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Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams told ProFootballWeekly.com that his wrist injury is affecting his ability to get past opposing offensive lineman because he can’t use his hands the way he needs to.
“I always get doubled, get chipped or get triples — it is what it is. The biggest thing that I have to do is to use my hands and overcome the whole wrist thing,” he said. “That’s what I do — I’m a hands person.”
I’m sorry, but if I were WIlliams and a team broke the bank to pay me, I’d suck up a wrist injury and do what it takes to get to the quarterback. With all the money he got paid, he needs to adjust his game and figure out how to be effective.
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Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey plans on using both C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson for this Sunday’s game against the Cardinals.“We need to get (the run game production) back and if we don’t get that back we’ll struggle offensively,” Gailey said, per BuffaloBills.com. “We’ve got to have a balanced running game to complement our passing game. It’s going to be important...
Same old Bills, I thought as I flipped the TV off and the movie on. You can make big changes and add supposed talent to the roster. You can claim the expectations are higher, but in the NFL all of that is akin to powdering a woman’s nose and calling her wife material before your first date. You still have to be right upstairs or nothing else matters. The unfortunate reality is...
The Buffalo Bills' horrendous defense over the last two games isn't the only problem.
The Ryan Fitzpatrick-led offense has been inconsistent, at best, and now features an injury-depleted line that is expected to be down some starters this weekend.
From bad to worse.
Indeed, when the Bills (2-3) face Arizona (4-1) on Sunday, they will be short-handed and searching for answers...
Buffalo coach Chan Gailey said that running backs Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller will continue split carries this week against Arizona.Fantasy Spin:The combination of Jackson and Spiller has averaged just 57.5 yards per game for the Bills over the last two weeks. Don't expect either player to have much of an impact Sunday versus a stingy Cardinals' run defense.
Veteran cornerback Terrence McGee has been placed on season-ending injured reserve and receiver Marcus Easley promoted to the active roster in a series of moves made by the Buffalo Bills.
The Bills, on Tuesday, also placed right tackle Erik Pears (hip/groin) on injured reserve and released rookie kicker John Potter.
McGee's been slowed by a nagging left knee injury that hasn...
The Buffalo Bills promoted guard/center David Snow and defensive tackle Jay Ross from the practice squad, NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk reported Saturday. Buffalo is without three of its starting offensive lineman and defensive lineman Mark Anderson for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals. Left tackle Cordy Glenn, right guard Kraig Urbik and center Colin Brown...
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The amount of points that the Bills have given up is atrocious and it cannot be for real, but wake up because the points are coming in bunches.
They are 31st in the NFL allowing 35.2 PPG and the playmakers come...
Beware Thy Neighbor! Week 6 NFC West Matchups + Previews
BILLS vs. CARDINALS (Oct 14 4:05 PM ET)
Both the Cardinals (4-1) and the Bills (2-3) are coming off embarrassing losses. In their last games the Cardinals gave up 9 sacks and their offense only scored 3 points while the Bills gave up 617 yards of offense to the 49ers in a blowout loss.
Kevin Kolb leads a Cardinals offense...
After the events that transpired at Candlestick Park many Buffalo Bills fans are losing patience with a team that had shown so much promise going into the season. The Bills were absolutely manhandled at the hands both sides of the ball. The defensive front four including Mario Williams, Kyle Williams and Marcel Dareus was nonexistent with their pass rush and couldn’t apply any...