CINCINNATI, OH - OCTOBER 2: Bryan Scott #43 creates an interception against Andre Caldwell #87 of the Cincinnati Bengals during their game on October 2, 2011 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Bengals defeated the Bills 23-20. (Photo by John Grieshop/Getty Images)
Bills 'D' aims to reduce big plays against them - BuffaloBills.com
"Through the first four games the number of big plays (15 yards or more) given up by Buffalo’s defense has numbered 39. That’s 15 percent of the total plays run against the Bills this season (260).That may not seem like much, but Buffalo has given up the fifth most "big run plays" (10 yards) allowing 15 thus far, and the fifth most "big pass plays" (25 yards) with 10, in the league. It’s why at the season’s quarter pole Buffalo has surrendered more total yards (1,620) than they did through the first four games in 2010 (1,556)."
AFC East Stock Watch - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The Bills' stock as a whole is falling says James Walker.
Inside The Bills | Bills not expecting respect
"In this league you earn respect every week," said head coach Chan Gailey. "You don’t stay the same, you go up or you go down. You very seldom stay the same. The respect that we have throughout the league, I believe we did (go down). When you lose, that happens. So you’ve got to go earn it back."
Dream Team now Team Desperate - The Buffalo News
"When backup quarterback Vince Young labeled his Philadelphia Eagles a 'dream team' during training camp, he saddled the club with some lofty expectations. So far, the Eagles haven't come close to living up to them. A chic Super Bowl pick before the season, Philadelphia will enter Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday with a 1-3 record, desperate for a win to simply stay in the NFC playoff picture."
NFL Power Rankings: AFC East - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The Bills drop only three spots after their upset loss to stay at nine.
Power Rankings Roundup: Week 4 - WGR 550
"Four weeks in to the season, the Buffalo Bills have a 3-1 record. But most recently, the Bills have a loss saddled to their name. How do they stack up against the rest of the league according to national football websites? Here's the weekly power rankings roundup:"
Buffalo and Detroit share pain, hope - Bucky Gleason
"We in Buffalo and you in Detroit share more than Lake Erie. We understand what you've been through. Detroit was the poorest city in the nation last year. Buffalo was second. Our towns aren't much different from one another with our economic strife, declining population, industries that shut down, businesses that skipped town."
Music man Scott surging with Bills - phillyBurbs.com
"Outside of football, he has his music. He can play the piano, saxophone and drums and can sing, too, but has no desire to become a pop artist when his NFL career ends, he said."
Next test for Bills: Overcoming adversity - Wellsville Daily Reporter
"Within a single game, the Bills have been able to overcome adversity, but after tasting success and being put on a pedestal, how will they respond after a letdown?"
Local Notes: Defense still a concern for the Bills - Olean Times Herald
"IN SHORT, other than Buffalo squandering a two-touchdown lead, this wasn’t as bad a loss as it would appear. And remember this, without those two impressive comebacks, the Bills could easily be 1-3. And there’s not a fan of that team, if asked in August, who wouldn’t have happily accepted a 3-1 start."
Bills’ old turf is allocated for free to seven organizations - The Buffalo News
"Seven organizations will split up the Buffalo Bills’ old turf from Ralph Wilson Stadium." Check out the organizations and what they are using it for here.
A.J. Green Nominated For Pepsi NFL Player of the Week - Cincy Jungle
Andy Dalton and A.J. Green are both up for NFL awards after their comeback win over the Buffalo Bills.