Is Rex Ryan Making The Buffalo Bills Better Or Worse?Will Rex Ryan's act wear thin in Buffalo? It will if the Bills' defense, which faltered last season under his watch, doesn't improve.
Team Grades: Patriots Get An Ugly Win Against A Tough Buffalo TeamNew England was held to a season-low 20 points, but that was still enough to earn a victory.
Patriots Amendola Expected To Help Fill Edelman's Shoes At Wide ReceiverOthers players will also need to step up, but Amendola needs to catch a lot more passes going forward.
TNF Fantasy Starters: Bills Vs. Jets - Who To Play, Who To PassThe New England Patriots are the clear favorite to win the AFC East, but there's plenty of opportunity for the rest of the division to secure a Wild Card spot in the playoffs.
Rex Ryan Leads Bills In His Return To Battle Jets On Thursday Night FootballThe New York Jets fired Rex Ryan after the 2014 NFL season and now Ryan is leading the Buffalo Bills into enemy territory in his first game back since his termination.
CBS Sports' Solomon Wilcots: Saints' Offensive Line Is Deteriorating In Front Of BreesSolomon Wilcots took some time to speak on three big games coming up in week six and who he feels may end up in the Super Bowl.
Rex Ryan Adds Swagger To Giants - Bills ContestIt is fitting that on the 25th anniversary of the New York Giants' victory over the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXV that these two franchises meet in a regular season match-up.
Team Grades: Patriots Survive Bills Rally After Second-Half LetdownWhat looked like a blowout eventually turned into a nail-biter.
Bill Belichick And Rex Ryan Look To Renew Their RivalryBelichick and Ryan may not like each other, but they respect each other.
Patriots Face Old Foe Rex Ryan In Week 2 BattleRyan's departure from the New York Jets didn't end his rivalry with Bill Belichick.
Patriots Opponent Profile: Luck Gets Another Shot At BradyAndrew Luck will need to break a winless streak against Tom Brady to earn his first Super Bowl appearance.
Josh McDaniels Is In The Mix For A Head Coaching PositionNew England's offensive coordinator says he's happy where he is, but at least one NFL team is seriously interested in interviewing him.