• Final thought: Bills and no-huddle

    Summary of 18 articles · Updated Sep 9, 2013
    A fumble by Bills running back C.J. The Bills have all six of their wide receivers on the 53-man roster up today. After making some key stops on defense early in the game, the Bills' defense couldn't hold on in the last minute, allowing the Patriots to gain a first down on third-and-8. With a one-point lead and less than six minutes remaining, it's unlikely the Patriots would have used the timeouts to stop the clock, so why not burn some clock? It was unclear as it happened, but if the Patriots recovered ...
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Upon Further Review: Bills Week 1

      A review of four hot issues from the Buffalo Bills' 23-21 season-opening loss to the New England Patriots: Offense needs more than Spiller: The Patriots stymied Bills running back C.J. Spiller on Sunday, forcing Buffalo to look for other ways to move th…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Bills' report card vs. Patriots

      ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Offering unit-by-unit grades following the Buffalo Bills' 23-21 loss Sunday to the New England Patriots: Coaching: C There's a few decisions/lapses that stand out here: (1) Not burning more clock on their final offensive possession…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Recap: Bills Vs Patriots

      Edelman and Brady celebrate after a TDPhoto By Bill Wippert (AP Photo) The New England Patriots defeated the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium, 23-21. Recap: On the Bills first offensive series, Kyle Arrington forced a CJ Spiller fumble, and Tommy K…
    • Rapid Reaction: Patriots 23, Bills 21

      ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Rapid reaction from the Buffalo Bills' season-opening loss to the New England Patriots: What it means: The Bills were one defensive stop away from coming away with just their second win against the Patriots since 2004. After making…
    • Live updates: Patriots at Bills

      Live updates from Ralph Wilson Stadium as the Patriots open the 2013 season against the Buffalo Bills.
      Source: boston.com
    • All 6 Bills WRs up today

      The Bills have all six of their wide receivers on the 53-man roster up today. It serves as solid indication that Buffalo’s offense is going to be spreading the field a good deal against the Patriots today. Most NFL clubs when facing the Patriots formida…
    • Niners take on Packers in playoff rematch

      The Packers and Niners are immersed in a physical battle in a rematch of one of last year's best playoff games.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Matchups to watch for: Patriots Vs Bills

      Brandon SpikesPhoto By Rick Stewart/Getty Images The New England Patriots will face Buffalo Bills today at 1 pm EST. We are taking a look at the matchups to watch for in the game today that will be crucial to a win for either team. 1. Scott Chandler vs …
    • What to watch for as the Patriots visit the Bills

      In facing the Bills, there are a number of challenges defensively. But mostly, there are questions about the makeup of this roster. Here's what we'll be watching.
      Source: boston.com
    • Live blog: Patriots at Bills

      Join our ESPN.com NFL experts as they break down the New England Patriots’ visit to the Buffalo Bills. Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 1:00 p.m. ET. See you there.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • BDC 9/9: Bills Defeated by Patriots in Season Opener

    DAILY REPORT–The Buffalo Bills were defeated 23-21 by the New England Patriots yesterday in their 2013 regular season and home opener at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Bills fell to 0-1 for the season with the loss. Rookie QB EJ Manuel turned in a steady per…
  • Bills Loss ends in Hope and Promise.

    Wow. What a game yesterday was when the Buffalo Bills hosted the New England Patriots. The oddsmakers are probably pulling their hairs out of their head right now. Yesterday the Bills had the chance to beat the Patriots but just fell a little bit short …
    Source: billsgab.com
  • Bills not big on winning time of possession

    The New England Patriots won the time of possession battle in Sunday’s season opener with the Bills by better than 15 minutes. That’s more than a quarter’s worth of game clock as the Pats held onto the ball for 37:43 to Buffalo’s 22:17. But winning time…
  • When the Bills will slow tempo down

    Bills head coach Doug Marrone effectively explained why his offense remained in their up tempo no huddle style late in the game. Clinging to a one-point lead he and his offensive staff felt they had to score more points to win the game and understandabl…
  • Sharing some halftime thoughts

    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Sharing some thoughts at halftime of the Patriots’ season-opening game against the Bills, with the Patriots leading 17-14: This was a half in which mistakes by both teams led to points. A fumble by Bills running back C.J. Spiller o…
    Source: ESPN.com

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