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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson is out with a concussion, and there's at least one teammate who's unhappy with how Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes celebrated after delivering the blow.Share Tweet
It was just a walk through practice, but four Bills didn’t participate. Chris Kelsay, Aaron Williams, Mark Anderson and Fred Jackson were the non-participants. Only Kelsay has a chance to play. Chan Gailey called him 50-50 for Thursday night.Share TweetBills WR Donald Jones left Sunday’s game late in the fourth quarter, but fortunately he’s no worse for the wear and will be ready to go on Thursday night. “I am good,” said Jones. ”I just got the wind knocked out of me. It is not serious.” JoShare TweetIt’s an abbreviated week for the Buffalo Bills but we start with our regular Monday Night routine on The John Murphy Show. At 7pm tonight, we’ll get through the Bills news of the day, including the injury update after the game in New England. We’lShare TweetThe Patriots gave up 337 yards in the air to the Bills in Sunday’s 37-31 victory, keeping them firmly rooted at the bottom of the league when it comes to passing yards allowed per game and reminding us why they traded a fourth-round pick for the suspendShare Tweet
T.J. gains respect in shouldering blameBills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick said he learned something about rookie WR T.J. Graham after hearing that the receiver took the blame for the failed pass to the end zone that wound up being intercepted by Devin McCourty with 23 seconds remaining preventing a cShare Tweet
Bills-Dolphins a sell outThe Bills announced that tickets for the Thursday, Nov. 15th home prime time game vs. the Miami Dolphins are sold out. The game will be shown locally on WBBZ-TV, nationally on NFL Network and internationally in Toronto on Sportsnet. The Nov. 15th prime …Share Tweet
Sanchez-Fitzpatrick-Tannehill WatchESPN.com Nov 12, 2012It was not a banner weekend for the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills or Miami Dolphins. All three teams suffered losses. How will that impact the AFC East blog’s latest installment of the "Sanchez-Fitzpatrick-Tannehill Watch?" Let’s examine. Mark Sanchez,Share TweetThe NFL and USAA, the NFL’s Official Military Appreciation Sponsor, announced nominees for the second annual NFL Salute to Service Award and Bills owner Ralph Wilson is the nominee for the Bills. 2012 SALUTE TO SERVICE TEAM NOMINEES Mr. Wilson served inShare Tweet
Superstorm Sandy hits home for JonesSuperstorm Sandy ravaged much of the East Coast, leaving homes destroyed, people without power for days, with nowhere to turn but to each other. For Bills wide receiver Donald Jones, it literally hit home. Jones and his father jointly own a hat store in…Share TweetDAILY REPORT —The Buffalo Bills came up just short in a back-and-forth shootout with the New England Patriots by the score of 37-31 at Gillette Stadium. After holding the Patriots to a field goal to put New England up six with just over two minutes to pShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 12, 2012Patriots running back Danny Woodhead had a 15-yard rushing touchdown and an 18-yard receiving touchdown Sunday against the Bills, and that has Tom Brady thankful to have Woodhead as a teammate. And thankful for the division rival that made Woodhead avai…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 12, 2012Said Bills RB C.J. Spiller, “We knew that, every time we’ve played these guys, we’ve been successful moving the ball against them. That’s a great defense that we went up against and I’m proud of our guys, but at the same time, I’m very disappoShare TweetThe Bills were unable to pull out a come from behind victory Sunday at Gillette Stadium, and their 3-6 record puts them in a deep hole, but head coach Chan Gailey is resolute in his belief that Buffalo has a shot at the postseason. “Still a chance. StilShare Tweet