Didn't get to see the game, but from seeing the box score and the highlights, here are my two snap judgments (to steal a phrase):
1. The thing that impressed me most about the Bills' offense is their ability to sustain very long scoring drives (even ending in TDs). It seemed they were regularly starting out deep within their own territory, but they sustained those drives and scored TDs on a few of them. Being able to score TDs even when you have bad field position is a huge credit to this offense and will help them go far this season.
2. Earlier this week, someone was comparing the Pats' no-huddle offense to the Bills' offense of the early 90s. Der Jaeger clearly explained how the two offenses are entirely different, and how different Kelly and Brady are/were as QBs. Well, on the highlights, I certainly saw one aspect of playing the game in which Brady simply doesn't hold a candle to Kelly.
On the helmet-batted-ball INT by Florence, you see Brady lollygagging over toward the sideline where Florence is heading to the endzone. That is simply inexcusable. It's not like the Pats were getting blown out. In Kelly's day, if he threw an INT, he would just about kill himself rather than let that defender score. Brady is a great QB, but in that aspect of the game, he simply doesn't match up to Kelly. IMO, that was a weak play on Brady's part.
Those are my snap judgments. And I'm still not Don Banks.