ESPN analyst thinks Bills will ‘get back to business’ vs. Lions (video)

Since being dubbed the Super Bowl favorites throughout the early portions of 2022, the Bills have taken a step back.

The Bills (7-3) are 2-2 overall in their past four games. During that .500 spell, the team lost two-straight games and even in their wins, such as the 31-23 victory over the Browns last week, there have been lulls.

However, one ESPN analyst thinks that’s set to change. During a segment on “NFL Live,” Marcus Spears said he thinks the Bills will get back on track against the Lions on Thanksgiving.

“I think the Bills listened to a little bit of the noise,” Spears said. “Now I think the Buffalo Bills are about to get back to business.”

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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire