It feels good, doesn't it? The Bills have a very good shot now at making the playoffs after beating the Denver Broncos, 20-3 on Sunday at New Era Field.

The win moves the Bills record to 8-3, which is the first time they've had that record through the first 11 games since 1996 when the hall of fame Jim Kelly was still throwing passes for Buffalo.

That year the Bills lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars in the wild-card round at home, which is also the last time the Bills had a home playoff game.

Quarterback Josh Allen threw two touchdowns and rookie running back Devin Singletary had his first-career 100-yard rushing game.

..oh and fellow running back Frank Gore made NFL history as he passed Barry Sanders to move to third on the all-time rushing leaders list -- only behind Emmitt Smith and Walter Payton.

It's a quick turnaround for the Bills though since they next play this Thursday (Thanksgiving) at the Dallas Cowboys.

Go Bills!