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BY DAN BEGNOCHEBuffalo Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine promised change when he took over for the maligned Dave Wannstedt in January.The Bills' defensive squad is now noticing those changes, and they like what they see. (photo: Matt Britt, Flickr)Defensive end Mario Williams and linebacker Nigel Bradham are the latest Bills to tout Pettine's work. The players, both coming into their second year with the team, had similar observations about the differences between Wannstedt's scheme and Pettine's, mainly the latter's up-tempo style.For Williams, who saw his numbers jump back up in 2012 toward the end of the season, said that faster pace along with playing multiple positions is bound to create some interesting match-ups."There are times where I could not even tell you what position I play because I really do not know," he said Thursday. "It is all over the place. It is definitely something that is going to put different match-ups out there on...
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According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Buffalo Bills are looking to draft Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib with the 8th overall pick. If for some reason they’re unable to get him, they’ll look to trade down.While Nassib could end up being a franchise quarterback, the Bills might be reaching if they take him in the top-10. Need NFL Tickets? The post Mort: Bills targeting...
According to Joe Buscaglia of WGR 550 in Buffalo, even though there has been some talk about the Bills targeting Ryan Nassib with the 8th overall pick, they could also end up taking USC’s Matt Barkley.Nassib to the #Bills is the toast of draft rumor talk right now, but don’t forget about Barkley. They like him a lot, too. Two-horse race.— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) April...
With minicamp underway in Buffalo, players are already noticing the big difference between former head coach Chan Gailey and new coach Doug Marrone... and they're liking what they see.
Marrone and staff are looking to make practices more interesting and getting players excited during drills. “There’s a huge difference,” running back Fred Jackson said, via Tim Graham of...
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Last time the Bills opened at home against the Patriots was in 2003.
In the Bills history, no debuting coach has won their season opening game. NONE!
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Optimism surrounding NFL teams is at its highest at this point in the offseason. The inadequacies of the roster and the blunders from last season are in the rear view mirror. The Bills have just concluded their voluntary mini-camp, the draft is quickly approaching, and training camp and the preseason aren’t too far away.
At mini-camp, the buzz was all about the tempo. Practice...