, the stadium will have a Super Bowl like atmosphere.
This game is huge for Buffalo. If the Bills win, they will be playing with a confidence for the rest of the season that we have not seen from them in years. If they lose, well, it could deflate their season. Could, not will.
It is silly to call a Week 3 match a "must-win" for any team, but this game is a must-win for Buffalo.