Found December 04, 2011 on
The audio aftermath of today's 23-17 loss to the Titans is below:
Coach Chan Gailey
BEST OF MAXIM
Ryan Fitzpatrick tied a team mark Sunday by hitting 10 different receivers with passes in the game against the Titans.
It was just the fourth time that’s happened in team history and the first time since Sept. 8, 1985 when Vince Ferragamo used 10 receivers in a game against San Diego.
Joe Ferguson did it in 1984 against the Jets and Johnny Green and Tommy O’Connell teams up to...
Ryan Fitzpatrick a couple of weeks ago talked about each guy looking in the mirror to see what they could do to help stem the tide and end Buffalo’s losing streak. That’s why he’s out to improve his passing accuracy.
“I think consistency is probably the biggest one,” he said of the things he’s trying to do with his game specifically. ”Going out there and being efficient...
Sometimes the NFL's landscape changes faster than we can adjust for those changes. This is one of those cases. Five weeks ago, the Buffalo Bills were 5-2 and in the chase for an AFC East crown. Five weeks and five losses later, their season is all but over. With their latest loss, coming at the hands of the Tennessee Titans, any hopes of a post-season run do seem to be lost...
After going 80 yards on 11 carries with a touchdown in the first half, C.J. Spiller had just three carries in the second half. Head coach Chan Gailey explained why that happened on Monday after watching film.
“You’d have liked to (run more), but he touched the ball in the second half on the second and third series and touched it a couple of times on each, but we were so far behind...
Ending a five-game losing streak is naturally the first order of business for the Bills as they head to San Diego this weekend. If they can do that the players know it’s step one toward achieving what is quickly becoming the primary goal for the team.
Head coach Chan Gailey said on Monday that there’s a sense of urgency to get that accomplished with four games to play.
Buffalo fell to the Titans, 23-17, to lose their fifth game in a row.
Ryan Fitzpatrick had 288 yards and a TD passing, while C.J. Spiller had an extremely impressive day with 83 yards and a TD rushing. Steve Johnson had 5 receptions for 52 yards and a TD, while Brad Smith added 72 yards on 7 catches.
The Buffalo Bills just couldn’t convert all of the yards they got offensively into enough points to win today. Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 29 of 46 passes for 288 yards with 1 TD pass and 0 INTs. C.J. Spiller was pretty solid in this game as he rushed for 83 yards on 14 carries (5.9 ypc) with 1 TD run. He also caught 3 passes for 19 yards (6.3 avg) for the Bills in this game...
It wasn't Gregg Williams punting from the New England 32-yard line nine years ago. But Chan Gailey had one of his lesser moments as the Bills' head coach Sunday when he opted to punt from the Tennessee 42-yard line on fourth-and-6 with 36 seconds left in the third quarter.
The Bills were trailing at that point, 20-10. That's only two scores. But Gailey could have made...
The New York Jets are coming off a 28-24 road loss to the New York Jets. The Bills took a 24-21 fourth quarter lead, but Mark Sanchez's fourth touchdown pass of the game, this one to Santonio Holmes, with 1:01 left to play gave the Jets the win.What I saw from Buffalo that game, and the others of theirs I've seen, after the jump.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is very much a system...
With both of Buffalo’s top two nose tackles on injured reserve in Kyle Williams and Torell Troup, the Bills have just a couple of options left to man that demanding spot when they go to their 3-4 front.
Of late the Bills have played a lot more 4-3 looks against the Dolphins and Jets the past two weeks. Whether that continues remain to be seen. But if they do go to their 3-4 front...
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey is not optimistic either tight end Scott Chandler or rookie cornerback Aaron Williams will play at San Diego this weekend.