MIAMI GARDENS, FL - NOVEMBER 20: Ryan Fitzpatrick #14 of the Buffalo Bills is sacked by Jared Odrick #98 of the Miami Dolphins during a game at Sun Life Stadium on November 20, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
McGee out for season; Jackson, Jones also hurt - BuffaloBills.com
Fred Jackson should be good to go, says the running back, but the prognosis is not as good for Terrence McGee or Donald Jones.
Chan Gailey Postgame Press Conference - BuffaloBills.com
When I listened to this yesterday, I thought Chan Gailey sounded worn out. When you watch it, he looks that way, too.
Alarming lack of depth puts Bills in tailspin - The Buffalo News
The team that lost to the Dolphins, 35-8, on Sunday couldn't beat anyone. They're the worst team in the league right now. They'd have their hands full with St. Francis. "It's embarrassing," said linebacker Chris Kelsay. "We've literally been getting beat up. Guys are just out-physicaling us. We aren't executing. We've got to find some answers. I don't know what those are. I don't think anybody does at this point."
Bills drop third straight 35-8 to Miami - BuffaloBills.com
"I wish I could give you an explanation," said head coach Chan Gailey. "I cannot give you an explanation of how we played effectively earlier in the year and we’re not playing effectively now and we lost that one as a team every phase had problems, real problems."
Ryan Fitzpatrick Postgame Press Conference - BuffaloBills.com
Fitzpatrick talks to the media after the game.
Bills Roundup: Buffalo Left Searching for Answers - BuffaloBills.com
Chris Brown recaps the day.
Inside The Bills | Urbik to move to center next week
"That’s probably the direction we’re going to have to go from here on out," said Gailey when asked if Urbik would step into the pivot.
Inside The Bills | Chan on Levitre at center
"He came up and talked to me and I appreciate that, but I don’t want him to feel sorry for me," Levitre told Buffalobills.com. "It’s not like I haven’t played center before. I felt like I could play it and did an okay job, but some of those snaps at the end weren’t very acceptable and I’ll take the blame for that. But he has nothing to feel bad about."
Inside The Bills | Stevie: Identity not confidence
"Confidence is still there, it’s on us to find a way to shake whatever funk we’re in right now," he said. "Maybe we’re trying to find our identity as an offense. I don’t know. That’s what it seems like, but you wouldn’t expect that after the weeks that we put up points and felt like we were rolling. The past couple of weeks it just seems like we’re trying to find ourselves."
Inside The Bills | Miscommunication an issue
"We did some good things today on defense, but just didn’t do everything," he said. "We had some coverage, some miscommunication, and all of that type of stuff. We got to clean all of that up if we want to be good."
Inside The Bills | C.J. shoulders blame
"That’s on me, I should have punched that in," said Spiller. "I’ll dwell on that watching it on film. The guys did a great job of hacking it up and I just didn’t punch it in. That series right there, that’s all on me, it should have been six points."
Breaking Bad: Bills trampled by Dolphins - The Buffalo News
"The Buffalo Bills' plane made it back to Western New York on Sunday night, which was the biggest upset of the day. The Bills' season is going so far south, so fast, you'd have thought their pilot would have flown to Cuba."
Oh snap! Levitre has a bad day - The Buffalo News
"A lot of that came at the end with the slick ball and I think we had some issues with that," quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said. "I think he was in a tough situation with the weather and not being a guy that has done a lot of that, but he worked real hard at it this week. He was just in a tough spot today."
Injuries strike two more starters - The Buffalo News
"Donald Jones slowly walked out of the Buffalo Bills locker room, plopped himself in the front seat of a golf cart and looked doleful as he placed headphones over his ears. Seconds later, Terrence McGee emerged with the aid of crutches as he sat in the back of the same cart with a similar, grim look."
Quarterly Report: Dolphins 35, Bills 8 - The Buffalo News
A quarterly look at yesterday's debacle.
Report Card: Grades reflect epic failure - The Buffalo News
Run defense gets an A-, while the pass defense got a D. There were a lot of Fs.
HAMILTON: This Collapse Is Worse - WGR 550
Paul Hamilton's meandering post-game column.
Reaction: Dolphins 35 - Bills 8 - WGR 550
"Bills' MVP: Garrison Sanborn - I couldn't leave it blank again. Bills' LVP: Do I really have to pick one? Take your pick."
Bills season slipping away | Democrat and Chronicle
"I wish I could give you an explanation why we played effectively earlier in the year and why we're not playing effectively now," said coach Chan Gailey following the Bills' third straight loss, this one a demoralizing 35-8 setback to AFC East rival Miami, a team that began the year with seven consecutive losses but has now won three in a row.
Sal's Six Points: Answered | Democrat and Chronicle
"Before Sunday’s game against Miami, reporter Sal Maiorana asked six questions of the Bills. Following Sunday’s game, here are the answers."
AFC East mired in mediocrity - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"The two middle teams, well ... let's just say they personify the word "pretender." Just three days after the New York Jets were upset by Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos, the Bills also were embarrassed in an ugly, 35-8 loss to the Miami Dolphins."
Fred Jackson says calf 'alright' - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"I will be alright," Jackson said. "It's just a bruise right now. So we will get some treatment on it next week and see what happens."
Rapid Reaction: Dolphins 35, Bills 8 - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"Here are some initial thoughts on the Dolphins' 35-8 victory over the Buffalo Bills."