It's been a long time--25 years to be exact--since the Buffalo Bills finished first in the AFC East. As analyst Matt Sabuda points out, he was just 13 years old and current Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen wasn't born when the Bills took the 1995 AFC East title. That changed Saturday night when the Bills rode "an explosion of football energy" to pummel the Denver Broncos, 48-19, claiming the divisional title with two games remaining in the regular season. It may not be the last title. "This team's success is driven by legitimate and sustainable young talent," Sabuda said during this week's special edition of Beyond the Playbook.