- Despite losing to the New York Giants this past Sunday, the Bills' defense can be commended for shutting down Odell Beckham Jr., limiting him to five catches on 12 targets for just 38 yards. After the game, the Bills defenders had more to say about Beckham Jr.'s personality than his performance, including detailing some post-whistle punches he attempted to throw. Stephon Gilmore got to learn about the receiver's "prima-donna" attitude first-hand.
“I don’t know what’s up with him," Gilmore told The Buffalo News. "He acts like nobody’s supposed to hit him and you’re supposed to let him catch the ball. He’s weird. He gets mad when you play physical with him. He’s weird. ... He’s different. It’s kind of like you’re playing your little brother and he gets mad at you for being too physical with him — throwing a tantrum. I’m like, ‘Man, we’re playing football. It’s a physical game.' ... He’s a prima donna. He feels like he’s on top of the world and nobody’s supposed to do anything to him."
- Almost as quickly as he was signed, Spencer Lanning has already been waived from the Bears. Lanning was never going to win the starting punting job away from Pat O'Donnell, but it's a good indicator of future work for Lanning that when time was a factor, he was the man chosen. Lanning did well as the relief punter, averaging 45.3 yards on three punts, as well as successfully holding three field goals without a miss, including a 54-yarder and game-winning 49-yarder by Robbie Gould.