The 1-2 records in the past three weeks of the Atlanta Falcons and Buffalo Bills appear similar on the surface. But I don't have to tell you that looks can be deceiving, now do I? The Bills are averaging 13 points on a little over 120 yards passing and considerably less than 100 yards rushing per in that stretch. They've guaranteed themselves another losing season, despite the move for Terrell Owens in the summer and the promise showed by Trent Edwards in '08. The Falcons, on the other hand, put up a decent fight against the best team in the NFC and gutted out a tough road win at a decent New York Jets team over that span. They've kept their hopes for back-to-back winning seasons alive, and ignoring the debacle of a game that occurred when the Eagles came to town, they've looked a little l ...
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Article written by John McCurdy