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Bills RB Fred Jackson is expected to return next week following the concussion that he suffered against the Patriots back in Week 10.
“I think he’s a lot better,” said head coach Chan Gailey, via BuffaloBills.com. “He would answer that better than I can, but the report I get is that he feels a lot better. The steps that you have to go through now, everything is going according to plan.”
Jackson missed Thursday’s game against the Dolphins, but looks to be ready to play against the Colts. Buffalo has said that they would like to get C.J. Spiller more involved, despite the fact that Jackson will be back.
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With the ups and downs that come with every NFL team’s season, there seems to be a trend in Western New York and with the Buffalo Bills. It’s been said before and will continue to be said that, as Ryan Fitzpatrick goes, so to go the Bills. If he limits the turnovers, the Bills win. If he turns the ball over too much, they lose. Seems simple enough right? While it seems like a...
What did we learn about Buffalo Bills fans when it comes to playing on national TV at 8:30 on a Thursday night? They’re going to get stupid drunk, wear Zubaz, light cars on fire, die in a creek and fight each other.
And you wonder why, besides sucking for 15 years, the team can’t get a game on primetime TV. The less drinking time for these idiots, the better off they’ll be...
Bills running back Fred Jackson (concussion) and defensive end Chris Kelsay are improving, according to coach Chan Gailey. "We hope to have them both next Wednesday for practice," Gailey said. "That is not set in concrete, but we hope to have both of them." SOURCE: BuffaloBills.comFantasy Spin:Jackson missed Buffalo's game versus Miami Thursday night, just...
A 26-year-old Rochester-area man who went missing from Thursday night’s
Buffalo Bills game was found dead near the stadium early this morning,
said the man’s brother reported to law enforcement that the brother had
been ejected from the game, apparently for being intoxicated, and that
he couldn’t find him after the game.Law enforcement...
A 26-year-old male was found dead earlier this morning in a creek behind the Bills practice facility. The football fan had been ejected from last night’s Bills-Dolphins game, according to Buffalo media. Police aren’t sure how the fan ended up in the creek. The Buffalo News is reporting the Rochester man was ejected for being…
In case you didn’t catch Thursday’s AFC East matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the Miami Dolphins, you missed a few exciting returns in the game.
This particular one was returned 79-yards by Buffalo’s Leodis McKelvin to give the Bills the first points of the game.
The Bills are looking to get back on track and had a showing of decent defense that held Miami in check for...
The Buffalo Bills were far from perfect. And this time it didn't matter.
For once, coach Chan Gailey found it a lot easier going over the blemishes in team meetings on Friday, because the Bills were coming off a 19-14 victory over the Miami Dolphins. It was a game that proved to Gailey that his team was finally capable of winning by overcoming its own deficiencies.
A 26-year-old male was found dead hours after being ejected from Thursday nights Buffalo Bills game at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Orchard Park Police Chief Andrew Benz says the man became separated from the group he was with but had made plans to meet at a nearby establishment after the game. A brother of the man informed authorities that he had been ejected from the game due to intoxication...
As the Buffalo Bills held onto beat the Miami Dolphins on Thursday Night Football, Bills running back C.J. Spiller was the star of the game with 91 total rushing yards.
During the NFL Network postgame, former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michel Irvin was saying for goodbyes to CJ and well, this is what happened:
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Jerod Mayo fined $10,000 for hit on CJ Spiller. Brandon Spikes fined $25,000 for hit on Fitzpatrick.— Nick Underhill (@Nick_Underhill) November 16, 2012How stupid. Fitzpatrick was the one that caused Spikes to hit him in the head by tilting his head down. I've ranted enough on this. See below:Why I think Bills fans and players are hypocritesHow people are rushing to judgement on Spikes
It’s always easier to write these articles after a win. I enjoy to focus on the positive and against the Dolphins, there was a lot to be positive about. That being said, there are still a few things I need to vent about. With that being said, here are some things I “Bill-ieve” following the Buffalo Bills victory over the Miami Dolphins in primetime!
1. Mario Williams will finish...
The Bills were so close to pulling one of those trademark “have the lead all day, but fail to do well in the red zone and therefore let the other team hang around just long enough to beat you at the very end” games that would have been just such a Buffalo way to lose their first prime time game in four years. Sadly, Ryan Tannehill threw interceptions on both opportunities to...
If only for one night, the Buffalo Bills' defense looked like it was supposed to going into the season. It stopped the run, was effective against the pass and forced turnovers to lead Buffalo to a 19-14 victory over the Miami Dolphins Thursday night. Buffalo's defensive unit, led by coordinator and former Dolphins' head coach Dave Wannstedt, was expected to make vast...