Los Angeles Chargers
The Chargers were the best team to not win in Week 1 thanks to turnovers and special teams. Los Angeles piled 541 total yards against the Chiefs and dominated time of possession but still lost 38-28. That’s just the type of team the Chargers are. They look good on paper and put up stats but find ways to lose games. But they get a layup here against the hapless Bills.
The Bills must sit at the bottom of the NFL power rankings thanks to the worst performance in Week 1. Buffalo managed a measly 153 total yards. Both Nathan Peterman and Josh Allen combined to complete just 11 of 33 passes with a whopping 2.1 yards per attempt. Returning to the New Era Field, they hope to salvage some dignity but are in for a rough outing against the potent Chargers.
The Chargers are 24-12-2 all-time against Buffalo including being 6-2 in their last eight meetings. This figures to stay consistent, especially with the status of each franchise. Los Angeles is built like a Super Bowl contender even if they underperform while the Bills, despite ending their playoff drought last season, are looking like the worst team in the league.