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The 2012 NFL season has been filled with disappointment for the Buffalo Bills. Now that the regular season is over, the Bills will be looking ahead to free agency, the 2013 NFL Draft and the 2013 regular season. The Bills were a trendy pick to reach the playoffs at the start of the 2012 season but their season unraveled, and lost seven of their last nine heading into week 17. The NFL regular season format is set up years in advance and now that the season is over, Bills fans can now look ahead to see their opponents in 2013. Dates and times of the games will be determined this spring.
Teams from the AFC East will be playing their usual home and away series with divisional foes while playing teams from the AFC North and the NFC South. At-large games are determined by your division finish and will be against teams from the AFC West and the AFC South this season.
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The Bills are 5-10 and set to miss the playoffs for a 13th straight season. As a result, significant changes could be in order for the entire team.
Whether or not Chan Gailey would be fired has been a touch-and-go subject as of late. General manager Buddy Nix has been telling anybody that would listen that all the team needs is a new quarterback. Obviously the issues run deeper than that as Gailey is gone.
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The Bills have fired coach Chan Gailey, according to Jerry Sullivan of the Buffalo News. This comes a s a mild surprise as GM Buddy Nix had said that Gailey was safe.
However, in his 3 years as coach the Bill never reached the playoffs and never really improved. Gailey finished with a 16-32 record (.333), a worse winning percentage than Gregg Williams, Mike Mularkey and Dick...
Heading into the new year, the best of college bowl season is upon us. With the BCS games and other big time matchups kicking off on January 1st, the new year is certain to bring good football. One game everyone will watch is the Rose Bowl, featuring the Big 10 representative Wisconsin Badgers versus the Pac 12 champion Stanford Cardinal. Although many expect Stanford to win this...
The Buddy Nix and Chan Gailey era in Buffalo seems to have run its course.
Reports are that both will be let go within the next week.
Bills sources indicated the decision on the team's top two football men lies with owner Ralph C. Wilson Jr. and that Wilson had yet to make a decision on any of his employees.
The common thought is that Gailey is a sure thing to get fired...
A dismal season all around for both of these teams, but the Buffalo Bills managed to come out on top and finish the season on a high note, routing the New York Jets 28-9.
The Jets, due to a concussed Greg McElroy, gave an opportunity to Mark Sanchez once again only for him to disappoint. He turned the ball over twice, with of course, in what has become his season trademark, threw...
Chan Gailey has been fired by the Buffalo Bills after three losing seasons.
The announcement was made Monday, a day after the Bills closed out another disappointing season with a 28-9 win over the New York Jets.
Buffalo finished 6-10, and Gailey leaves with a 16-32 record in his three seasons. There was no immediate word on the status of general manager Buddy Nix.
In a hopeful...
Bills running back C.J. Spiller hit a brick wall on most of his runs Sunday against the Jets (just 2.5 yards per carry) but he was able to salvage the afternoon by hauling in a 66-yard strike from quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.Fantasy Spin:The touchdown was Spiller's eighth of the season (two receiving, six rushing). Spiller's 1,244 yards rushing in 2012 are a career-high...
The Buffalo Bills have fired head coach Chan Gailey, following a disappointing 2012 season. The Bills finished the year with a 6-10 record, and the expectations were much higher in Buffalo following last offseason’s spending spree, highlighted by the signing of Mario Williams.
The Bills won their final game of the season at home over the New York Jets on Sunday, but it was not...
The Buffalo Bills fired coach Chan Gailey on Monday, according to the Buffalo News. General manager Buddy Nix might also be let go. Gailey, 60, went 16-32 in three seasons, including 6-10 in 2012. The Bills went 4-14 against NFL East opponents under Gailey. He reportedly has two years left on his contract. The Bills' defense gave up 435 points, 31st in the league,...
The hits keep on coming: Chan Gailey has been fired by the Buffalo Bills. Gailey, hired by the Bills before the 2010 season, hadn't been a head coach in the league since 1999 with the Cowboys and had a 16-32 record in three seasons with Buffalo. The Bills haven't made the playoffs since 1999, the longest streak in the league.
Gailey's hiring was criticized at the time...
After 3 seasons and a combined 16-32 record, the Bills have decided to relieve Chan Gailey of his duties as head coach of the team as reported by the Buffalo News. The firing was expected by fans after the team greatly fell short of expectations this season. Gailey is the first victim of a reported “house cleaning” that may be on the way. According to a tweet from the official...
C.J. Spiller scored on a 66-yard catch and run in helping the under-achieving Buffalo Bills end their season with a 28-9 win over the New York Jets on Sunday.
Safety Bryan Scott also returned an interception 20 yards for a touchdown for the Bills (6-10), who snapped a three-game skid. Both AFC East rivals had already been eliminated from playoff contention.
Despite the win, the...
Though the outcome of Sunday’s matchup against the New York Jets may be uncertain, personnel changes in the offseason are looking more and more absolute for the Buffalo Bills. After a number of additions this past offseason boasted expectations of a strong season to come, those hopes fell flat with inconsistent play and a plague of injuries across the board. As the losses have...
The Buffalo Bills affixed a ''WWFD'' decal on the back of their helmets for Sunday's game against the New York Jets to honor two fallen West Webster volunteer firefighters.
Michael Chiapperini and Tomasz Kaczowka were killed in a Christmas Eve ambush when they arrived at a scene of a fire in the Rochester, N.Y. suburb. William Spengler set his lakeside home ablaze...