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43 min ago | YourErie
The Bills 2-0 start has been buoyed by a wave of emotion. The team was motivated to prove the doubters wrong in week one.
4 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider
Rob Astorino, the underdog Republican running against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo , is now taking hits for being a fan of a Florida football team. Liz Benjamin of the State of Politics blog reported Monday morning that the local Democratic Party in Buffalo released a television ad going after Astorino for not supporting the Buffalo Bills in their home-opener against the Miami Dolphins.
8 hrs ago | CBS Local
After an impressive win over the Pats in Week 1, Miami wasted no time giving it back, as the Dolphins went into Buffalo and laid goose eggs in three of four quarters against the Bills. The end result was a humbling 29-10 defeat, and for all intents and purposes, Joe Philbin's team underperformed in every facet of the game.
12 hrs ago | MusketFire
Sep 14, 2014; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive end Jarius Wynn and defensive tackle Stefan Charles sack Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Buffalo beats Miami 29 to 10. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports Two weeks of the 2014 NFL season are in the books, and the Buffalo Bills are the sole leaders of the AFC East.
The Buffalo Bills' secondary got a boost on Sunday morning with the news that cornerback Stephon Gilmore and safety Aaron Williams will both be active for the team's Week 2 game against the Miami Dolphins. Gilmore was inactive for Week 1 with a groin injury but practiced in full all week.
14, 2014, in Orchard Park, N.Y. After a tough week off the field, the NFL got back to playing - and the focus turned to big-name players who were injured all over the league. Robert Griffin III, Jamaal Charles, DeSean Jackson, A.J. Green and Knowshon Moreno all left their games on a busy Sunday for team trainers and medical staffs.
Two weeks into the season, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins is evoking memories of another great receiver that used to play on Sundays in the NFL . Reed, who was the favorite target of quarterback Jim Kelly as the Bills went to four straight Super Bowls, is a beloved figure in the Buffalo area.
Fans at a sold-out Ralph Wilson Stadium gave its late namesake a standing ovation Sunday as the Buffalo Bills saluted their founder before the home opener against the Miami Dolphins. Wilson, who died in March, was one of many Bills legends whose names were written in black along the upper bowl of the stadium.
The Bills will be without linebacker Keith Rivers, who suffered a groin injury last week in Chicago. Defensive backs Ross Cockrell and Jonathan Meeks, running back Bryce Brown, tight end Lee Smith, offensive linemen Cyril Richardson and Cyrus Kouandjo will be inactive as well.
It's Sunday. This is probably one of the biggest Sunday's in Buffalo Bills Football history.
When the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins take the field, AFC East supremacy will be on the line at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday. OK, perhaps that could be getting a little too ahead of things, but with the New York Jets on the road in Green Bay, and with New England already down a game in 2014, the likelihood is that the winner of the Bills-Dolphins matchup will be in sole possession of first place in the division.
Bills running back Fred Jackson's nasty stiff-arm of Bears safety Chris Conte late in last Sunday's game was replayed over and over all week. But Jackson's strong shove, which sent Conte flying to the ground, wasn't what Jackson's teammates wanted to talk about afterward.
Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel celebrates a touchdown against the Chicago Bears with teammate Fred Jackson at Soldier Field in Chicago, Sept. 7, 2014.
Buffalo shuffled their offensive line several times in the preseason. How did the new group do in its debut against the Bears? The Buffalo Bills had a brand new offensive line in their season opener against the Chicago Bears last weekend, lining up a combination of five players for the first time in front of the public.
It had to happen at some point - sometimes the schedules align to create a dud of a week. For this week, I'm going to start you off by not recommending a noon game.
With the Bills' long-term future in Buffalo appearing secure and their best quarterback in franchise history cancer free, the team spent Friday evening celebrating the life of the man who started it all. "This is a special day even though the torch is going to be passed on, we're still here to celebrate Ralph Wilson," said former Bills quarterback Jim Kelly, who announced last week that he was cancer free after getting treatment for sinus cancer.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 05:26 pm
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