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At what point does a Buffalo Bills fan just call it a day?How many more hard fought, but ultimately fruitless losses can a region take before they just throw their hands up and declare themselves uninterested in a team that seems all pain, no pleasure the last decade?For God’s sake, we Bills’ loyal wore Zubaz for you once. Zubaz!You see, this latest loss at New England, a place Buffalo hasn’t won at in the Tom Brady era, was one of those games the sports pundits try and make fans feel good about. In the last 24 hours, the 37-31 loss has been called one of those games fans should “feel good about”, a “moral victory” if you will, a sign the Bills are getting “more competitive” against their divisional big brother. I mean, Buffalo’s surely not out of it yet, for as the wise and bearded guru of the Bills, Coach Chan Gailey, stated in his post-game press conference “an 8-8 team won it all last year”.Ridiculous.It’s a loss, the same result Buffalo has posted 20 of the last 22 contests agai
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A Bills fan living in Tampa wanted to keep up with news on his team, but now he says the franchise is sending him more alerts than he bargained for and wants it to stop immediately.
As if losing four straight Super Bowls and not having a winning record since 2004 wasn’t bad enough. One Buffalo Bills fan thinks three extra text messages is worth a lawsuit against his favorite team. Jerry Wojcik, a Bills fan living in Tampa, Fla., is suing the franchise after signing up to receive text updates from Buffalo’s website. Wojcik said he signed up after seeing...
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson wonders why a veteran receiver that’s more experienced wasn’t targeted at the end of this past Sunday’s game against the Patriots.
Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick targeted wide receiver T.J. Graham and ended up throwing an interception that ended the game.
“I don’t think it was the wrong play. But just the whole thing leading...
In the last couple of weeks, Ryan Fitzpatrick has been playing extremely well, but has not been able to get the win. Well also behind the scenes, the Bills have been sending their scouts to NCAA games recruiting the next replacement for Ryan Fitzpatrick. In an interview last week Buddy Nix, came straight out and said he was looking for a rookie quarterback but would not reach for...
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey said on radio station WGR on Monday that running back Fred Jackson is being tested for concussion-like symptoms. It is not known if Jackson will be ready for Thursday's game against the Miami Dolphins. Gailey told the radio station that Jackson has not been ruled out for Thursday but he did not feel well on the flight home from New England...
The Buffalo Bills are missing three starting defensive players with end Chris Kelsay and cornerback Aaron Williams joining end Mark Anderson on the sideline against the New England Patriots.
Kelsay has a neck injury, Williams hurt his right knee the previous Sunday and Anderson had a setback from left knee surgery and missed his fourth straight game.
Also inactive for Buffalo are...
It was all set up perfectly.
After a huge defensive stop held the Patiots to only a field goal, the Bills were about to get the ball back trailing by only six points, with a chance to win the game.
Ryan Fitzpatrick had been on fire all afternoon, throwing for over 300 yards and two touchdowns in the contest.
After driving down into the New England redzone, it appeared as if the Bills...
How many people connected to the Bills could we put on our hit list for the ineptitude of this franchise? I think we could probably make a list of 100, right? Coaches, players, and GMs. The list goes on and on.
For now, I'd like to focus on the Bills' top lieutenants on the sideline who are either in a booth or just standing behind the head coach as the Bills are constantly...
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw a game-losing interception in the final seconds of the Buffalo Bills' loss to the New England Patriots Sunday. But unlike most of Buffalo's mistakes in the passing game, this one wasn't his fault.From the 15-yard line, Fitzpatrick dropped back to pass with 28 seconds to go, needing a touchdown and an extra point to win the game.Patriots defensive...
Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was none too pleased with what Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes did on Sunday during New England’s 37-31 win over Buffalo at Gillette Stadium. Fitzpatrick, who was visibly upset with Spikes following a questionable hit during the game, carried that frustration with him to the postgame news conference where he called Spikes a “punk.” Running...
A.B. Ever wonder what it’s like to be a Buffalo Bills fan? Just watch Grandpa here whose been sipping a little too much of his cough medicine. Apparently, the “upset of the century” by “Fritz” [Fitzpatrick] against Tom Brady who “has never lost in New England” didn’t pan out too well for him.
Oh wait, is that a veteran hat I see? Thanks for your service & Happy...
Rob Gronkowski scored on this second quarter play
It may have been one of the most atrocious displays of defense that the recent New England Patriots had put on the football field. That’s strange to think about considering that the New England Patriots have put some pretty bad teams on the field in the recent years. Sunday’s game topped them all. After a quick start to the game...
Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush hasn't been playing up to expectations lately. Especially his own.
Bush was benched in the first quarter of Miami's 37-6 trouncing at the hands of the Tennessee Titans Sunday after he fumbled the ball for the third time this season.
"I've never been benched in my life," Bush said Monday, via the South Florida Sun Sentinel...
BY NICK ST. DENISThe Buffalo Bills hung around Sunday against the New England Patriots. But as has been the case for Buffalo throughout the season, a couple untimely mistakes were too costly to overcome.Despite giving up 37 points, the Bills were within striking distance with 28 seconds left -- on the 15-yard line, down by six points with three downs to work with.Then came the interception...