A visit from the defensively challenged Buffalo Bills might be what the banged-up Arizona Cardinals need to get back on track.
Now missing their top two rushers, the Cardinals look to rebound from their first loss of the season while trying to hand the reeling Bills a third consecutive defeat Sunday.
Arizona (4-1) was off to its best start in 38 years before being roughed up in a 17-3 loss at St. Louis last Thursday. Kevin Kolb was sacked nine times, second-year running back Ryan Williams suffered a season-ending shoulder injury and the Cardinals failed to total 300 yards for the fifth time in as many games.
A team which recently believed it was in for a special season now has some serious offensive concerns.
"We'll look at a lot of things that we've got to do, but I'm not going to panic," said coach Ken Whisenhunt, whose team has allowed 17 sacks in the past two games and a league-high 23 overall.
"We've got a team that's tough mentally. They'll bounce back from this."