Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 1/23

FOXBORO, MA - JANUARY 22: Sterling Moore #29 of the New England Patriots breaks up a catch intended for Lee Evans #83 of the Baltimore Ravens late in the fourth quarter during their AFC Championship Game at Gillette Stadium on January 22, 2012 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Evans lets game slip away - The Buffalo News
"Lee Evans sat motionless at his locker with his head buried in his chest with tears flowing. No, he was not bearing infamy well. As reporters gathered around him, Evans picked up a towel, wiped off his face and stood to answer questions."

Ravens' Evans takes blame for loss - St Louis Post-Dispatch
"There's really not a whole lot to say about it," Evans said. "It is what you saw. It was an opportunity for us to go to the Super Bowl, and I let it go."

Moore is better - BostonHerald.com
"Leave it to a former member of the Buffalo Bills to wind up on the wrong side of a crucial postseason play."

Inside The Bills | Bryan Scott on Paterno passing
The following statement is being sent on behalf of Buffalo Bills safety Bryan Scott , Penn State alum regarding the passing of Joe Paterno.

Curse of Super Bowl losers now eats at Colts – USATODAY.com
"My theory is it all began with the 1990-93 Buffalo Bills. Getting to four consecutive Super Bowls was remarkable, but losing all four turned them into a punch line. Apparently, the football gods didn't like the jokes, so they decided it would henceforth be impossible for Super Bowl losers to quickly return. Fate would be as foul as needed."

Sabres taking the same toll the Bills do - The Buffalo News
"For God’s sake, can’t we get a decent pro sports team in this town? The Bills are chronic losers. Now the Sabres are in free-fall."

Gailey Talks Up Spiller and the Ground Game for 2012 - Bills Gab
"I wouldn’t call it 50-50, but it’s closer to 50-50 than it ever has been because (Spiller’s) more confident and we have more confidence in him having experience now," Gailey said. "To me, it’s a win-win for everybody except them individually. It’s a win-win for the team."

Do the Bills need more offensive line help? - BuffaLowDown
"It is nice going into a off season without the offensive line being the top priority in Buffalo for the first time in years."

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