It helped, too, that the offense was far more productive and efficient. The Bills scored touchdowns on three of their of their first five possessions, and didn't lose the ball a week after four turnovers — including three Ryan Fitzpatrick interceptions — led to the Jets scoring 24 points.
Fitzpatrick regards the game against Kansas City as a blueprint for Buffalo's success.
"I think that's a great winning formula," Fitzpatrick said. "Looking at what we did this offseason, that's something we wanted to do: Limit turnovers. And you saw with the so many additions we made, we have a dominant defense, which I think we've got a good shot at doing that.