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Though the Bills aren’t among the best in terms of avoiding the interception, they along with the Patriots are at the top of the league when it comes to recovering their own fumbles this season.
Buffalo and New England are tied for the league lead in fewest fumbles lost. Both clubs have lost just 5 through the first 15 games. A handful of other clubs have also lost just five fumbles this season. New Orleans, Green Bay, Carolina, San Francisco and Detroit all are tied for the top spot with Buffalo and New England for fewest fumbles lost.
San Fran and Carolina are perhaps the most impressive in this category because they have the most carries with 461 and 421 carries respectively.
The most impressive part about New England’s fumble totals is just two of their fumbles have been by rushers and neither of them were lost. In contrast 11 of Buffalo’s 15 fumbles this season were by Bills rushers and four of those were lost.
So the ball figures to not be on the turf all that much in Sunday’s...
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When you can't beat them, and get Buffalo Bills haven't been able to beat a drum since October, you have to do anything possible. And that includes leaping into the air as though you're a five year old jumping on your parents' bed after getting nudged an opponent. Bills cornerback Drayton Florence was that five year old today after getting tapped by Patriots offensive...
Brian Moorman broke his own team record after a 3 punt 124-yard performance Sunday.
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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...
Bills TE Scott Chandler left Sunday’s game in the first half with a knee injury and did not return. Head coach Chan Gailey couldn’t offer much right after the game.
“I don’t know, bad enough to keep him out for this game,” said Gailey. ”I don’t know if it’s an operation or not.”
Chandler will be re-evaluated Monday.
Here’s the rundown of Buffalo’s opponents for the 2012 season home and away.
Buffalo’s interconference division will be the NFC West and intraconference division will be the AFC South. Buffalo’s other two opponents are determined by where they finish in their respective AFC divisions. Therefore the Bills will be facing the team’s that finished in last place in both the...
The Bills were lit up by the Patriots 49-21 in Week 17.
Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 29 of 46 passes for 307 yards, with two touchdowns against a laughable four interceptions. C.J. Spiller pounded out 60 rushing yards on 13 totes, to go along with four catches for 40 receiving yards and a touchdown. Star receiver Steve Johnson also caught four passes for 40...
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By Mike McDermottPlaying with nothing to lose, the Buffalo Bills have used some trickery to take an early 7-0 lead over the Patriots at Gillette Stadium.
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Buffalo Bills receiver Stevie Johnson isn't the first person to get a little carried away ringing in the new year.
After Sunday's benching against the Patriots, which direction should the Bills go on receiver Stevie Johnson?
Should the Bills keep Stevie Johnson Yes (franchise tag him, if necessary) No (let him leave) Created on Jan 1, 2012 View Results poll by twiigs.com
All that talk of starting fast and exacting revenge on the Bills was gone by the first few minutes. And by the time Buffalo was up by 21, it looked like it could get ugly.
Instead, the Patriots fought their way back… like they always seem to do. After 30 minutes, it’s Bills 21, Patriots 14.
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