After one month of action, the Buffalo Bills are sitting pretty at 3-1 in the standings. The defense has come out looking like one of the best units in the National Football League. The offense has had a number of young, potential long-term pieces show significant promise.
On both sides of the ball, who have been the most impressive players after the first four weeks of the season?
Fans headed to Twitter to take part in Tuesday's late night discussion to give their votes on who has shined the brightest during a fast start for the Bills:
After John Brown and Cole Beasley, Knox has become the third go-to target for Josh Allen in the passing game. In the last two weeks, Knox has 155 receiving yards and a touchdown on six receptions.
The former Ole Miss standout is the only reliable large target that can come down with contested catches across the field. He has made players in all facets of the game and has improved week after week.
Edmunds is having a breakout second season on defense. The 2018 first round pick (16th overall) currently is the fifth-highest graded linebacker according to Pro Football Focus.
Hyde is the glue of this defense and it shows.
Brown and Hyde have been stellar over the first month of the season.
Brown was a well-known deep threat during his time with the Arizona Cardinals and Baltimore Ravens, but he is showing a more well-rounded game in the Bills offense. If he starts hitting the deep plays consistently with Allen, the box score is going to look really good after the season.
The secondary is a top-three unit in the NFL. It was hard to choose between the likes of Hyde, Tre'Davious White, and Jordan Poyer, but Hyde is the most important piece and he has shown it.
Over the last two weeks, Hyde has an interception and a forced fumble. He plays all across the formation and is a leader on and off the field. A glue guy in its most natural form.