Bills' defense showing signs of cohesion in Ryan's 2nd year (The Associated Press)

Kyle Williams would prefer seeing far more consistency before declaring the Buffalo Bills’ defense being much improved over last season. The dud Williams referred to was a 37-31 loss to the New York Jets in Week 2, when Buffalo allowed 493 yards and four touchdowns. This is no time for the up-and-down trend to continue with Buffalo (1-2) facing a key early season matchup at AFC East rival New England (3-0) on Sunday.