A few numbers regarding Week 3 of the NFL season…Chan Gailey’s team has been one of the surprises of the first 2 weeks, routing the Chiefs in Kansas City and rallying to beat the Raiders at home.  However, this is a different week because the Bills have lost 15 straight meetings to the Patriots dating back to ’03, the longest active such streak in the NFL. Buffalo has already scored 79 points, the most in the league after 2 weeks, but has been held to 17 points or less in 13 of these 15 losses to New England...<!--more-->The Detroit Lions are in the midst of a 6-game winning streak, the franchise’s longest since winning its final 7 games way back in 1995. Even more impressive is the fact that the Lions have allowed 86 points in their last 6 games dating back to ’10 (14.3 PPG), this after giving up 29.4 PPG in their previous 60 games dating back to start the ’07 season. It was that year which began a stretch of 3 straight campaigns in which the Lions gave up the most total yards and points in the NFL, a “feat” not scene in the league in more than 50 years…The same season that QB Jay Cutler arrived in Chicago was also the same year the Packers hired Dom Capers to be their defensive coordinator. And the veteran coach has had his way with the Bears’ strong-armed signal-caller. In 5 meetings vs. the Packers dating back to ’09 (including playoffs), Cutler is 1-4 as a starter, throwing just 4 TD passes and 10 interceptions, 2 or more INTs in 3 of those contests.  The teams meet Sunday in a rematch of last season’s NFC Championship Game, a game Cutler left in the third quarter with a knee injury after completing just 6-of-14 passes for 80 yards and an interception…It’s incredibly safe to say that the Indianapolis’ offense is missing QB Peyton Manning as the team has managed just 2 touchdowns during its 0-2 start. In fact, the Colts have scored just 26 points in 2 games this season, this after scoring 27 or more points in 10-of-16 regular-season games in 2010. It doesn’t get any easier for QB Kerry Collins and company this Sunday night when the Steelers, fresh off a shutout of the Seahawks, come to town…At the other end of the spectrum these days are the Texans, who seek the franchise’s first 3-0 start this weekend at the Superdome. Armed with coordinator Wade Phillips, the Texans have allowed an NFL-low 20 points in 2 games this season, this after giving up 24 or more points in 14-of-16 games in 2010. Of course, slowing down QB Drew Brees and the Saints’ passing attack is a much different story…