Robert Woods was the star of Buffalo’s offense in the Bills’ season-opening win against the Chicago Bears. (Photo: Mike Dinovo — USA Today Sports)
BBD Editor: Dan Hope
The Buffalo Bills weren’t able to come out on top in regulation, but they were able to pull together a win in overtime against the Chicago Bears, on the road, in their 2014 regular season opener.
Buffalo won the turnover battle, three to one, and had overall solid performances from all three of its units: offense, defense and special teams.
What did Buffalo do well to start its season with a one in the W column, and what must it do better to continue winning games and do so without needing overtime? Feel free to chime in and let us know what you think was positive or negative about the Bills’ season opener, but here’s a look at eight things we saw on the field Sunday.