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Chan Gailey refuses to be pigeon-holed as a pass-first coach just because he's introduced several fancy four-receiver spread formations to the Buffalo Bills repertoire.
Gailey still has plenty of old-school throwback in him to appreciate a good ground attack. If he had his druthers, Gailey would call a run every chance he had.
''Every snap,'' Gailey said Wednesday.
That's not going to happen, of course, so there should be no worries about the wishbone making a comeback any time soon.
What shouldn't come as a surprise is how Gailey has the Bills offense up and running two games into the season, even minus injured workhorse Fred Jackson. C.J. Spiller hasn't missed a step with a league-leading 292 yards rushing.
The Bills (1-1) travel to play Cleveland (0-2) on Sunday.
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Six years ago, quarterback Vince Young was riding it high after leading Texas past USC in the Rose Bowl, but according to documents, six years later Young is on the cliff of being financially broke according to records.Young, who is without of a team this season after being cut from the Buffalo Bills, his third NFL team since making it into the league, was trying to become the backup...
Former NFL quarterback Vince Young is downplaying what he calls ''unfortunate'' financial problems caused by the ''betrayal'' of trusted advisers.
''Yes, I need a job, who doesn't. Yes, I want to be out there playing the game I love and earning a paycheck, who wouldn't?'' Young wrote on his Twitter account Wednesday.
According to Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News, Bills running back Fred Jackson won’t need to undergo surgery on his injured LCL that after he underwent a range-of-motion examination on his injured knee and it was determined that everything looks fine.
“Fred Jackson said after his television show on WBBZ-TV Monday that a range-of-motion examination showed his lateral collateral...
Linebacker Nick Barnett refuses to go as far back as last season when adding up the Buffalo Bills' string of road woes.
To him, the count stands at 0-1 - and not 0-8 for a team that's not won away from home since its 2011 season-opening 41-7 victory at Kansas City.
Barnett will concede that the Bills have plenty of room for improvement after opening the season with a 48...
The Buffalo Bills bounced back from their season opening defeat at the hands of the Jets with a 35-17 home opener victory over the hapless Chiefs. Of course, this being Buffalo and all, a few Bills fans decided to celebrate their team’s turnaround by punching each other in the stands. Best shots come at the 1:04 and 1:26 mark.
Having been to many a Bills game over the years...
It’s Week Three, which is good because it is time for the Dick Jauron song. Week Three is great because the Buffalo Bros are back for another jam-packed podcast. Jason, Sniper, Blake and Topher have joined forces to talk about next Sunday’s game, Toronto, regionalization, fantasy implications of Bills players, and much much more. And they have fun doing it. And you’ll have...
From the moment the ball was kicked off, two things were clear: The Bills were ready to play and the Chiefs were not. We watched two teams seemingly headed in opposite directions. The Bills showed they could rise above a stinker and play to their talent level while the Chiefs showed they either had no talent level or had no will.
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DALLAS (AP) -- Six years after entering the NFL as the third player taken in the draft, Vince Young finds himself without a team and with just a fraction of the money he received from a contract that guaranteed him 26 million.
The question is, where did it all go?
In an increasingly caustic war of words, attorneys have been arguing for months...
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C.J. Spiller came up big again, but solid defense, special teams and quarterback play also helped the Buffalo Bills break into the win column last week.
The Cleveland Browns are still looking for the right combination that will help them earn their first victory in nine games, which they'll try for Sunday against a Buffalo team looking to end an eight-game road slide.
Kansas City Chiefs – 17, Buffalo Bills – 35Ugly ugly ugly is all you can say about the Chiefs’ effort, especially QB Matt Cassel’s (304 total yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) through about three and half quarters. Two late touchdown passes with the game already decided are the only things that saved Cassel’s fantasy day. At some point, the Chiefs have to wonder if there’s any...
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The Buffalo Bills earned their first victory of the 2012 season, destroying the Kansas City Chiefs 35-17 in the team’s hope opener at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Like last week against the New York Jets, running back C.J. Spiller proved to be the real deal carrying the ball 15 times for 123 yards, scoring two touchdowns,m and adding another 47 yards...