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The first unlucky guy on this list is Chan Gailey, head coach of the Buffalo Bills since 2010. Gailey has posted a 10-22 record since taking over the team, a less than impressive record. Although the team had a great showing against a good Chief defense this past weekend, I still don't believe Gailey will last until 2013. It's obvious Ralph Wilson and Buddy Nix want to win now, and I believe that they are getting tired of these single-digit win seasons.The Bills actually got off to a hot start in 2011 going 4-0, but their success came and went as they finished the season with a 6-10 record.With six of their next nine games on the road, and against the likes of the Houston Texans and New England Patriots, it looks to be a rocky road for Buffalo. With their bye week coming in week eight of the season, Nix and Wilson might decide that they've seen enough and may fire Gailey mid-season.Next up on the list is Norv Turner of the San Diego Chargers. Now, this may come as a surp...
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Six years ago, quarterback Vince Young was riding it high after leading Texas past USC in the Rose Bowl, but according to documents, six years later Young is on the cliff of being financially broke according to records.Young, who is without of a team this season after being cut from the Buffalo Bills, his third NFL team since making it into the league, was trying to become the backup...
According to Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News, Bills running back Fred Jackson won’t need to undergo surgery on his injured LCL that after he underwent a range-of-motion examination on his injured knee and it was determined that everything looks fine.
“Fred Jackson said after his television show on WBBZ-TV Monday that a range-of-motion examination showed his lateral collateral...
The Buffalo Bills bounced back from their season opening defeat at the hands of the Jets with a 35-17 home opener victory over the hapless Chiefs. Of course, this being Buffalo and all, a few Bills fans decided to celebrate their team’s turnaround by punching each other in the stands. Best shots come at the 1:04 and 1:26 mark.
Having been to many a Bills game over the years...
There are two ways of looking at this.
Maybe VY just having a bad day and wanted to retweet someone who was making a terrible comparison, but was supporting him or VY really believes this.
If it is the former I get it, if it is the latter then you have your answer as to why he isn’t playing currently in the NFL.
I know all my haters are happy that I’m not playing football...
From the moment the ball was kicked off, two things were clear: The Bills were ready to play and the Chiefs were not. We watched two teams seemingly headed in opposite directions. The Bills showed they could rise above a stinker and play to their talent level while the Chiefs showed they either had no talent level or had no will.
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DALLAS (AP) -- Six years after entering the NFL as the third player taken in the draft, Vince Young finds himself without a team and with just a fraction of the money he received from a contract that guaranteed him 26 million.
The question is, where did it all go?
In an increasingly caustic war of words, attorneys have been arguing for months...
Talkamania 18 is here. I'm joined by The Scizz from Dear God, Why Us? Sports to review Bills/Chiefs. We talk about CJ Spiller becoming a star, tailgating, the defense and Fitzpatrick managing games. We also talk about the possibility of adding another Toronto game. Enjoy.
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C.J. Spiller came up big again, but solid defense, special teams and quarterback play also helped the Buffalo Bills break into the win column last week.
The Cleveland Browns are still looking for the right combination that will help them earn their first victory in nine games, which they'll try for Sunday against a Buffalo team looking to end an eight-game road slide.
Kansas City Chiefs – 17, Buffalo Bills – 35Ugly ugly ugly is all you can say about the Chiefs’ effort, especially QB Matt Cassel’s (304 total yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) through about three and half quarters. Two late touchdown passes with the game already decided are the only things that saved Cassel’s fantasy day. At some point, the Chiefs have to wonder if there’s any...
After starting last season with a 41-7 spanking in Arrowhead stadium, the Bills had their usual roller coaster season before falling apart, and finishing 6-10. Then this season came the promise of success throughout the Bills organization. As a Bills fan myself, I rode the bandwagon into the season with as high a hopes as anybody. Then Buffalo started by getting spanked down in...
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The Buffalo Bills earned their first victory of the 2012 season, destroying the Kansas City Chiefs 35-17 in the team’s hope opener at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Like last week against the New York Jets, running back C.J. Spiller proved to be the real deal carrying the ball 15 times for 123 yards, scoring two touchdowns,m and adding another 47 yards...
It looked like they had a few flaws in week one versus the Falcons, but then the Chiefs met a buzz-saw when they took on the Buffalo Bills in a week two clash in Orchard Park, NY.
The NFL has had its share of famous mustaches over time. Mike Ditka, Joe Namath and Walter Payton all made the mustache part of their iconic look. Now whiskers are again gaining buzz around the league. Head coaches Andy Reid and Jeff Fisher have both seen their mustaches get attention this season. Fisher, head coach for the St. Louis Rams, has been nominated for the Robert Goulet...