No, really. The Bills haven't had a record as good as 6-2 since the 1993 team started the season 7-1 in their first eight games.

That year featured the likes of Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas, Andre Reed, Don Beebe, Bruce Smith, and Darryl Talley.

The 2019 Bills improved to 6-2 after their 24-9 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday afternoon.

Quarterback Josh Allen looked good, throwing for two touchdowns and no turnovers.

The big story was rookie running back Devin Singletary running for 95 yards on 20 carries and catching 3 passes for 45 yards. He scored one of the Bills three touchdowns.

The Bills schedule looks pretty favorable coming up, as their next three games are against the Cleveland Browns (2-6), Miami Dolphins (1-7) and the Denver Broncos (3-6).

The 2019 team certainly isn't as impressive as the Super Bowl appearance Bills teams but they're beating the teams they should be and fans are expecting just their second playoff appearance since 2000.