Sullivan: Jauron's decision took life out of Bills : Jerry Sullivan : The Buffalo News
So what does Jauron do? He puts his defense back on the field. Instead of making the reasonable, courageous gamble that might win the game, he decided it was more important to keep it close.
Bills prepare Byrd for solo flight : Buffalo Bills : The Buffalo News
The Buffalo Bills selected Jairus Byrd in the second round of April's draft with the intention of him eventually becoming a starter at safety. Ready or not, eventually is likely to come Sunday in Miami.
T.O. wallowing in his own martyrdom - AFC East - ESPN
Three weeks ago, I defended Owens' sense of humor when he jokingly told New England Patriots reporters on a conference call that he didn’t like Buffalo's no-huddle offense. Some outlets turned his off-handed comment into headlines that declared Owens hated the no-huddle. On Sunday, I asked Owens questions at a news conference minutes after his streak of 185 games with at least one reception was snapped in a 27-7 loss to the New Orleans Saints. Now Owens is acting like a victim, and this time I don't feel one bit moved.
Analysis of the Teams with Losing Records - John P. Lopez - SI.com
There is still hope in Buffalo. But when you step back and look at just how well the Bills have played in spurts, the soft upcoming schedule and the likelihood of key missing elements returning big, I'd bet on the Bills making a run before their division rival Dolphins, or even the 2-1 but struggling Patriots.
T.O. blames the media for his passive-aggressive routine | ProFootballTalk.com
By not answering questions about the passing game following the loss Sunday, Owens is up to his old tricks but in a passive-aggressive way.
Bills notebook: Lynch back in 'Beast Mode' : Sports : The Buffalo News
"Now Marshawn's back and we'll take some of that load off [Fred] and evenly distribute it because both those guys are good. It'll make us a better team."
Bills’ Whitner wants probation in Cleveland case | democratandchronicle.com | Democrat and Chronicle
Buffalo Bills defensive back Donte Whitner wants his disorderly conduct case in Cleveland dismissed through a probation program for first-time offenders. Whitner’s attorney asked Municipal Court Judge Angela Stokes on Tuesday to approve his participation in the program that would clear his record when he finishes probation. Court spokesman Ed Ferenc says Stokes scheduled an Oct. 27 hearing.
Niagara Gazette - BILLS: Moorman shows off skill set
Drew Brees was probably the first quarterback taken in your fantasy draft. Brian Moorman surely went undrafted. Yet this past Sunday, the Bills punter produced more points than the Saints star.
Dolphins vs Bills: Three Key Matchups - The Phinsider
On Sunday, the Dolphins host the Bills as they search for their first win of 2009. And these three matchups will be critical.
Why Owens not giving the media much – Inside The Bills
It’s obvious the last thing Owens wants to be is a catalyst for problems in Buffalo’s locker room, knowing what the prevailing opinion is among fans about Owens as a teammate. So in his case saying less helps him and his teammates more.
Week 4 power rankings: AFC East - AFC East - ESPN
Bills moved past the Dolphins by staying at the same spot, No. 21.
How I See It: AFC East Stock Watch - AFC East - ESPN
Stock Falling: Terrell Owens. Through three games, Owens ranks fifth on the team with five receptions for 98 yards and one touchdown. Running back Fred Jackson has three times as many catches. Tight end Derek Schouman didn't play Sunday and is out for the season, but he has almost double Owens' total.
Ryan still flying in approval ratings - AFC East - ESPN
Buffalo Bills coach Dick Jauron is clawing to stay in the double digits.
POLLOCK: Random thoughts on Bills’ defeat | Olean Times Herals
Thoughts hit on Gregg Williams, the fake field goal, Pierre Thomas, the 1:1 ratio of defensive/ST touchdowns to offensive touchdowns, and the pedestrian special teams effort through three games.
- Stats of the Week No. 5: Buffalo has failed to score an offensive touchdown in four of its last five home games.
- Stats of the Week No. 6: The Bills have more touchdowns from their defensive ends (2) than from Terrell Owens (1).
- As for New Orleans, Buffalo showed the Saints' offense is not unstoppable, holding the visitors to 10 points through the first three quarters. If the Bills had anything even slightly better than a Pop Warner offense with ultra-timid coaching, they might have prevailed.
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