The best team in the NFL through two weeks has been the Buffalo Bills.
That may not be a surprise as Buffalo was the favorite to win the Super Bowl before the season.
But, they have looked better than advertised through two games.
After dominating the defending champion, Los Angles Rams, in Week 1, the Bills did the same thing to the Titans in Week 2.
Buffalo has a point differential of +55 which is 29 points higher than any other team in the NFL.
This team is led by quarterback and MVP favorite, Josh Allen.
Allen has been awesome so far throwing for 614 yards with 7 touchdowns and two interceptions.
Also, he has a completion percentage of 75.4% which is second in the NFL.
The top target for Allen is wide receiver, Stefon Diggs.
Every route is a Diggs route.@StefonDiggs' second TD of the game!
— NFL (@NFL) September 20, 2022
Diggs already has four touchdowns on the season on 20 receptions for 270 yards.
The only knock on the Buffalo offense is that they do not have much of a running game.
But, Allen usually leads the way on the ground as well.
Devin Singletary has 67 rushing yards to Allen’s 66, but the sole rushing TD this season belongs to the QB.
The defense for the Bills has been outstanding as well.
Holding the Rams to 10 points and the Titans to seven is very impressive.
They lead the league in takeaways with seven and have the second-fewest yards allowed this year with 215.0.
With two very impressive performances to start the season, it begs the question who can beat the Bills?
In Week 3, the Bills face off with division foe, Miami Dolphins.
The Dolphins are also 2-0 and looked great last week in a comeback victory over the Baltimore Ravens.
But, Dolphins QB, Tua Tagovailoa has struggled in his career against the Bills.
In three games, Tua has an 0-3 record to go along with 56.4% completion, one touchdown, and four interceptions.
The Bills’ defense has certainly had his number so far in his young career.
But, Buffalo should not take the Dolphins lightly.
Most Pass TD with 30+ Air Yards this season
Tua Tagovailoa 2
Josh Allen 2
8 players tied 1 pic.twitter.com/JirjJCHSGS
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) September 21, 2022
Those two receivers can be a problem for any defense and have greatly improved Miami’s offense.
After playing in Miami in Week 3, the Bills have more tough road games in front of them.
In week 4 they are in Baltimore, then have an AFC divisional playoff rematch in Week 6 against the Chiefs.
The schedule is very tough for the Bills, especially because the AFC is loaded with good teams.
It would be a surprise if the Bills head into Week 9 still undefeated, but if they are then a perfect regular season is a possibility.
The back half of the Bills’ schedule is soft, which is why if they are going to lose it will be within the next 4-5 weeks.
Either way, the end goal is not to go undefeated but instead to make the playoffs and win the Super Bowl.
The Bills are primed to be the number one seed in the AFC and make the road to the Super Bowl go through Buffalo.
But, for the rest of the regular season, it will be interesting to see which team or teams can slow them down.