That's not how it works. The goal of football is to move the ball down the field and score while stopping the other team from doing the same. Winning close games rarely means more than losing them because the difference could have just been one fluke play. When you win by 20, there are no flukes that could swing the win-loss column one way or the other. This is true in literally any other sport as well. This should have been obvious during the Gase era when we would narrowly squeak by in wins and then get blown out in losses. They're not equivalent as we were a bad team.
The Bills have issues and it's because their horrible defense is giving up 28 points a game after giving up 16 a game last season which is why they made the playoffs. Add in those inevitable Josh Allen performances that happened last night and they're going to be in for it.
I hate the Bills more than even the Jets and Pats.
Those da*n Jills drafted near the top of the leauge several years straight and had more talent than almost any other team in the league at the time. It was so painful to watch us struggle with Kelly and Co.Miami losing to Buffalo in the playoffs seemed to be an annual event. I must admit that Buffalo had a more complete team than Miami back then. That said, Marino would NOT have lost 4 straight Super Bowls... damn those Bills keeping Dan from getting a ring!!!
I think would rather play teams close and win then play teams close and lose. You can drag the Bills, but we lost 3 out of 5 games close enough to be winnable. I am happy with where we are at, but the Bills are still the team to beat in the AFC East. To clarify, our division is fairly weak right now and I think there are a handful of AFC teams better than them.