Bills fans take some time, soak it up.

September 26, 2011 Updated Sep 26, 2011 at 2:08 PM EDT

By WKBW News

September 26, 2011 Updated Sep 26, 2011 at 2:08 PM EDT

It's still early, and Bills fans have learned over the years to restrain their enthusiasm.. but enjoy this one.

For a third straight Monday Bills fans are smiling.. and there is plenty to like. At 3-and-0 the Bills are the last remaining undefeated team in the AFC and in sole possession of the division lead. Oh... and they also just beat the New England Patriots in comeback fashion.

I was right there with you Bills fans. Down 21-0 saying "here we go again"...but this is a different team under Chan Gailey. The head coach has his players believing in each other, believing in the process.. and winning. This is a hard working team. A resilient team. A relevant team.

Hey.. If you are going to snap a 15 game losing streak, you might as well do it in style right?. Might as well intercept Tom Brady four times to fight back from a three touchdown deficit. Might as well get Bill Belichick all fired up at the end only to watch the Bills run the clock down and then kick the game winning field goal.

Those in attendance on Sunday know that after wards it was a wild, memorable scene at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Thousands of fans stuck around following Rian Lindells game winning kick, and players soaked it up. Down in the tunnel players took the time to acknowledge the fans and embrace the victory. It had been a long time coming for guys like Chris Kelsay, one of only four Bills players that were with the team the last time they beat the Patriots in 2003.
And what a moment for Fred Jackson who walked up the tunnel with his son to the chants of "Freddy, Freddy, Freddy".

Are the Bills for real?? They took another huge step Sunday in proving that they are, but players were quick to say this team has a long way to go. Still the numbers have been amazing. The Bills offense continues to be the highest scoring group in the NFL. In fact, with 34 points against the Patriots on Sunday the Bills have now scored 113 through the first three weeks. That is a new team record.

Other numbers.. The Bills offensive line has surrendered only two sacks through the first two weeks. WHAT?? Oh.. and with 4 interceptions the Bills turnover ratio moved to +5 on the season.

What's it all mean? Time will tell.. but for now.. enjoy it Bills fans.