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First, an apology. Due to some glitch, last week’s true or false did not post properly. When I clicked the preview, everything came up correctly so I figured it published without any problems.
When I went to the article to update records, I saw that the link was dead. I’ll update records soon, but for now let’s move on! Heading into the fifth week of the season, the Buffalo Bills are 2-2 and entering a tough stretch with games against the 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans, and New England Patriots. At worst, the Bills need to go 2-3 during this stretch. Believe it or not, I think the Bills have a legitimate chance against the 49ers. With that, let’s take a look at our week five true or false questions!
1. Vernon Davis will lead the 49ers in both receptions and yards receiving for the 49ers.
Michael Bundt: True. The Bills seem to struggle every week at defending athletic tight ends that can make plays down field and look for that to continue on Sunday as Da...
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No team is going to win games in the National Football League if it cannot control the line of scrimmage. Running the ball is impossible if the running back has no holes to run through. Throwing the ball is impossible if the quarterback has no time to find an open receiver. Which teams have the best offensive lines in the NFL this season?
The Buffalo Bills have what...
Last season, the San Francisco 49ers were a team with an exceptional defense and a very conservative run-centric offense. So far this season, the 49ers still feature one of the best defensive units in the league, but have seen an offensive explosion. After gashing the Buffalo Bills, the Niners offense set a number of franchise records.San Francisco defeated the Bills 45-3 on Sunday...
The San Francisco 49ers cruised to an easy 45-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills yesterday, but they received a scare when quarterback Alex Smith left the field with a hand injury. Fortunately for the 49ers, X-ray results showed a sprained finger and the injury isn’t considered a significant, reports Cam Inman of the Mercury News: Although he left Candlestick with his finger...
The NFL is investigating whether Buffalo defensive end Mario Williams has an injured left wrist.
Williams has not been on the Bills' injury report this season despite what he claims has been a wrist injury that has bothered him all season. But the team says he has not missed any practices or game time.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said Sunday that ''the club says he is...
Patrick Willis has established himself as one of the best defensive players in the NFL. And while the 49ers linebacker is physically gifted, it's what's inside of Willis that has brought him to new heights. Willis has been selected to the Pro Bowl in each of his first five NFL seasons after enjoying a standout college career at Ole Miss. Things haven't always been easy...
“Obviously, there’s something I’m not doing correctly with this football team in the second half.”The above words may have been spoken by Buffalo coach Chan Gailey, but they apply across the board for the Bills right now as they come off their 45-3 beating by the 49ers.When Buffalo went shopping for defense after such a poor showing in 2011, what they came up with was looked...
We have now had close to a week to digest what happened this past Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Patriots game started with such promise and ended with such disappointment, but such is the life of a Buffalo Bills fan. Disappointments are the norm and something we should just expect. The problem is with being a true Bills fan each week comes with optimism no matter the...
The NFL is investigating why the Buffalo Bills have yet to list Mario Williams on their injury list, despite the fact he has been vocal about a wrist injury, ESPN reported Sunday. Williams, who was a celebrated free-agent signing this off-season by the Bills, has been complaining about the injury all season, which is why the NFL is looking into the matter, league sources told ESPN...
The 49ers wrapped up an impressive 45-3 victory, behind a dominant performance from QB Alex Smith. There was some news after the game that left folks wary, but might not be quite so bad. Cam Inman of the Mercury News tweeted out that Alex Smith went to the x-ray room with Jim Harbaugh after the game for an unknown injury.
Thankfully it sounds like it should not be too serious....
One of the most prolific passing performances of Alex Smith's eight-year career again put the Buffalo Bills on the wrong end of a San Francisco 49ers record.
Smith threw for a season-high 303 yards and three touchdowns, Frank Gore ran for 106 yards and a score, and the 49ers amassed a franchise-record 621 yards in blowing by the Bills 45-3 on Sunday.
Michael Crabtree and Vernon...
Bills running back Fred Jackson was the team's leading carrier Sunday against San Francisco but he didn't lead the team in rushing yards.Fantasy Spin:Neither did C.J. Spiller. Buffalo's leading rusher ended up being Brad Smith, with one carry for 35 yards. Jackson and Spiller combined for 53 yards on 16 carries.
Bills DT Kyle Williams Fined $15,000 + -
Buffalo Bills DT Kyle Williams was fined $15,750 for hitting New England Patriots QB Tom Brady below the knee area. He was called for roughing the passer. In a stunning development, Williams was not happy with the fine.
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The Buffalo Bills have declared OL Cordy Glenn, SS Delano Howell, RB Johnny White, LB Kirk Morrison, OT Kraig Urbik, DL Spencer Johnson, QB Tarvaris Jackson inactive for Week 5. Source: KFFL.com Attached Thumbnails
Brandon Jacobs will be a game-day decision for the San Francisco 49ers as the running back believes he is ready to roll since suffering a knee injury in Week 2 of preseason.
Jacobs took a helmet to his left knee in an exhibition game at Houston but could make his regular-season debut with the 49ers on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. He had full participation in practice this...
As most know by now the 49ers did something no other team in the history of the NFL has done and that is throw and rush for over 300 yards in a game. Here is what is being said around Ninerland.
Eric Branch points out that not only was the offense historic, but the defense wasn’t to shabby.
Mike Sando points out that the NFC West is best league in the NFL and within that division...