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Believe it or not, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has thrown five interceptions in a single game before. And to make that fact even odder, the Cowboys actually won that game, a 25-24 October 2007 victory over the Buffalo Bills. That was a Monday n…Share Tweet
ESPN.com Oct 1, 2012Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey questioned his players' mental toughness on Monday, a day after the team's embarrassing -- and near-historic -- second-half collapse against the New England Patriots.Share TweetThe Bills held a 14-point lead in the 3rd quarter Sunday, only to end up allowing a total of 52 points and losing to the Patriots in stunning fashion. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick said he’s worried about the loss lingering, but coach Chan Gailey said that he knoShare TweetWe’re moving The John Murphy Show over to the Healthy Zone Fieldhouse tonight, for a meeting of the Monday Quarterback Club. We expect to see a lot of loyal Bills fans there. Here’s the lineup tonight: 7:20pm-Bills TE Scott Chandler. He’s one ofShare TweetThe Buffalo Bills likely will be without injured starting offensive linemen Cordy Glenn and Kraig Urbik for next Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers.Share TweetBills head coach Chan Gailey believes Justin Rogers, who drew the assignment of Wes Welker for most of Sunday’s game, will bounce back from the outing. Gailey also said he doesn’t believe they have a one-on-one coverage answer for Welker. “To be honShare Tweet
BDC 10/1: Bills vs. Patriots RecapDAILY REPORT —The Buffalo Bills’ record fell to 2-2 after being defeated by the New England Patriots 52-28 at Ralph Wilson Stadium in front of a sold-out crowd. Buffalo carried a 14-7 lead into halftime after TE Scott Chandler and QB Ryan FitzpatrickShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 1, 2012A good day for TE Scott Chandler can’t overshadow an ugly day for the Bills. CB Sean Smith had one of his best individual performances during the Dolphins loss. Early drops and a fumble gave way to a productive afternoon for Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski.Share Tweetbillsgab.com Oct 1, 2012Like a hurricane you never saw coming, the Patriots offense Sunday woke up out of a deep sleep, and there was nothing that the Bills could do about it. The result — a 52-28 beating that cements again just who is the top team to beat in the AFC East. TheShare Tweet