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Bills scout compares WR prospect to Eric Moulds

BY DAN BEGNOCHEIt's no secret that the Buffalo Bills are looking for another wide receiver.Buffalo has passed on a number of big and mid-name wideouts since the free agency period began, leading us to believe that the need will be filled this weekend during the draft. (photo: Tennessee Journalist, Flickr)Tom Roth, the Bills' scout for college football's SCC and ACC divisions...
Via AFC East Daily
April 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Stevie Johnson closing in on Bills receiving record

Over the years, the Bills have had elite wide receivers post excellent numbers, but there’s one record that star wideout Stevie Johnson has that stands above the rest.  Johnson is about to do something that legendary Buffalo Bills like Andre Reed and Eric Moulds couldn’t accomplish… Post back-to-back-to-back 1000 yard receiving seasons. No Buffalo Bill had ever had back-to...
Via Down and Distance
December 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Big Bumphis Day Brings TD Receiving Record

LEXINGTON-- It’s a great thing to write one’s name in the record book. Yet for Chad Bumphis notching his 18th career touchdown catch means something else and maybe even bigger. “I get to talk stuff to Eric Moulds now!” the senior receiver said. “Next time I see him, and he said he’d be at the Tennessee game so I’ll talk to him about it a little bit!”
Via mississippistate.scout.com
October 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Is Stevie Johnson a True Number One Receiver for the Bills?

Is Stevie Johnson the Bills’ first true number one receiver since Andre Reed and Eric Moulds, or is he the next Lee Evans? The first two names mentioned were seen as true number one receivers in the eyes of Bills fans. Since Moulds left in 2005, many fans have been looking for their next true number one receiver. While the Bills did have Lee Evans from 2004-2010 and while some...
Via Queen City Sports
October 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Moulds still has the mark

Detroit WR Calvin Johnson was virtually unstoppable in the NFC Wild Card playoff game over the weekend between Detroit and New Orleans. Though the Saints won, Johnson posted 11 catches for 211 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Still, it didn’t set the record for most receiving yards in a playoff game. That distinction is still held by former Buffalo WR Eric Moulds. Moulds had nine...
Via Inside the Bills
January 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Stevie Johnson Leaves His Mark on Buffalo by Breaking Record

It's hard to believe, but in the 52-year history of the Buffalo Bills they have never had back-to-back 1,000 yard receivers until 2012 and Stevie Johnson. Not Andre Reed, Don Beebe, Eric Moulds, Lee Evans or even James Lofton could even accomplish the feat but entering the game with 964 yards Johnson knew he had a chance and he even did his famous lifting of the shirt on...
Via The Penalty Flag
January 01, 2012  |  Discuss
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