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The Penalty Flag:
If Ryan Fitzpatrick would have scored a rushing touchdown he might as well should have lifted his shirt with "Bring Stevie Back" written on it.
After another confusing season for the Buffalo Bills and now quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is pleading to management to bring back the flamboyant Stevie Johnson who is asking for 7.5 million per-year.[...]
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FOXBORO, Mass. -- In late November, Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson shouldered the blame for the team's loss to the Jets, noting that his penalized touchdown celebration cost his team both field position and points. On Sunday at Gillette Stadium, Johnson proved he still hadn't learned his lesson, as he was benched in the first quarter following another flagged celebration...
Buffalo Bills receiver Steve Johnson isn't the first person to get a little carried away ringing in the new year.
He just picked wrong place for his celebration.
Bills coach Chan Gailey benched Johnson for drawing an excessive celebration penalty after he scored a first-quarter touchdown against the Patriots on Sunday. The Bills added another TD before New England scored the...
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson scored a touchdown during the Bills/Patriots affair yesterday and celebrated his score by revealing this message on his undershirt:
(Courtesy of Cosby Sweaters)
By Mike McDermottRyan Fitzpatrick's first-quarter touchdown pass to Stevie Johnson was momentous in that it took Johnson over the 1,000-yard mark for the season, but it also gave the Patriots a slice of history that they wanted no part of.
With the play, the Patriots have now surrendered 4,753 passing yards this season, which breaks the all-time record of 4,541 set by the 1995...
– KEEPING THE QUARTERBACK WELL-PROTECTED – The Bills allowed two sacks yesterday, raising their season total to 23; the figure finishes as the fewest by any NFL team in the 2011 season … 23 sacks are the 3rd fewest allowed by Buffalo in a 16-game season (16 in 1981, 20 in 1980) and tie as the 6th fewest allowed in team history (also allowed 23 in 1962).
FOXBORO - Buffalo Bills receiver Steve Johnson isn't the first person to get a little carried away ringing in the...
The Bills concluded a 6-10 season with an ugly 49-21 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday. Hear from coach Chan Gailey and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick below:
Coach Chan Gailey
Although the New England Patriots started off extremely slow, they finished strong and managed to clinch the No. 1 seed in the playoffs - which guarantees homefield advantage.
The first quarter was an absolute disaster. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw in two touchdowns and Tashard Choice ran in another one as the Buffalo Bills went up 21-0 in the first quarter.
Just like in the first quarter...
By Mike McDermott-Safety Patrick Chung, who has not played since Nov. 6 against the New York Giants, is back in action for the Patriots, and he's made his presence felt on a pair of key plays. On Buffalo's first drive, he stopped wide receiver Stevie Johnson a yard short of a first down with a bone-jarring hit, setting up a fourth-down play that Buffalo would convert using...