OK, the Bills are 1-3 after a quarter of the season. Can they get to 8-8? 9-7? Let’s look at the rest of their schedule:

Mon 10/8 Dallas 8:30 pm 1-4 (Correct, BUF 24 DAL 25 in a MNF nail-biter.)
Sun 10/21 Baltimore 1:00 pm 2-4 (Correct, BUF 19 BAL 14.)
Sun 10/28 at NY Jets 4:05 pm 3-4 (Correct, BUF 13 NYJ 3.)
Sun 11/4 Cincinnati 1:00 pm 4-4 (Correct, BUF 33 CIN 21.)
Sun 11/11 at Miami 1:00 pm 5-4 (Correct, BUF 13, MIA 10.)
Sun 11/18 New England 8:15 pm 5-5 (Sunday Night Football in Buffalo!) (Correct, BUF 10, NE 56. OUCH!)
Sun 11/25 at Jacksonville 1:00 pm 5-6 (Correct, BUF 14, JAX 36.)
Sun 12/2 at Washington 1:00 pm 5-7 (Incorrect! The Bills win a nailbiter: BUF 17, WAS 16.)
Sun 12/9 Miami 1:00 pm 6-7 (Correct, the Bills are 7-6 after squishing the fish: BUF 38, MIA 17.)
Sun 12/16 at Cleveland 1:00 pm 7-7 (Incorrect, the Bills lose the Snow Bowl.  BUF 0, CLE 8.)
Sun 12/23 NY Giants 1:00 pm 8-7 (Incorrect.  BUF 21, NYG 38.)
Sun 12/30 at Philadelphia 1:00 pm 8-8 (Correct.  BUF 9, PHI 17.)

It’s looking like 8-8 right now to me. We’ll see.

Update (10/22): Figured I’d update this entry, noting my predictions to date. The Bills are 2-4 after their upset of the Ravens.

Update (11/5): The Bills are back at .500 with their defeat of the Bengals. The rest of my predictions should hold up, except for the last two games of the season. I think those games’ results will be reversed. The Bills should definitely reach 8-8, and have a great shot at 9-7.\

Update (12/3): The Bills finally break from my predictions, in a good way. Thanks to a decent defensive performance, Rian Lindell’s leg, and Joe Gibbs’ overeagerness to freeze said leg, the Bills won 17-16 over the Redskins.

Update (1/1/2008): The Bills limp out of the season 7-9.  I correctly predicted all but one of the wins and all but two of the losses.