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Bills QB/WR Brad Smith served as the team’s #2 WR Sunday and his four catch 77-yard performance, which included a TD will have him manning that role moving forward.
Head coach Chan Gailey said he liked the way Smith performed outside opposite Stevie Johnson and will remain there this week against Tennessee.
Gailey likes that Smith is a big target and fights for the ball as he did on his 36-yard TD catch and run Sunday.
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According to Wikipedia, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Brad Smith was given the nickname "Ninja Fists" in high school because of his quick release on basketball jump shots. Well, ol' Ninja Fists was back at it on Sunday, tipping a contested pass up in the air and then recovering to bring it in for a touchdown.
Smith began his career with the New York Jets before signing...
– SCORING BY THE AIR – Yesterday’s game featured 7 passing touchdowns by the Bills and Jets combined (4 by N.Y., 3 by Bills) … 14th time in team history with 7+ combined TD passes (last: 10/24/10 at Bal. – Bills 4, Ravens 3).
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The Bills three-game losing streak has been less about effort and more about consistency in the eyes of Chan Gailey. That’s why he believes smarter play coupled with effort will get them back to a level of play that was getting Buffalo wins earlier this season.
“I believe we have guys that understand about fighting through tough times and fighting through adversity and I think...
Stevie Johnson's "shot" heard 'round the world was a big topic of conversation in the Bills' locker room today. Here are the audio interviews with the receiver, along with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and coach Chan Gailey.
Coach Chan Gailey
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Now is the time for coach Chan Gailey and his players to draw whatever tangible strength...
The Buffalo Bills' three-game road trip ended today without a win. Hear from the team following the loss to the Jets below:
Coach Chan Gailey
Bills head coach Chan Gailey confirmed that Torell Troup will have back surgery, which prompted his move to I-R.
“They determined surgery was needed,” said Gailey. “It’s unfortunate for him and for us.”
Bills coach Chan Gailey was optimistic about the health of cornerback Leodis McKelvin entering the game against the Titans Sunday but was cautious about strong safety George Wilson. McKelvin bruised ribs in the loss at New York Sunday.
“Probably Leodis’ is less significant, so he has a better chance to practice today or tomorrow," said Gailey. "He might not get out...
The lost season for nose tackle Torell Troup sounds like it's about to come to a premature end.
Troup missed Sunday's game in New York after the persistent lower back tightness that has plagued him all year flared up Saturday night. It then got worse on game day.
"It really locked up Sunday morning," coach Chan Gailey said. "They did more tests [Monday...
Bills DT Torell Troup has had lingering back problems that only worsened before Sunday’s game.
“Torell’s back acted up Saturday night and then it really locked up Sunday morning,” said head coach Chan Gailey in response to why the nose tackle was inactive. ”They did more tests today and it’s not good and we’re going to have decide where we go with that in the next...
Bills coach Chan Gailey praised the work of WR Brad Smith. The Dolphins’ recent winning ways killed their chances to draft Stanford QB Andrew Luck, but USC’s Matt Barkley, Oklahoma’s Landry Jones and Baylor’s Robert Griffin all could be draft-day options in Miami. Former Patriots WR/DB Troy Brown likes what he sees in current Patriots…