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Bills inactives: K Rian Lindell, CB Aaron Williams, CB Reggie Corner, RT Sam Young, OT Demetrius Bell, TE Mike Caussin and LB Chris Kelsay. Lineup changes for the Bills include LB Danny Batten starting in place of injured SLB Chris Kelsay (calf) and PK Dave Rayner for K Rian Lindell (shoulder). The left side of the offensive line will see some changes Sunday against Dallas. Andy Levitre will start at LT while Chad Rinehart will get the start at LG. Source: CBS Sports
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Bills center Eric Wood will miss the rest of the season after tearing a ligament in his right knee.
Wood says no timetable has been set for him to have surgery. He is aiming to be back in time for the start of training camp next summer.
With a brace on his knee and walking on crutches, Wood provided the update in the locker room on Monday, a day after he was hurt in the third quarter...
Kicker Dave Rayner filled in for Rian Lindell last Sunday and it sounds likely that he’ll do so again this week at Miami.
When asked if Lindell would be down a second straight week with a broken shoulder bone head coach Chan Gailey gave indication that he would be.
“I would say yes, but I’m not sure,” Gailey said. ”But I’d say yes.”
Lindell was injured in Buffalo’s...
Earlier this week we found out David Nelson would be playing against the Cowboy's and his girlfriend Kelsi Reich who cheers for them. Today Nelson grabbed a touchdown and delivered it to her afterward as a present. She got the best of both worlds. Her man got the only Bills TD and gave her a present, and the Cowboy's won the game 44-7.
Here’s a quote about Chan Gailey from a certain Ivy League quarterback.
“I learned a tremendous among from him and I had an opportunity to start a few of the games when he was our head coach. I just remember him being someone that was so supportive of me being a guy in a backup role coming in to start and creating an environment for me where I could be successful and our team...
This is right about the time of year when teams begin unofficially falling out of playoff contention. And we'd hate to see you waste your time with a team that has a fork in its back, which is why we present you with the DONE-O-METER, which helps us calculate which teams are done and which teams aren't. Today's subject: The Buffalo Bills.
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Appearing on the Dan Patrick Show late this morning, Fred Jackson was asked point blank if the Bills will make the playoffs. Here was his response.
“Yes we will,” said Jackson. ”We’re going to do everything we can in our power to make the playoffs. We didn’t set out to have a good run in the beginning the season and improve off last season. Our goal from the start was...
Kicker Rian Lindell will miss his first game in nine seasons with Buffalo after being placed on the inactive list for Sunday's game at Dallas. Dave Rayner takes over the Lindell, who broke a bone in his right shoulder trying to make a tackle in the Bills loss to the Jets last week. Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is active and in the starting lineup, wearing a cast on his dislocated left wrist...
The Cowboys blowout win over the Buffalo Bills was also puncutated by the fact that all of the other NFC East teams lost on Sunday. Three teams in the conference that entered the day with a better record than the Cowboys lost and the Bucs who were tied with the Cowboys lost. But Cowboys owner Jerry Jones isn't optimistic about the team's chances for a Wild Card spot according...