The San Francisco 49ers open a home-heavy portion of their schedule following an impressive win.
The Buffalo Bills could use one of those as they begin a potentially rough stretch outside of western New York.
San Francisco goes for a sixth straight home win over an AFC opponent when the Bills try to end a five-game road skid against NFC foes Sunday.
Coming off a surprising 24-13 loss at Minnesota, the 49ers (3-1) routed the New York Jets 34-0 last Sunday for their first road shutout since Jan. 6, 2002, against New Orleans.
San Francisco is hoping all three phases are clicking again this week after holding the Jets to 145 total yards, recovering three fumbles, blocking a punt and rushing for a season-best 245 yards.
"This is more the way we are accustomed to playing," coach Jim Harbaugh said.
The 49ers can get used to playing at Candlestick Park as they'll play three straight and five of six in the Bay Area. A 27-19 winner over Detroit in its lone home game this season, San Fra...