C.J. Spiller came up big again, but solid defense, special teams and quarterback play also helped the Buffalo Bills break into the win column last week.
The Cleveland Browns are still looking for the right combination that will help them earn their first victory in nine games, which they'll try for Sunday against a Buffalo team looking to end an eight-game road slide.
After committing four turnovers and recording no sacks in a 48-28 road loss to the New York Jets a week earlier, the Bills (1-1) did not give the ball away and had five sacks in a 35-17 victory over Kansas City on Sunday.
"I think that's a great winning formula,'' said Buffalo's Ryan Fitzpatrick, who had two touchdowns and 178 passing yards after getting picked off three times in the opener. "Looking at what we did this offseason, that's something we wanted to do: limit turnovers. And you saw with the so many additions we made, we have a dominant defense, which I think we've got a good shot at doing that."