AFC East Power Rankings after Week 3

The Dolphins dominated Week 3, but so did the Bills. Is Miami still no. 1 in our divisional power rankings?

Miami Dolphins, De'Von Achane
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2. Buffalo Bills (2-1)

It sure feels like a long way from that Week 1 loss to the New York Jets for these Buffalo Bills. At 2-1, the Bills are coming off another trouncing. Week 3 saw the Bills defeat the Washington Commanders by a score of 37-3, a week after beating the Raiders 38-10.

The final score looks as though the Bills might have had a huge offensive performance, but the fact is, Washington made it easy on Buffalo. Quarterback Sam Howell was just plain bad on Sunday, throwing four interceptions, with one of them being taken back for a touchdown by Bills' defender A.J. Epenesa. Howell was also sacked nine times on the day.

In total, the Bills defense forced five turnovers. Buffalo, on the other hand, had just one; an interception off Josh Allen.

Speaking of Allen, he did what he needed to do but didn't put on a spectacular performance by any means. Allen totaled 218 yards with one touchdown and that lone pick. Next week, Buffalo will take on the number one team on this list.