Found November 09, 2012 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Buffalo Bills defensive end Chris Kelsay hopes to play Sunday against the New England Patriots after finding out his neck injury is not serious, ESPN.com reported. Kelsay sustained the injury during a practice drill Thursday and did not return. Bills coach Chan Gailey said Friday Kelsay's playing status could be a game-time decision. "It's not major, but I don't know if he can get ready for this week," Gailey said. "We have to wait and see how the treatment goes." Kelsay did not practice Friday. The 10-year veteran has 14 tackles and two sacks this season. The Bills are thin at defensive end as Mark Anderson, another starter, will miss his fourth game with a left knee injury.
BEST OF MAXIM
Buffalo Bills defensive end Chris Kelsay has hurt his neck in practice, leaving his status uncertain for this weekend's game at New England.
Coach Chan Gailey provided few details Thursday except to say Kelsay was undergoing tests, and he'd know more on Friday. The 10th-year veteran was escorted off the field by a team trainer shortly after the start of practice.
Buffalo Bills DE Chris Kelsay says that doctors have determined his neck injury to be nothing too serious, and he hopes to be out there on the field when the team takes on the Patriots Sunday. His status will most likely be a game time decision. "It's not major, but I don't know if he can get ready for this week," head coach Chan Gailey told ESPN. "We have...
Buddy Nix is like everyone else in Buffalo; fed up with the team’s quarterback play. The only difference is that Nix is the Bills’ general manager, and his criticism could have an adverse effect on the team.
There are undoubtedly times when a player needs to be called out, reprimanded or otherwise have a fire lit under their keister, but the time probably isn’t 13 months into...
The Monday after a loss is something resembling the apocalypse around NFL facilities. For the fans, it resembles something similar to the Saturday morning hangover. Even worse is a loss where the fans, players, coaches, owners, corporate sponsors etc. can see the Promised Land known as the playoffs slipping away. Make no mistake about it, this cloud of darkness hung ominously...
(Eds: Updates with quotes, details. With AP Photos.) By JOHN WAWROW AP Sports Writer Out of the doghouse and back in the Buffalo Bills' starting lineup, cornerback Leodis McKelvin is determined to prove himself no matter how daunting a challenge it will be to prepare for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
McKelvin can't pick and choose his opponents nor control the...
Buffalo Bills (3-5) at New England Patriots (5-3)
Poor Bills. Last week they had to face the Texans and now they have to face the Patriots. Well, maybe it’s not so bad. While teams struggle as double digit dogs before being double digit dogs, 22-42 ATS since 2002, a situation the Bills lost in last week, it’s the exact opposite for double digit dogs after being double digit dogs...
Three and six. That is what the Buffalo Bills are staring right in the face on Sunday if they can’t pull out a win against the hated New England Patriots.
The team needs a win to save their season and give them a glimmer of hope that this could still be the year that they end their 12 year playoff drought. However, there really isn’t that much confidence that the team can get...
Buffalo Bills play try to knock off the division leading Patriots Sunday at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.
If you are looking for a game to watch Sunday afternoon, this matchup has fireworks written all over it! The (3-5) Buffalo Bills travel to Foxboro to take on Tom Brady and the (5-3) Patriots in a key AFC East showdown. Their first meeting on September 30th ended with the Patriots avenging a 21-3 hole to have a huge 2nd half in a 52-28 blow out.
In the second half, Brady threw for...
Believe it or not NFL.com has this Sunday's match-up between the Buffalo Bills (3-5) vs. the New England Patriots (5-3) ranked as the fourth most intriguing game on the docket.It may not be intriguing because it's between two power house teams, in fact it's between the first place Patriots and last place Bills.It's not pitting two dominant defenses against powerhouse...
Bruschi's Breakdown -- Buffalo Bills shouldn't pose threat to New England Patriots - ESPN Boston:...
Devin McCourty picking off one of his two passes against the Bills in Week 4
Buffalo Bills (3-5) @ New England Patriots (5-3)
In week 4, the Patriots beat the Bills 52-28, which sounds like (and eventually was) a sound beating but in the the 3rd quarter the Bills led 21-7 before the Patriots tore off 6 straight scoring drives. The Patriots gave up 438 yards of total offense but...
The New England Patriots host their AFC East Rival Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium on Sunday at 1 p.m.
After a much needed bye week, the New England Patriots get back into action on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills at home. The Patriots beat Buffalo 52-28 in late September. This week’s game could be another high scoring game for Patriots as they will be playing a injury riddled Buffalo team. Here are your CLNS [...]
There's only so many ways you can talk about a bully beating up the nerdy kid and stealing his lunch money before it gets boring.
I tried to come up with a new angle to discuss the Bills-Patriots "rivalry" for this week's predictions post, but ended up taking a different approach for my submission because it got too lengthy. Instead, I thought I'd...