Bills Notebook: Back-to-back road wins rare for Bills | Olean Times Herald
The win marked the first time the Bills have won road games on back-to-back weeks since they beat Seattle and Miami in 2004.
Who needs to make a change at QB? | National Football Post
Former Bill Matt Bowen had this to say, "This may surprise some people, but I like the Buffalo offense more when Ryan Fitzpatrick is in the game. "
He's not as in depth as Ron, but Allen Wilson breaks down some of the line play from the Panthers game.
Andre Johnson has a lung contusion | ProFootballTalk.com
In Buffalo, the 4-3 Texans will face the 3-4 Bills, with both teams having legitimate hopes for a wild-card playoff berth.
Week Seven Morning Aftermath: Bills 20, Panthers 9 | ProFootballTalk.com
For the Bills, a two-game winning streak has unexpectedly thrust the team into the fringes of the discussion for a playoff berth.... To crash the party, a win over the Texans on Sunday will be crucial.
Lindell moves up Bills points chart – Inside The Bills
Rian Lindell passed Scott Norwood this week to move into second place on the all-time Bills points list behind Steve Christie.
Bills takeaways among league’s best – Inside The Bills
The Bills are plus-2 in turnover differential after their last two weeks. They are tied for the lead in INTs and are first in passes defended.
Fitzpatrick provides just enough | BuffaloBills.com
Even though most of his completions didn’t come until the second half, Fitzpatrick managed the game with poise and showed confidence when the offense struggled to gain yards in the first half.
Bills notebook: Edwards won't play Sunday : The Buffalo News
When asked if Trent Edwards would be the starter when he came back from injury, Dick Jauron had this to say: "We'll cross that bridge when we come to it."
Buffalo Bills' Byrd hauls in interceptions at a record pace | Democrat and Chronicle
Rookie safety Jairus Byrd is on a record interception pace for the Bills. The Bills record for any player is 10.
A good win, but Buffalo Bills not there yet | Democrat and Chronicle
The Buffalo Bills have won two straight road games, but Leo Roth and Sal Maiorana debate whether they are really that good.
That's Two in a Row | Democrat and Chronicle | Three-Point Stance
Sal Maiorana's blog says the Bills won ugly again but a win is a win, Ryan Fitzpatrick is a backup, Jairus Byrd is the real deal, Terrell Owens isn't, and some other thoughts on the game.
Niagara Gazette - BILLS DVR REWIND: Lynch lucky he didn’t get drilled
On the safety the Panthers weren’t blitzing. The Panthers’ four easily outmuscled the Bills’ six.
Breaking Down Panthers' Turnovers in Loss to Bills - Cat Scratch Reader
Ryan at SBN's Panthers' blog breaks down everry turnover in the Bills 20-9 win over Carolina.
Bills running headlong into another QB quandary - AFC East - ESPN
The Bills are almost there again. Once Edwards is healthy, the Bills will have another QB dilemma to deal with.
Defense carries Bills | Olean Times Herald
This is the type of game the Bills would routinely lose, a big edge in yardage and time of possession, but just enough turnovers to spell doom. But on Sunday afternoon at Bank of America Stadium, Buffalo experienced life on the other side.
POLLOCK: Bills find a ballhawk with Byrd | Olean Times Herald
Jairus Byrd's start to the season was rocky with Oregon exams cutting him off from rookie workouts and a groin injury and holdout sidelining him during training camp. Guess he was a quick study.
Taboo Time: Let’s Give Jauron Some Credit : Buffalo Sports Daily
Giving credit for the "bend but don't break" philosophy.
Twitter / Terrell Owens
sorry i didn't get 2 come out but banged my knee up a lil bit!