So, here we are nearing the midpoint of the season and a win on Sunday would move the Pats to 6-2, firmly in grasp of first place in the division and in position to contend for a bye in the AFC. Like I said when I started the Week 4 thread, the Zombie Pats are not dead yet. The Bills made the playoffs last year for the first time since Bill Clinton was President, but have taken several steps backwards in 2017. They come into the game with a pretty good defense (-1.4% DVOA good for 6th in the league according to the Football Outsiders). But their offense is bad, like really, really bad. Through 7 weeks of the season they have a -53.2% DVOA, the worst offense through 7 weeks that the Outsiders have ever measured, and the latest into the season any team has ever been below -50%. This team stinks on offense and should not be able to generate enough yards and points to beat the Pats this weekend, even if the Pats weapons are limited (Sony almost certainly out, Gronk's status uncertain). Tom Brady is 28-3 against the Bills since he became the starter for the Pats. A win on Sunday in Buffalo would be Brady's 15th in Orchard Park, moving him past Drew Bledsoe as the QB with the most wins in Buffalo's home stadium since 2001, and yes that includes every single QB who has started for Buffalo during that time frame. The Bills suck. Win.