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Inside the Bills:
– The Buffalo Bills and Orchard Park Fire District have teamed up to purchase an all-terrain all-weather emergency vehicle in an effort to enhance the team’s game day emergency response capabilities.
District Chief Dan Neaverth, Jr. said, “The collaborative effort involved in the purchase of this equipment exemplifies the team’s commitment to fan safety and game day experience. This public-private partnership will also greatly improve the Orchard Park Fire District’s 24/seven, 365 operation.”
The addition of the six-passenger ATV allows fire/rescue and EMS to better meet the challenges of game day operations, including quicker access to remote parking areas and inaccessible terrain surrounding Ralph Wilson Stadium. The vehicle includes features such as a 70-gallon fire suppression with F-500 foam capability and stokes basket for patient transport and will be utilized to meet various year-round needs by the Orchard Park Fire District in addition to those on game days.
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Chris Johnson needs 301 yards over the Titans' final five games to reach 1,000 for the season.
The Titans probably need wins in four out of those five games to reach 10 victories and have a shot at the postseason.
Both milestones would seem to go hand in hand.
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The Panthers and Bucs...
DEAR MR. FANTASY
This has been one of the most frustrating fantasy football seasons I can remember. It’s been a perfect storm of injuries and players failing to live up to expectations on the field. So, as I look over the rosters of my teams, I thought I would compile the list of the 10 most disappointing NFL fantasy football players for the 2011 season.
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Mike: Titans, 23-17. Just when we'd left them for dead after three consecutive blowout losses, the Bills played their most competitive game in a month before ultimately bowing to the Jets. The word you're looking for here is probably "schizophrenic". I think a major key this week is controlling Chris Johnson, who finally got back on track with 190 yards...
Last Week: 12-4
Tennessee @ Buffalo
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