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Donte Whitner may not have known just what he called Fred Jackson when he used the term, but it certainly wasn’t complementary. And he seems to think that C.J. Spiller is not an inside runner. Here was Whitner’s description of Jackson as a back, whichShare Tweet
John Murphy Show-ThursdayA little on the Bills, a little on the Niners, and a little Thursday night football tonight. The John Murphy Show is on the air at 7pm, leading up to Thursday Night Football between the Cardinals and the Rams. Tonight at 720pm, we’ll talk with Bills LBShare TweetESPN.com Oct 4, 2012The Buffalo Bills are 2-2 at the quarter mark of the season. Here are some grades of where Buffalo currently stands: Offense: B Buffalo’s offense is 11th in the NFL and has been productive. The running game is top-notch when healthy. Tailback C.J. SpillShare Tweet
BDC 10/4: 16th Anniversary of the FieldhouseDAILY REPORT —The Buffalo Bills will begin a two-game West Coast road trip this weekend with the first match-up at the San Francisco 49ers. Sunday’s game will be the 11th regular season meeting between the two teams. THIS DAY IN BILLS HISTORY OctoberShare Tweet
Jackson expects to wear knee brace againBills RB Fred Jackson will again wear a knee brace on his right leg this week against San Francisco. Jackson said he expects he’ll be donning the hardware for a second straight week. Beyond this week however, he’s not sure. “I think that’s aShare Tweet
Where teams have run on SFThe 49ers run defense is pretty darn good across their entire front, but early this season opponents have round some running lanes with consistency. Knowing Sunday’s game could come down to which teams runs the ball better, here’s where the Bills mighShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 4, 2012After searching all last year, the Bills are still looking for any degree of consistency on offense. Dolphins CB Sean Smith is living up to expectations after the Vontae Davis trade. Patriots RT Sebastian Vollmer is playing better after a slow start. Je…Share Tweet