AFC Power Rankings Week 17: Steelers fall, Pats stay at No. 1

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Buffalo Bills. 9. player. 16. <p>2015 hasn’t gone as planned for the Bills, but they took care of business in Week 16 against the Dallas Cowboys. Save for a terrible red zone pick to Deji Olatyoe, Tyrod Taylor showed that he can be a franchise quarterback for years to come. In addition, rookie running backs Karlos Williams and Mike Gillislee combined for 169 yards and two touchdowns, so the future is bright in the Buffalo backfield even if LeSean McCoy isn’t in the picture.</p> <p>However, Rex Ryan had to be beyond frustrated that his beloved front seven didn’t record even one sack on Sunday. On the whole, the Buffalo front seven hasn’t played up to their billing this season, and you can bet that Rex will use a first round pick to address that underachievement.</p> <p>The Bills will look to reach the .500 mark on the season by defeating the Jets in Week 17.</p>. AFC East. 7-8

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