FitzCassel: Bills' and Chiefs' QBs are mirror images - Sports - The Buffalo News
"At some point, the amazing story of perseverance ceases to be adorable."
Scouting Report - Week 2 - BuffaloBills.com
Chris Brown previews the game giving key match-ups and more.
Editor's Note: With the problems SB Nation was experiencing this morning, I was forced to put this post togeter a little bit differently. We should be back to the normal set-up tomorrow. - MRW
The "list of the unforgiven" for rowdy fans - City & Region - The Buffalo News
"It is called the list of the unforgiven - the names of fans no longer allowed into their favorite National Football League stadiums. That list is coming to Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park - and every other NFL stadium that didn't already have one - starting this season."
Walker's AFC East predictions - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Walker picks the Bills in a squeaker.
The 12th Man: The Bills Chefs - YNN, Your News Now
"Every weekend YNN, is taking a look at the 12th Man, the Buffalo Bills fans who go above and beyond. This week, YNN's Ryan Whalen spoke with two fans who never go to a game on an empty stomach."
Inside the NFL: Fewer games at Ralph, more in Toronto likely - Sports - The Buffalo News
Mark Gaughan thinks the Bills will likely have 8 games over 5 years in Toronto during the regular season.
Pressure growing on Gailey to produce wins - Sports - The Buffalo News
Show us the baby...
Scouting Report: Bills must protect the ball - Sports - The Buffalo News
The Bills are really bad when Fitz has two picks or more.
Lease should lock team here after Wilson is gone - City & Region - The Buffalo News
"It was about time that somebody at the table said it. It is not often that the unvarnished truth is uttered by a PR flack."
Bills’, Chiefs’ QBs are under a microscope - KansasCity.com
"Fans are losing patience with both of Sunday's starting quarterbacks. Both the Chiefs' Matt Cassel and the Bills' Ryan Fitzpatrick were wildly inconsistent in their teams’ season-opening losses last week and face almost must-win situations, not only to avoid 0-2 starts but to keep their teams from getting buried in the standings before the end of September."
Chiefs-Bills scouting report - KansasCity.com
"Much depends on the Chiefs’ ability to play with a lead, something they never could accomplish in last week’s opener against the Falcons. If the Chiefs can get ahead, the Bills have to honor their whole playbook, making the entire operation more efficient. If not, Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis become less effective. In defensive tackles Marcell Darius and Kyle Williams, the Bills have a pair of strong, physical players who will challenge the middle of the Chiefs’ line."
Bills counting on C.J. Spiller to establish running game - Democrat and Chronicle