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Don't let them fool you.
They don't like each other. Alright, let me rephrase that. Everyone on this Bills team loves each other. You can tell by the way they engage with each other on Twitter. Even though the team has only won 10 games in two years, you never seem to hear any leaks about discontent in the locker room. No trying to throw the other guy under the bus. No Flutie vs. Johnson controversy. The team is a family.
However, when you are competing for a job, things can change. It is nothing personal, just strictly business. It is like that when you work at any job. Sure, you grab beers with co-workers and what not, but when it is time to be the best at your craft, you ain't thinking beers. You are thinking about beating the other guy.
Fred Jackson and CJ Spiller can say all the right things about pushing each other, helping each other out in the film room, and being friends, but you gotta think when the season starts, who is getting the most carries is going...
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The Buffalo Bills had one of the best offensive lines in the National Football League last season, allowing a league-low 23 sacks. Most of that success has come from the likes of Pro-Bowl caliber interior linemen Andy Levitre and Eric Wood. The Interior portion of the line is just as important as the outside linemen, as they are forced to take on the big and physical defensive tackles...
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DT Marcell Dareus, Buffalo Bills
The 3rd overall pick of the 2011 NFL Draft made an instant impact as a rookie defensive end in Buffalo's 3-4 scheme.
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Dareus was also without Pro Bowl DT Kyle Williams for the entire season because of...
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