There would be a natural inclination for Buffalo Bills fans to be, if not pushing the panic button, having their finger hovering over it. Think about what happened in the final seconds last week against the New York Jets . Not only did the Bills lose 20-17 to their AFC East rival , therefore tightening the division race, but star quarterback Josh Allen suffered an elbow injury which, most likely, will keep him out of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings at Highmark Stadium. But if the mood inside the Bills locker room this week is any indication, no one is panicking, and some of that relates directly to the leadership they have. In particular, Von Miller. Sign up for the Bills Blast newsletter Delivered straight to your inbox, additional Bills analysis, insight, stats, quotes and team history from Sal Maiorana "We’re 6-2. I’ve been on teams where it was the other way around, we were 2-6," Miller said. "It’s definitely no panic from my end and definitely not any panic from any coaches. We’ve just got to keep pushing. I reminded the guys of last year when I first got to the Los Angeles Rams, we were 7-1, then we lost the next three games. From the outside world, the sky was falling.