Bills fans had a pleasant start to the work week - after watching their team turn a complete a road win over the Dolphins on Sunday afternoon.
It was actually the Bills' first road win against a division opponent since the 2010 season.
Fans are still talking about Nickell Robey - the rookie from USC. His interception on Miami's first pass attempt set the tone for the afternoon - as he put the Dolphins in an early hole with the pick six.
Fans are also very happy with Fred Jackson's performance. The 32-year-old was a stalwart - despite suffering a setback to his knee injury in the game. Jackson was limited to 33 yards rushing, but scored the team's only offensive touchdown - and added 49 yards receiving to help the Bills stay in the game - while Mario Williams made the play that put the team over the top.
"Being around these guys, we all feed off of each other," Jackson said. "To be able to go out there and continue to push through it is something I wanted to do. I wanted the guys to know - I told them yesterday I'm going to give them everything I've got. Whatever it was I had in the tank I was going to leave it on the field with them. Guys fed off that and it allowed us to pull together and get a win."
"For the most part I just feel like I made my teammates happy," Robey said. "Just being a rookie and making a big play like that, it shows the older guys that I can play and I’m willing to do whatever it takes to stay on this defense."