Found January 05, 2012 on Inside the Bills:
Jairus Byrd very quietly had a very productive 2011 season. The film reviewers and stat crunchers at Pro Football Focus however, took notice. Byrd was awarded 2nd Team All-Pro honors by PFF at the free safety position and by their count he was an eyelash from being 1st team. Here’s what they wrote. Free Safety: Eric Weddle, San Diego Chargers Second Team: Jairus Byrd, Buffalo Bills So close between the first and second team players that tossing a coin was thrown about as a way of splitting them. In the end Weddle’s superior interception count worked in his favor, with the two comparable in almost every way. The development of Byrd has been phenomenal. Overrated rookie, to underrated star safety. He should be proud of his transformation.

Bills 2011: By the Position

Another Bills season down, another empty feeling in the fans' hearts as the playoff drought reaches 12 seasons. Previously on our site as the season approached, I exclaimed that the team was moving in a positive direction and expected 7 wins. Well, the Bills won 6 games but after the second half meltdown (1-8 in last 9 games), I'm not sure the rebuild/rebirth is actually...

Ryan Fitzpatrick seemed to run out of gas early last year for the Buffalo Bills

29-year old QB Ryan Fitzpatrick came out like a ball of fire in 2011, but after the Bills gave him a contract extension…he stunk it up.  The Bills finished with a 6-10 (37.5%) record last year and Fitzpatrick was a big reason for that.  He played in 16 games (all starts) for the Bills last year and he completed 353 of 569 passes (62%) for 3,832 yards with 24 TD passes and 23...

Three Bills named to's All-AFC East team

---Running back Fred Jackson, guard Andy Levitre and strong safety George Wilson were named to’s All-AFC East. Jackson, pictured above, was 66 yards shy of 1,000 when he was placed on IR. Levitre started at three different positions on the offensive line, a unit that allowed a league-low 23 sacks while Wilson posted a team-high four interceptions and his 106 tackles ...

Long droughts for the Bills

---As the playoffs are set to begin, Bills fans already realize the team has gone through some lean years and these next few lists probably won’t make anyone feel warm and fuzzy about the last decade or so. Longest postseason drought Bills (1999) Cleveland (2002) Oakland (2002) St. Louis (2004) Jacksonville (2007) Tampa Bay (2007) Washington (2007) Longest division championship...

Johnson, Gailey see inconsistent enforcement of celebration penalties

Bills coach Chan Gailey benched receiver Stevie Johnson on Sunday after Johnson picked up a celebration penalty for displaying a “Happy New Year” message on his undershirt. But while Gailey and Johnson may not have been happy with each other on the sideline Sunday, they agreed about one thing after the game: They question why…

Is Johnson All Done In Buffalo?

Did Steve Johnson's T-Shirt stunt cost him a chance to return to the Bills?

Revisiting my 31 predictions for the Bills 2011 season

I posted these predictions on 9/10/11. What kind of fortune teller am I? Am I Whoopi Goldberg from Ghost or the chick who told Pee Wee Herman his bike was in the Alamo basement? 1) Will Ryan Fitzpatrick pass for over 20 touchdowns? No. I think Fitzpatrick will get in the range of 16-18 touchdowns. Don't get me wrong, I want Fitz to play well because he's a great guy...

Source: Pears' deal worth up to $9.3 million

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Bills agree to terms with Clowney to bolster depth at receiver

The Buffalo Bills are wasting no time addressing their depth at receiver this offseason after free-agent David Clowney agreed to a contract with the team on Wednesday.

Jeffery a draft option

---The Bills likely will add a wide receiver in the draft even if they elect to re-sign free agent receiver Stevie Johnson and South Carolina wideout Alshon Jeffery, who announced he is entering the draft, is a possibility at No. 10. Jeffery, pictured above, has the size (6-foot-4) the Bills covet and the ability to make big plays down the field. The most productive receiver in...
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