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59-year old head coach Chan Gailey is in his second year in charge and he has the Bills in the playoff hunt at 5-3. Gailey has done this by amping up the offense for the Bills as they are averaging 368.5 yards per game on offense. The defense is still a work in progress as they are giving up 381.1 yards per game. The Bills are now 9-15 (37.5%) in Gailey’s first two years on the job, and he seems to have things going briskly into the right direction.
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Bills coach Chan Gailey said he's not worried about quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick rebounding from Sunday's loss to the New York Jets.
Said Gailey: "I think he will. I don’t think there’s any question. He’s already done that this year and I think he will continue to do it. If that was my biggest problem, I wouldn’t have any problems."
Gailey was asked whether...
The Buffalo Bills are expected to hold tryouts this week for a kicker to replace the injured Ryan Lindell.
Coach Chan Gailey said Lindell's injured right shoulder is "not good." Lindell has been ruled out of this week’s game against Dallas but Gailey did not say if it was a season-ending injury.
The team also announced that defensive tackle Kyle Williams will miss...
Chan Gailey confirmed that Kyle Williams is having surgery today on his ailing foot.
Williams was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
Players and coaches came and went in Dallas in the late 1990s. Looking back, owner Jerry Jones regrets firing coach Chan Gailey, feelings that have likely intensified this season as he watches Buffalo's revival.
Chan Gailey won’t have any hard feelings with him when he leads the surprising Buffalo Bills into Cowboys Stadium this weekend.
The soft-spoken Georgian had the shortest tenure of any coach in Dallas Cowboys history, guiding the team for two seasons in the late 1990s. The Cowboys made the playoffs both seasons, but that didn’t stop Jerry Jones from firing Gailey after the 1999...
The Bills sit atop the AFC East and are hoping to stop a losing streak as the Cowboys try to take advantage.
Chan Gailey was fired after two playoff seasons in Dallas back in 1999. But while he brings his 5-3 Bills to Cowboys Stadium, he doesn't seem to have any ill feelings toward the organization or owner Jerry Jones.
Chris Hairston was dressed for Sunday’s game against the Jets and could have filled in at left tackle in an emergency situation coming off a high ankle sprain. Fortunately he did not have to play giving him another week to let his ankle heal up. Heading into this week’s game against Dallas head coach Chan Gailey wasn’t sure Hairston would be ready for a full-time starting role...
Even though Donald Jones is back in the lineup and healthy, C.J. Spiller is still getting work at wide receiver.
Spiller was practicing with the WR group during the individual position drill portion of practice.
“He’ll probably be a hybird, probably play some wide, some in the backfield, probably do a little bit of everything,” said head coach Chan Gailey of Spiller’s role...
The Bills have a head coach that isn’t in the business of making excuses. Chan Gailey took his share of the blame for how last Sunday’s game against the Jets went. So too did his offensive players with David Nelson admitting that Buffalo’s high-scoring offense for the first time this season had a setback.
“The Giants game we felt like we were in and should have won and the...
Here from the Bills following their worst loss of the season, a 27-11 defeat to the New York Jets today in Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Coach Chan Gailey