subtitled: It's a Festivus Miracle!
Buffalo has a habit of helping other teams get well. There are several things to watch out for through the prism of the Bills' charitable inclinations.
Arizona's quarterback situation resembles the Holcomb-Losman insanity of the pre-Jauronian era. Kolb is the annointed starter and has a fat contract, much like Losman was. Meanwhile, Skelton hasn't been very good but then his chief attribute is that he isn't named Kolb. You can pretty much count of Buffalo to make whichever scrub is starting for Arizona look like an MVP candidate.
Arizona's offensive line was beyond terrible in their last game. I think they gave up 9 sacks and god knows how many QB hits. The Rams were able to make the Cardinals' linemen look thoroughly incompetent. The Rams, like Buffalo, have expended significant resources on the defensive line and in the secondary. Those expenditures paid dividends against Arizona. It's a good bet that that very same offensive line stonewalls Mario Williams, and possibly the rest of the defensive line as well.
In a related note, the Cardinals are one of the worst rushing teams in the league. Look for them to jump up to, oh, at least 29th in rushing after having the opportunity to gash Wannstedt's "defense" for a minimum of 150 yards. The Cardinals, as they do at QB, are making due with scrubs at RB. It won't matter.
Am I nuts or will Buffalo suffer another blow in Phoenix? Do you see Buffalo helping the Cardinals get over their own tough loss or could Buffalo beat what sure seems like a fellow bad team?