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Buffalo Bills (4-1) at New York Giants (3-2), 1pm Eastern atthe Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New JerseyBy Ben Kelly - InReeseWeTrust.com 10/15/11What happened last week?Buffalo continued its early season magic last week bydefeating Philadelphia at home, 31-24. The Bills climbed to 4-1 despiteallowing over 450 yards in each of their last four games, including 489 to theEagles (who totaled 376 against the Giants). The key for the Bills overcomingtheir 30th ranked defense is opportunistic play, having forced sixteenturnovers on the season, the second highest total in the NFL. The Billsintercepted two of the league’s best quarterbacks four times each: Tom Brady inweek three (30-45, 387 yards, 4 touchdowns) and Michael Vick last week (26-40,315 yards, 2 touchdowns, 5 carries for 90 yards). And for the third consecutiveweek a Buffalo defender returned an interception for a touchdown. The Billshave 12 interceptions on the season, one more than they totaled last year.While Ryan Fitzpatri...
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Hey Fitzpatrick, ***** whipped much? I’m actually at a loss for words with this move. Every chick in the stadium wants to **** the quarterback on Sunday afternoon. Even if they don’t know they do, they do. That’s a fact. So wearing a wedding ring while slinging that hot sauce is the number 1 self inflicted **** block of all time. Act like you’ve quarterbacked in the...
Can Ryan Fitzpatrick lead the Bills past the Giants?Prior to signing with the Buffalo Bills, Ryan Fitzpatrick has never been anything more than a quality backup quarterback. He had short stints in St. Louis along with Cincinnati where he started a total of 15 games over four seasons. He threw for a total of 12 touchdowns and 18 interceptions in those four years. His claim to fame...
http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/10/giants_defensive_line_stands_t.htmlBuffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick throws under pressure from Giants defensive ends Jason Pierre-Paul (90) and Osi Umenyiora (72) in the fourth quarter today at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. The Giants won, 27-24.By Mike Vorkunov - Star Ledger 10/17/11
The Bills are 1-1 on the road this year and the Giants are 1-1 at home this season, so the home field is not that big of an advantage for the Giants. The Bills are going to try to keep rolling while the Giants are going to try to get back on track after losing a stunner at home to the Seahawks last weekend. Here is a look at the matchups in this game:
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The surprising 4-1 Buffalo Bills charge into MetLife Stadium to face the 3-2 New York Giants.
Last week, the Giants fell at home, 36-25 to the Seattle Seahawks while the Bills took advantage of the sloppy Philadelphia Eagles in Buffalo, 31-24.
The Bills lead the all-time regular season series with the Giants, 6-4. The Giants have a 20‐17 overall record...
– STILL KEEPING THE SCOREBORD OPERATOR BUSY – With their 24-point output today, the Bills increased their season total to 188 … the figure ranks 4th in team history over the first six games of a season:
BILLS RECORD BOOK
MOST POINTS THROUGH FIRST SIX GAMES
200 – 1964 (34, 30, 30, 23, 48, 35)
194 – 2002 (37, 45, 23, 33, 31, 31)
192 – 1975 (42, 30, 38, 38...
Perry Fewell says he saw "an excellent quarterback" in Ryan Fitzpatrick. So when Fewell took over as the Buffalo Bills' interim head coach late in the 2009 season, one of his first acts was to name Fitzpatrick his starting QB.
Cornerback Corey Webster was beaten for a game-tying touchdown pass to Stevie Johnson but also had two interceptions against Ryan Fitzpatrick, who came into the game with only four INTs all season. Webster on both picks was in man coverage on Johnson and jumped on underthrown passes.