Found October 02, 2012 on Fox Sports:
The Buffalo Bills have shuffled their practice squad by signing defensive back Mana Silva and offensive lineman Andrew Jackson. Silva rejoins the Bills after spending part of last season on the team's practice squad. He was signed by Dallas on Dec. 13 and remained with the Cowboys before being cut last week. Jackson was selected 210th overall by Atlanta in the 2011 draft and spent part of last season on the Falcons practice squad. To make room for the additions made on Tuesday, the Bills released tight end LaMark Brown and defensive back Isaiah Green from their practice squad. The Bills (2-2) prepare to travel to face San Francisco (3-1) on Sunday, in opening a stretch of playing four of their next five games on the road.

Gailey questions Bills' mental toughness

Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey is questioning his players' mental toughness a day after the team's embarrassing second-half collapse against New England. Placing the blame on everyone, including himself, Gailey called it his responsibility on Monday to address how Buffalo squandered a 14-point lead, allowing the Patriots to score 45 second-half points in rallying to a 52...

Buffalo Bills Ball Boy Fails Miserably, Injures Self While Trying to Corral Bouncing Pigskin (Video)

Don't expect any Bobby Boucher type stories coming out of Buffalo this year. Those who watched Sunday's Patriots-Bills game might have noticed an overzealous ball boy completely bite it, showing that all athletic undertakings up in Buffalo should be limited to those actually on the Bills. As the replay shows, the ball boy looks to corral a bouncing ball just beyond the end...

Can Bills fix Fitzpatrick's decision-making?

Just about a year ago, Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was given a lucrative six-year contract extension, entrenching him as the long-term starter. After a poor finish to the 2011 season (10 TD, 16 INT in last nine games), Bills head coach Chan Gailey revealed that Fitzpatrick played most of the second half of that season with two broken ribs.Fitzpatrick had a poor showing...

Bills' early returns on Williams investment? Very costly

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- If this is what $100 million buys in today's NFL, the Bills may be in serious trouble. Mario Williams was considered the marquee defensive free agent in the off-season, and the Bills stunned the NFL by convincing the big defensive end to pick them. Of course, it took a cool $100 million to do it, and because it happened so quickly, no one really knew...

Bills Crash And Burn; Lose 52-28

Fitzpatrick throws four interceptions, defense gives up 247 rushing yards and Brady and company score on final 7 possessions In a game that would have put the Bills alone in first place of the AFC East, a game that would have been a huge stepping stone for the 2012 Buffalo Bills, a game that would have proved the haters wrong, the Bills reached the climax but it was still the...

Gailey questions Bills' toughness

Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey questioned his players' mental toughness on Monday, a day after the team's embarrassing and near-historic second-half collapse against the New England Patriots. Placing the blame on everyone, including himself, Gailey called it his responsibility to address how Buffalo squandered a 14-point lead, by allowing the Patriots to score 45 second...

Bills DT Williams fined by NFL for roughing Brady

Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams is questioning why he's been fined $15,000 by the NFL for a roughing the passer penalty against New England's Tom Brady. Williams revealed on Wednesday that he had been fined for a play that happened in the third quarter of a 52-28 loss to the Patriots on Sunday. Williams was flagged after he was knocked to the turf and his arm...

Buffalo Bills ball boy takes hard spill (Video)

A Buffalo Bills ball boy had the misfortune of going for a kickoff ball and tumbling over the railing while CBS captured it all.Check out the cameraman who stays in there despite all the ruckus behind him.

Comments from the Other Side - 9/30 - Buffalo Bills

Comments from the Other Side is back this week! We skipped last week because I doubted any Patriots fans would want to hear Ravens fans gloat. No one on twitter seemed to have a problem with that. Bills fans were very up and down this game, mostly down. They hated Fitzpatrick one minute, loved him the next, and then went right back to hating him. There were a lot of excuses made...

Buffalo vs. New England: What's Changed Since Last Season

Change is too often no more than a well-sold wish, a dream advertised as reality that quickly becomes unraveled in the light of day.In Buffalo right now, it is this idea, this false hope inherent in the basic notion of change that has Bills fan feeling so much less fanatical after their 52-28 spanking Sunday against the New England Patriots.The Bills sold the a fantastic product...

Tom Brady Tells Buffalo Fans to "Fix Your Britches" or Something

After scoring a four yard touchdown run against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, Tom Brady had a message to Bills fans. I guess Buffalo has a problem with keeping their pants up.

The bye weeks begin: finding a week 5 fill in QB.

I’m responding to an email inquiry, in advance of the Thursday game again this week. With bye weeks starting this week (yes, we had a ‘mini bye’ last week) owners are faced with some difficult add/drop decisions for the first time this season. In an attempt to solve some of the problems, we’ll take a [...]
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