The NFL is in the middle of the season and there are plenty of questions to be answered in the coming weeks.
The season will begin with a few games played in Week 1 and it could very well continue for weeks on end.
Here are five things we know for sure right now:1.
The Bills will start the season 0-4.
The Bills have been in a tailspin since they were benched by the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 2.
Buffalo has struggled in the early going, ranking dead last in the NFL in points scored per game (8.5).
Their defense has also been awful, ranking 31st in points allowed per game, while the offense ranks 28th in yards per attempt (6.3).
The Bills will try to get back on track in Week 3 against the New England Patriots.
This game will be the first of a back-to-back set of games for Buffalo in 2017.
This could also be a chance for Buffalo to start to get their game going again.2.
The Saints are 1-3 in the last three weeks.
After a bye week, New Orleans hosts the Atlanta Falcons in Week 4.
If the Saints can keep up their dominant play of late, this game could be a huge game for New Orleans to get its season back on the right track.3.
The Broncos will be 0-3 after the bye week.
Denver is 2-4 since the beginning of the 2017 season, which is the worst stretch in franchise history.
After starting the season with a 1-1 record, Denver has now gone 3-1 and has won just one of its last five.
If Denver can get back to winning ways, this could be one of the best games of the year.4.
The Raiders will be 2-2 after the break.
After their Week 3 loss to the Carolina Panthers, Oakland has won four straight games to set a franchise record for the most consecutive victories.
This would be a great chance for Oakland to show that it can keep winning and get back into the playoffs after an ugly stretch of games.5.
The Rams will be 3-3 with a bye following their Week 4 win over the Arizona Cardinals.
After going 2-1 in their last four games, the Rams have been 2-6 in their past six.
With a bye this week, the win streak could start to come to an end.