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Chan Gailey said Monday morning that it didn’t look good for Fred Jackson’s chances the rest of the year after sustaining a knee injury. Now the Bills head coach has given strong indication that the veteran back is headed to I-R. “He’s not going t
2012 attack had shift in philosophyUpdated Dec 10, 2012 Share TweetAfter the Bills wrapped up the 2011 season with C.J. Spiller exploding onto the scene over the last six games of the year in place of the injured Fred Jackson, it led to the decision by Chan Gailey and his staff to change their offensive approach. Inste…
Anderson, A. Williams back Sunday?Updated Dec 10, 2012 Share TweetWhile Fred Jackson’s season is over with a knee injury, Buffalo might be getting two players that have been out a while back this week. That according to Bills head coach Chan Gailey. “We’ve got some guys coming back,” said Gailey. ”Mark (AnderShare TweetBuffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller is one month into his new role as the team's starting running back, but that has not translated into Spiller receiving increased playing time or involvement in the offense. The NFL's leader in "yards per carr…Share TweetCan those zany New York Jets (6-7) get the final wild card for the AFC playoffs? What must happen for the New England Patriots (9-3) to get the No. 1 or No. 2 seed and a first-round bye? Do the Buffalo Bills (5-8) and Miami Dolphins (5-8) still have a m…Source: ESPN.com
Sheppard: We all know it’s sickeningUpdated Dec 10, 2012 Share TweetBills LB Kelvin Sheppard and the defense held their fourth straight opponent to under 90 yards rushing. The Rams averaged just 2.9 per carry in the win over Buffalo. Buffalo’s defense has also allowed an average of 16.8 points per game over their last
Players see killer instinct as issueUpdated Dec 10, 2012 Share TweetClosing out tight games has proven difficult for the Bills. They did kneel out their five-point win over Miami and they killed the clock in their Week 3 win at Cleveland, but they’ve found it tough to hang on to leads in some other close games and it haShare TweetDAILY REPORT —The Buffalo Bills were defeated by the St. Louis Rams, 15-12, in front of a sold-out crowd at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The loss drops the Bills 2012 record to 5-8. Chilly temperatures combined with spats of rain and wind halted both team’Share TweetBills top wideout Stevie Johnson had six catches for 71 yards in Sunday’s game, but he was just as frustrated as everyone else that the offense couldn’t make the plays it needed to down the stretch to ensure victory in a tight game. Johnson was firstShare TweetThe Bills did not handle one fourth down decision in the fourth quarter well at all. Dolphins DE Cameron Wake didn’t want to celebrate after a loss, but his three sacks give him a career high-tying 14 on the season. C Ryan Wendell has overcome plenty ofSource: profootballtalk.com