Both at 2-2 and coming off major upsets versus teams expected to be in the thick of the playoff hunt, Cleveland and Buffalo are proving to be relentless, unflappable football teams. Incredibly, the two quarterbacks leading these teams have a combined seven career starts, and in the case of Brian Hoyer, he may have stolen the Browns job outright from Brandon Weeden with his impressive poise and overall performance in Cleveland's two-game win streak. Hoyer will welcome a Bills defense that's been stingier at home thus far than on the road.
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