The Buffalo Bills are a bit of a mess to figure out, but they seem to play to the level of their opponents. Even though their recent losses have been less than a touchdown, Ryan Fitzpatrick has been throwing, although a bit interception-prone against the better defenses. The spread offense may somewhat look like the Denver Broncos, but he’s no Kyle Orton. Fitzpatrick did well against the softer defenses in the league, such as the Jacksonville Jaguars and Cincinnati Bengals. His upcoming schedule is extremely tough after he struggled against the Pittsburgh Steelers. With stiff defenses with the Minnesota Vikings, the Cleveland Browns, the Miami Dolphins and the New York Jets, his production will be stifled. His value will be at best a low-end QB2 into the playoffs, but he should be dropped as waiver wire fodder, if you intend on entering the playoffs.