The Bills had the benefit of a day off Tuesday. They'll begin installing the game plan for the Jets match up on Wednesday morning, and they do so pretty healthy - having suffered no known injuries against Carolina.
The Panthers keyed in on stopping running back CJ Spiller and were largely unsuccessful - as he averaged more than six yards per carry, and topped 100 yards.
With Spiller firing on all cylinders, the Bills outgained Carolina 436 to 308. There were some rough moments, but it was a largely efficient day.
Spiller likes where they're headed but says there's still work to do.
"We're definitely going in the right direction. We're definitely probably not using the tempo that we want offensive wise, so there's still some stuff that we can get better at. We hope that we don't get complacent after a win like this. We have some more games to play," Spiller said.
"The question for me is, how do we operate more efficiently? At the end of the day, that’s exactly what I’m looking for. I’m not worried about where the tempo is and where the tempo’s going. I’m more concentrated on the efficiency of what we’re doing and I think that’s the most important thing and that’s the one thing you can’t lose sight of as you go," said head coach Doug Marrone.