Found December 09, 2011 on
Buffalo @ San Diego
The Bills lost to Tennessee to extend their slide to five games, while the Chargers smoked the Jaguars.
Ryan Fitzpatrick had 288 yards and a TD and C.J. Spiller had his best game of the season by far, rushing for 85 yards and a TD. Steve Johnson had a score as well for the second consecutive game.
Philip Rivers has been an interception machine for the better part of the season, but the Jacksonville game was his second in a row where that side of his ledger remained clean. He’s quietly put together a pretty effective stretch, with four multi-TD games out of his last five, during which he’s thrown 12 TDs and averaged 284 yards. Ryan Mathews had 112 yards and a TD on the ground against the Jaguars, and Mike Tolbert hit paydirt as well.
The Chargers have allowed multiple TD passes in 6 of their last 7 games, so Fitzpatrick looks like a good play if you dare trust him. More than likely you won’t have to since you’ve gotten to the playoffs without him, but i...
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Buffalo Bills kicker Rian Lindell's season is over after the 12-year veteran was placed on injured reserve a month after breaking a bone in his right shoulder.
Lindell missed four games and became the ninth Bills regular to be placed on IR. Journeyman Dave Rayner has taken over the kicking duties after being signed on Nov. 8, two days after Lindell was hurt making a diving tackle...
Bills coach Chan Gailey said tight end Scott Chandler is out for Sunday's game in San Diego due to his sprained ankle. That means Mike Caussin and Lee Smith will share tight end duties in the game.
Meanwhile, cornerback Aaron Williams did not practice Friday due to a sore calf.
"Aaron didn't practice today but we're not going to list him out," Gailey said...
The Bills make their first West Coast trip since 2008 when they visit San Diego on Sunday.
Next season they have trips to San Francisco and Arizona. The AFC East teams play the NFC West and AFC South in 2012. NFC West teams Seattle and St. Louis will visit Buffalo.
AFC South teams Jacksonville and Tennessee come to Buffalo next season. The Bills visit Indianapolis and Houston....
If you’re a Bills fan in Southern California you won’t be able to watch Sunday’s game against the Chargers on regular network TV.
Sunday’s game has been blacked out after the Chargers did not sell out Qualcomm stadium prior to Thursday’s 4 pm ET deadline for west coast venues. The Chargers are reporting that they have just under 5,000 tickets remaining for the game.
Bills TE Scott Chandler might miss his first game of the season this week.
Chandler did not practice for a second straight day along with CB Aaron Williams.
“Scott didn’t practice,” said head coach Chan Gailey. “Aaron probably has a better chance than Scott right now.”
If Chandler can’t go the offensive staff is expected to make use of both Lee Smith and Mike Caussin...
The Bills are desperate to end their five game losing streak. When the streak began they insisted they just had to get back to playing loose. They believe that’s their personality on the field that allows them to play their best. The problem is with each passing loss they all played tighter and tighter. With the postseason a bleak picture right now players are still hoping to get...
A lot of NFL observers have criticized the Chargers for several years for underachieving as they’ve been stocked with some of the deepest talent in the league the last several years. The last few years they’ve just squeaked into the playoffs thanks in large part to strong finishes. Most are wondering if they’re at it again after posting a December win Monday night to end a...
Rivers, Jackson, Floyd, Gates figure to continue production vs. Bills.
Bills DT Kyle Williams is out of the cast he had to wear following last month’s ankle surgery. A turnaround on the offensive line has helped spur a turnaround in results for the Dolphins. S Nate Jones started for the Patriots last week and he’s getting familiar with the defense this week. Jets S Jim…
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Former San Diego Chargers linebacker Lew Bush, who spent seven seasons with the franchise and was part of its lone Super Bowl team in 1994, has died, the team announced Thursday.