Not sure if that headline necessarily applies this week.
The Bills are 0-5. They've been outscored 161-87 this season. They're coming into Baltimore, where the Ravens don't lose too often.
Don't know how many people in their right mind would pick Buffalo to pull off the road upset this weekend.
That said, the Bills are coming off a bye week and we've seen this year that crazy things can, and often do, happen in the NFL.
Here's how the Ravens and Bills match up statistically:
Ravens: 336.3 (16th)
Bills: 251.0 (30th)
Ravens: 111.5 (15th)
Bills: 106.4 (16th)
Ravens: 224.8 (16th)
Bills: 144.6 (31st)
Ravens: 280.5 (3rd)
Bills: 382.4 (29th)
Ravens: 105.5 (t-13th)
Bills: 182.4 (32nd)
Ravens: 175.0 (3rd)
Bills: 200.0 (10th)
Ravens: -4 (t-26th)
Bills: -2 (t-19th)
The Bills do have a couple of guys worth mentioning. They've got a quarterback in Ryan Fitzpatrick who has posted a 7-2 touchdown-to-interception ratio in his three games since being named the Bills' starter, and they feature a pair of solid running backs in Fred Jackson and rookie C.J. Spiller.
Outside of that, however, the Bills don't present many matchup problems on either side of the ball.
They've allowed over 200 yards rushing in each of their last three games, including a ridiculous 273 against the Jets three weeks ago. Ray Rice, Willis McGahee - have at it.
The Bills can't get off the field on defense (48 percent on third downs, second-to-worst in the NFL) and can't stay on the field on offense (26 percent on third downs, also second-to-worst in the league). Not exactly a method for success.
This should be a nice opportunity for the Ravens to bounce back from their disappointing finish in New England last weekend and roll into their bye week with an impressive 5-2 record.
Put me down for a 31-6 Baltimore win.
As always, I'll put it to you: How lopsided a score do you envision for Sunday?
Anyone think the Bills will make it a closer game than I expect? Anyone actually willing to predict an upset? If so, I'll have to ask you if you've started the weekend early with a few morning beverages.