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After executing a perfect play-action bootleg pass on the two yard line, Lee Smith went to celebrate by doing his version of the Lambeau Leap with the Bills fans near the end zone. The only issue is that he failed miserably.When he went up for the jump he landed on top, but no one caught him and fell on his back on the other side of the wall. Perhaps Packers fans should tell Bills fans how to properly execute this TD celebration properly.GIF via The Big Lead
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Buffalo Bills TE, Lee Smith tried to celebrate by jumping into the stands – he was successful – until he kept going because fans forgot to catch him. Oops!
GIF from The Big Lead
It’s like one of those trust building exercises gone horribly wrong.
Late in the third quarter of their 15-12 loss to the Rams—at home no less—the Bills scored a 2-yard go-ahead touchdown on a Ryan Fitzpatrick TD pass to rarely used tight end Lee Smith. In his excitement Smith tried replicating the Lambeau Leap into the Buffalo faithful, only the Bills fans aren’t quite...
Holiday season is coming. You know what that means for all of us working professionals (those of us 88% in the workforce)? It’s review time. Well guess what? I’m giving the review.
Reference while reading: How The Bills Were Built
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There’s a reason it’s called the Lambeau Leap and not the Ralph Wilson Stadium Leap.
While NFL players celebrating a touchdown often jump into the stands to interact with some lucky fans, most of the fans are smart enough to catch said player. Key word: most.
In Sunday’s Bills-Rams game in Buffalo, tight end Lee Smith caught a touchdown pass and wanted to make the leap into...
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey said on his weekly radio show that running back Fred Jackson will miss at least two to three weeks with a leg injury, ESPN.com reported Monday. Jackson was injured in the fourth quarter of the Bills' 15-12 home loss to the St. Louis Rams on Sunday when he was tackled by two defenders. With the Bills at 5-8 and not likely to make the playoffs...
The Buffalo Bills appear to be headed into the final weeks of the NFL without running back Fred Jackson. In the fourth quarter against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, Jackson suffered a knee injury, after receiving a blow to his knee from a helmet. His injury was originally believed to be very severe, but head coach Chan Gailey has told reporters that he will likely miss 2-3 weeks...
Bills running back Fred Jackson will miss 2-3 weeks with a knee injury, coach Chan Gailey said. SOURCE: Buffalo Bills' official Twitter accountFantasy Spin:With three games remaining, Jackson could be shut down for the season. He was injured when he took a helmet to the right knee Sunday against the Rams. It's been a disastrous year for Jackson; he sprained his MCL in Week...
Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson suffered a knee
injury during yesterday’s loss to the St. Louis Rams, and the veteran’s status
for the remainder of the season is uncertain, reports the Associated Press.
Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson hurt his
right leg in Sunday's loss to the St. Louis Rams and his status for the
rest of the season is uncertain.
Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson hurt his right leg in Sunday's loss to the St. Louis Rams and his status for the rest of the season is uncertain.
Coach Chan Gailey said he's hasn't yet talked to trainers, but described the injury as not looking good following a 15-12 defeat to the Rams.
Jackson was hurt with 5:26 remaining, when two Rams defenders sandwiched...
John Snyder: Bills 19-14
Low scoring game. St. Louis is the better team but the weather will give the dome team some problem and the Bills will win an ugly game that is now SOLD OUT
Ryan Talbot: Bills 27-19
The Bills win late with a field goal. If Danny Amendola plays, he has a field day on Buffalo, but the defense does enough to keep the Rams out of the end zone.
ORCHARD PARK -- The National Football League is a league of finishers, according to Buffalo Bills linebacker Bryan Scott. "The teams that know how to finish, win," he said. "And the teams that don't, lose." Scott's theory passed muster Sunday afternoon at soggy Ralph Wilson Stadium as the St. Louis Rams, behind quarterback Sam Bradford, finished with...
Somewhere along the change in servers the last few True or False articles were deleted. Unfortunately I do not have the standings due to this. Things like this happen so no big deal.
That said, we’ll march forward into a few week and see what the writers at Queen City Sports believe are true or false in regards to the Bills-Rams game.
1. The Bills defense will hold the Rams offense...
The Buffalo Bills put together one of their most complete performances of the season last week, albeit against a weaker Jacksonville Jaguars squad.The team's task at hand this week is a bit more ominous, however, with a St. Louis Rams unit coming off an exciting OT victory against the 49ers and still touting a pretty strong defensive front. The Bills' defense has looked pretty...