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Buffalo Bills Week 14 Power Rankings

Here's where the Buffalo Bills sit in various power rankings after Week 14.

The Buffalo Bills moved to 6-6 on the season after their 30-21 victory over the Houston Texans. The team, currently the eighth seed, needs to go on a run and receive some help in the AFC, but the playoffs are still a possibility. After the win, here’s a look at where various media outlets have the Bills on their respective power rankings.


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Tyrod Taylor, a quarterback with 35 career attempts entering this season, hasn't thrown an interception since Week 4. Taylor's streak of 187 attempts without a pick is the longest in Bills history.

CBS Sports



They are 6-6 and alive in the playoff chase. Now they have to surge the final four weeks.

Fox Sports



The NFL’s most unpredictable team has stayed alive in the AFC playoff race by finally making a concerted effort to get the ball into Sammy Watkins’ hands. He has 267 yards and three touchdowns over his past two games.




That win over the Texans was a huge one in terms of making something out of Rex Ryan's freshman season in Buffalo. At 6-6, the Bills lie right in the middle of the AFC wild-card morass, and with a head-to-head victory against one of their potential combatants for the fifth or sixth seed (Houston) in their back pocket. How about that Tyrod Taylor, setting a Bills record for consecutive passes without an interception? Among the Bills QBs of yore, Joe Ferguson was known to throw a few picks. So was Jack Kemp. But I'm surprised Taylor bested Jim Kelly in that category.


To stay in the hunt, every game must be considered a must-win for the Bills. A victory over the Eagles on Sunday can keep the Bills alive in the Wild Card race and move them up in the NFL power rankings.


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