It looked like this was the year for the Buffalo Bills. The New England Patriots and Tom Brady aren't the same team from years ago, so the AFC East appeared up for grabs. After a 2-0 start, people for praising the Bills. EJ Manuel did a great job managing the offense over the first 2 weeks, as he completed 32/48 passes (67%) for 375 yards with 3 touchdowns (1 rushing) and 1 interception. However things has fallen apart for Manuel and the Bills the last 2 weeks. Manuel has gone 44/83 (53%) for 463 yards with 3 touchdowns and 2 interceptions, losing to the San Diego Chargers and Houston Texans.

It's only 2 loses but the Buffalo Bills wasted no time in benching the 2nd year quarterback. Manuel will now take a back seat to veteran Kyle Orton. Orton is in his 10th year but has only played in 13 games over the past 4 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs.

Expect the Bills to really focus on their run game with C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson. However this could mean bigger and better things for Sammy Watkins moving forward as Orton shows the confidence on the field that Manuel has lacked.

You should not have been owning Manuel unless you were in a 20 man league or a 2 QB league. I do not advise picking up Orton unless you are desperate in one of those types of leagues.