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BY NICK ST. DENISJairus Byrd wasn't available in training camp thanks to his ego, and he hasn't been available in the regular season thanks to his foot.The Buffalo Bills' top safety was officially ruled as "doubtful" for his team's cross-conference battle with the Carolina Panthers Sunday. Byrd has been battling plantar fasciitis since joining the team the last week of the preseason.Buffalo will also again be without its top cornerback Stephon Gilmore, and speedy rookie receiver Marquise Goodwin is a no-go.Here's the full slate of injuries for both teams.BILLSOutK Dustin Hopkins (groin), WR Marquise Goodwin (hand), OL Doug Legursky (knee), CB Stephon Gilmore (wrist), CB Ron Brooks (foot).DoubtfulS Jairus Byrd (foot).PANTHERSOutRB Kenjon Barner (foot), CB James Dockery (thumb).ProbableDT Dwan Edwards (thigh), TE Ben Hartsock (foot), LB Jon Beason (knee), WR Domenik Hixon (hamstring), S Mike Mitchell (calf), G Amini Silatolu (hamstring).Follow Nick @NickS...
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The Buffalo Bills played a decent game against the NE Patriots losing 23-21. The Patriots young WR will struggle for a few more games when Aaron Dobson and others stop thinking and just start to play. The Pats will be fine but until the learning is over for the skill positions.
New England may want to think about bringing a veteran WR in a Donte Stallworth or a Brandon Lloyd...
Doug Marrone’s first few days of training camp were not the best foot forward. In early August he got incredibly defensive when Buffalo media questioned why star defensive end Mario Williams had been missing for three days without explanation. Marrone even invoked FERPA regulations for not being more forthcoming. Yeah… about that. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act...
Plantar fasciitis will keep All-Pro free safety Jairus Byrd out for a second straight week.Fantasy Spin:The Bills were gashed for 288 passing yards in Week 1 and it could be the same deal Sunday versus Cam Newton. No timetable has been given for Byrd's return.
The other day the Buffalo Bills announced they would be wearing their throwback uniforms for the game this week versus the Panthers. We have all seen the throwback helmets that OJ wore back in the day. The standing Buffalo Helmets are awesome, but instead of wearing the old school uni the Bills get these jerseys. […]
Video: Season 3 sneak peek - Key and Peele return with a sequel to their East/West Bowl sketch, via Conan O’Brien…
A new season of Comedy Central’s Key & Peele premieres Sept. 28.
The Carolina Panthers (0-1) visit Ralph Wilson Stadium this Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET to face off with the Buffalo Bills (0-1). This week I sat down with Matt Warren of BuffaloRumblings.com. My editorial comments are in italics. WCS: What is your take on the poor performance by running back C.J. Spiller last week against the […]The post Catcalls: “Multiple defensive fronts” put...
When the Panthers and Bills play Sunday we'll get a chance to see two young dynamic QB's. It's not often that Cam is the veteran QB in a game.
After going 13-3 week 1, I've started out 1-0 with the Patriot sneaking past the Jets.
We'll continue to learn more about the league after this weeks game.
Here we go:
Carolina @ Buffalo - The Panthers...
BY SEAN DONOVANDespite the fact that they lost, the Buffalo Bills were counted among the teams that pleasantly surprised Week 1. They stood toe-to-toe with divisional juggernaut New England, carrying a lead late in the fourth quarter before losing on a field goal in the closing seconds.The Bills got resilient performances on both sides of the ball, but perhaps the most impressive...
The Carolina Panthers and Buffalo Bills meet on Sunday in Week 2 of the NFL season. Both teams are coming off losses in Week 1.
Coverage of Sunday’s game between the Bills and Panthers from Ralph Wilson Stadium will air on FOX beginning at 1:00 pm ET.
The Carolina Panthers are 2.5 point favorites against the Buffalo Bills. The over/under for this game is 43.5 total points.
The Bills and Panthers will square off in a battle of 0-1 teams on Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Both teams played their opening opponents closely, but neither did enough to win their respective game.
Buffalo and Carolina have faced off five times since the Panthers joined the league in 1995. The Bills hold a 4-1 series lead with their only loss coming in 2005, a 13-9 loss. The...
Welcome to Cadence Call, your weekly game preview where I give you a bootleg breakdown for each team in the AFC East & AFC North divisions. The Buffalo Bills (0-1) and the Carolina Panthers (0-1) both lost close games last week to potential play-off teams. One of these teams will be 0-2 by the end of Sunday (total unique football analysis there, mates). Who is it going...
*I’m going to run a weekly post on the Bills’ passing defense each week. I will chart all of the passing plays against the Bills this season and report what I find. These are my findings and may not match exactly with other totals (such as PFF), but the discrepancies can be a result of me not double counting QB pressures (I’m only counting the first defender there) and also...
BY DAN BEGNOCHEAfter a disappointing result in a highly-anticipated home opener, the Buffalo Bills look to turn things around before taking on another divisional opponent on the road. To do that, however, they're going to have to get through a Carolina Panthers team looking to make up for a slow start of their own.Rookie quarterback E.J. Manuel had a solid outing in his first...
Publisher Nick St. Denis, associate editor Dan Begnoche and senior contributor Sean Donovan pick the Buffalo Bills' cross-conference contest with the Carolina Panthers.Dan's take:A week after Ron Rivera called his offense too conservative, Cam Newton & Co. will come out firing against the Bills' banged up secondary, which will struggle to contain Steve Smith and the...