First, I want to say that considering how your team played, and the Brady injury that looks like a season ending one, good luck following Whitner into the playoffs.
I really REALLY like how your team is built. Your pass defense wasn't really tested, so I don't really know what to say about it. But your run defense, blitzing, and defensive playcalling in general was(were?) dominant. Stroud and Mitchell help make that front 7 strong and scary and should be able to dominate several offensive lines in this league. Even without Locklear the Seahawks OL is not filled with chumps, and Matt Hasselbeck is a pretty smart and seasoned veteran QB. The playcalling especially I'm jealous of, I'd like to see something like that in Seattle with the talent that we have.
Something I am even more jealous of, is your special teams play. Not just the K, P and KR/PR like some teams seem to think. The whole special teams squad. In my opinion, the special teams were the difference between the Bills scoring 7, 10 or 13-14 points, and the 34 points scored today. Neither of the TDs were scored on a long field, and I don't have to recount to you all of the great things that your special teams did, and field position was consistantly close to midfield for your team.
Offensively, the power runner meshes well with the strong defense and special teams. The run wasn't particularly effective today, besides the TD rush. Lynch is special, but the blocking wasn't great for him. Not sure if it was the Seattle D, the OTs being in unfamiliar locations, or something else. But Trent Edwards I think is a real winner of a QB for your team.
The Seahawks definately looked bad today, and contributed to your team's dominance in a way no team should, but you have a lot going for your team and not a lot working against you. With that kind of pass blocking it doesn't matter how good your passing game is, your QB shouldn't lose games for you. Good luck again in the AFC East, I'd rather you all win the division than any of those teams.