AFC Power Rankings: Patriots stay on top

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3-3. Buffalo Bills. 6. player. 16. <p>Look, E.J. Manuel throwing the ball 42 times isn’t exactly a winning formula for the Bills. Clearly, this team is much better with the mobility and exciting play of Tyrod Taylor. Don’t expect a quarterback competition to starting brewing in Buffalo, as Taylor is far and away the better player.</p> <p>Something that dragged the Bills down in Week 6 was the front seven’s inability to record even one sack on Andy Dalton, allowing the Bengals’ potent offense to hum all afternoon. In addition, Rex Ryan’s defense gave up 112 rushing yards, something that will definitely be the topic of coaches’ meetings this week.</p> <p>The Bills get the nod over the Colts because they defeated the horseshoes in Week 1, but they had better deal with the Jaguars next week. The Jets are sitting pretty with just one loss thus far, and the Dolphin are hot on the Bills’ tail.</p>. AFC East

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