Found November 02, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
The Buffalo Bills had a much-needed bye week last week to rest up some of their injured players and get them healthy for this week’s matchup against the AFC’s best team, the Houston Texans. The Bills came off a devastating 34-35 loss to the Tennessee Titans at Ralph Wilson Stadium two weeks entering the bye week. A game that, with a win, would have put them in a tie for first place in the AFC East. The loss, however, put them in last place in the division, save for yet another loss by the New York Jets to the Miami Dolphins. With the season basically half over, the Bills hold their fate in their own hands.… Read more
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