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ORCHARD PARK -- The National Football League is a league of finishers, according to Buffalo Bills linebacker Bryan Scott. "The teams that know how to finish, win," he said. "And the teams that don't, lose." Scott's theory passed muster Sunday afternoon at soggy Ralph Wilson Stadium as the St. Louis Rams, behind quarterback Sam Bradford, finished with a flourish to nip the Bills, 15-12. Bradford's 13-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Gibson with 48 seconds remaining capped a compelling 14-play, 84-yard drive that kept alive the Rams playoff hopes and enabled them to win three straight for the first time in six seasons. St. Louis is 6-6-1. The Bills, meanwhile, frittered away another late lead to drop to 5-8 and almost assure themselves a 13th consecutive season without a playoff appearance. Bradford, who was under duress from Bills pass rushers much of the day, completed 5-of-11 passes for 68 yards during the final drive. His last two completions ...
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It's one thing to throw on the towel; for Chan Gailey, he might want to wait until the bell rings. After losing to go 5-8, Gailey said on Monday morning: “The playoffs are out of the picture for us now,” Gailey said in his post-game press conference. If the Bills win their last 3 games and get help from around the AFC, they still have a shot at the sixth seed with an 8-8 record.
Buffalo Bills fans weren't expecting tight end Lee Smith to leap into the stands after he caught a touchdown pass in the third quarter of Sunday's game at Ralph Wilson Stadium. As a result, the fans didn't catch Smith, as he was expecting them to do, and Smith fell backwards into the stands in an embarrassing touchdown celebration fail.
Bills fans need to get with...
Not in the way the so-called “theme song” for the team had intended. The Buffalo Bills blew a six-point lead at halftime against a sub par Rams team at home, and were getting booed more than cheered for a good part of the game. Head Coach Chan Gailey claimed he was “scared” to kick a 52-yard field goal after Rian Lindell showed he still has strength in that veteran leg...
Michael Vick may end up being a free agent after the season. Would the Buffalo Bills have interest in signing him if he's available?
Sam Bradford and the St Louis Rams are growing up before our eyes. Once again they found themselves entering the halftime break, trailing on the road despite a strong defensive effort, trying to dig themselves out of a hole of their own making on offense. Once again, the Rams made adjustments to their gameplan, and got big plays from someone other than Danny Amendola to secure a...
Lead writer Nick St. Denis and AFC East Daily contributors Dan Begnoche and Sean Donovan pick the Buffalo Bills' contest with the visiting NFC's St. Louis Rams. Nick's take: Only two quarterbacks have been sacked more times than Sam Bradford, so the Bills' Mario Williams-led front-seven, despite missing Chris Kelsay, should have plenty of opportunities to get into...
C.J. Spiller leads all NFL running backs in yards per carry, but he's certainly no threat to lead the league in carries.Spiller, the Buffalo Bills' most explosive player (and probably their best player, too) was given just seven rushes and one reception to work with Sunday against the St. Louis Rams. That wasn't enough for him, or for the team, as Buffalo (5-8) lost 15...
As Bills fans saw Buffalo fall once again in disappointing fashion yesterday, they must’ve been thinking to themselves, why does this always happen to us?
With a chance to get back into the playoff race, the Bills wasted a golden opportunity at a win, allowing a last minute touchdown pass to Sam Bradford as they fell to the Rams 15-12.
What couldn’t be seen in the box score that...
St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher has announced that wide
receiver Danny Amendola is shaping up to be a game-time decision Sunday against
the Buffalo Bills, while running back Stephen Jackson is probable to play.
WR Danny Amendola (foot), LB Mario Haggan (elbow) are questionable. Coach Jeff Fisher said Amendola will be a game time decision.
— St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams) December...
I guess these Buffalo Bills’ fans were in shock they actually scored a TD. I mean how can you not catch Lee Smith. The poor guy is probably still stuck in the stands.
Rams receiver Chris Givens led the team with 10 targets but finished fourth in receiving yardage with 25 yards on three catches Sunday at Buffalo.Fantasy Spin:Givens has received increased attention from Sam Bradford with Danny Amendola out. That trend continued Sunday but it didn't amount to much for Givens owners, though he did catch a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter.
It’s safe to call it a season Bills fans. At 5-8, the Buffalo Bills are likely looking at another losing season. On that depressing note, let’s take a look at 6 Things I Bill-ieve following Buffalo’s loss to the Rams.
1. Mario Williams is Worth Every Penny
On Sunday, Mario Williams notched another sack, taking him to 10.5 on the season. He became the first Buffalo Bill since...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By JASON YOUNG Associated Press The St. Louis Rams have their first three-game winning streak since the end of the 2006 season and they're making no apologies for the way they're doing it.
Coach Jeff Fisher said Monday he's less concerned about how his team wins than actually getting the victory. The Rams are coming off a 15-12 victory...
The St. Louis Rams have declared QB Austin Davis, OG Chris Williams, WR Danny Amendola, OT Joseph Barksdale, DL Matt Conrath, TE Mike McNeill, RB Terrance Ganaway inactive for Week 14. Source: KFFL.com Attached Thumbnails
The shock of reading the headline may match the stunning news of hearing that Luke Skywalker was the son of Darth Vader or that the chick in the Crying Game wasn't a chick or that Ned Stark's head would be rolling down the street in Kings Landing or that Bruce Willis is in fact, dead.
This has been the biggest complaint so far for Gailey. In 2010, the Bills...