COACHING: The Bills made good defensive adjustments after being gouged by running back Peyton Hillis during the Browns first possession, and the offense, while not hugely productive, was efficient. Chan Gailey won a crucial challenge. Most importantly, the team rebounded from last week and finished the deal. Grade: B
OFFENSE: Fred Jackson got stronger as the game progressed and finished with 112 yards behind yet another different offensive line combo. Ryan Fitzpatrick did a good job of managing the game and David Nelson made a great catch for the only touchdown. Grade: B-minus
DEFENSE: Forced five fumbles, two of which they recovered, and Leodis McKelvin made a key interception late in the fourth quarter to put the issue to rest. Hillis did rush for 108 yards, but fumbled three times and Jake Delhomme threw for just 86 yards. Grade: B-plus.
SPECIAL TEAMS: Did a good job limiting dangerous punt returner Joshua Cribbs to one return for seven yards. Rian Lindell connected on field goals from 30- and 19-yards and Brian Moorman averaged 43.5 yards per punt and put one inside the 20. Grade: B
OVERALL: Well, they rebounded from last week’s debacle and didn’t let this one slip away. They are playing for pride and draft position these last three weeks. Grade: B