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There's no question, Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey would prefer Ryan Fitzpatrick to be more consistent after the quarterback's worst start of the season and, perhaps, career.
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Justin Rogers saw full-time duty on kick returns Sunday against the Chargers, and according to head coach Chan Gailey that will continue this week against Miami.
When asked if Rogers would remain the team’s kick returner this week Gailey said that the rookie seventh-round pick would.
“Justin Rogers returning kickoffs was a positive,” said Gailey. ”I thought that looked good...
Demetrius Bell is going to get more playing time this week according to head coach Chan Gailey. In practice Wednesday Bell was getting quality reps.
Bell was lining up with Andy Levitre in two man blocking drills during individual position work Wednesday.
Gailey has not said whether Bell would start over Hairston.
They opened 5-2, but six straight losses by Buffalo has quieted a community in love with their team. The long-suffering nature of the Bills fan is not lost on coach Chan Gailey -- and he's promising better next season.
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey has no qualms about defending quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, even after a particularly onerous performance.
It seems like it's the same thing every week with this floundering Bills team.They are prone to so many poor decisions and just overall careless playing. It really is just sad. Nobody displays that better than quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who had quite possibly his worst game of the season. He is the definitive Jekyll and Hyde of Buffalo, and probably the whole league. You never...
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - There's no question, Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey would prefer Ryan Fitzpatrick to be more consistent after the quarterback's worst start of the season and, perhaps, career.Then again, Gailey adds the same concern would apply for the rest of his team in the midst of ...
The Buffalo Bills were a good team at the start of the season, racing to a 5-2 record behind quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Head coach Chan Gailey said he expects wide receiver Steve Johnson to be fine, according to the Bills' official website.
This is good news as Johnson sustained a hand injury in Week 14. But fantasy expectations should be tempered this weekend against the Dolphins, who held Johnson to a mere two catches for 16 yards back in Week 11.
Fans in Buffalo may be rabidly loyal to their team, but patience has never their strongest suit. Can you blame them? The Bills were flat out dominating the NFL for four straight seasons, but fell short in each of those Super Bowl trips and have floundered their way into anonymity ever since.
One of the primary reasons for this string of blundering seasons can be traced to the fact...
A handful of Buffalo Bills are hanging close in the fan voting portion of Pro Bowl balloting. Here’s where some of Buffalo’s players stand entering the last five days of voting.
George Wilson stands 2nd among AFC strong safeties.
Nick Barnett is 3rd among AFC ILBs
Ryan Fitzpatrick ranks 4th among AFC QBs
And Jairus Byrd has cracked the top 5 at free safety standing 5th among...