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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 10/27

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NFL: Are there any bright spots in Buffalo? - Yahoo! Sports Video
Tiki Barber thinks the Bills should let Ryan Fitzpatrick develop and focus on defense in the 2011 NFL Draft.

Ryan Fitzpatrick Plays Well for Winless Bills -
The recent play of quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick for winless Buffalo may give the Bills other ideas when it comes to next year’s NFL draft.

Gailey's faith leads to Parrish's rebirth - The Buffalo News
Jay Skurski covers the career resurgence of former punt returner/dog house occupant, current slot receiver Roscoe Parrish.

Linemen protect well, but they tip cap to Fitz -
Chris Brown takes a look at Buffalo's pass protection - it was good! - from the Ravens game.

Gailey's 'Message' To Bills' Maybin - WGR 550 SportsRadio
Joe Buscaglia sounds off on the Aaron Maybin situation.

Aaron Maybin behind Buffalo's 8-ball - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Tim Graham covers Chan Gailey's decision to bench Aaron Maybin. Includes quotes from the head coach.

Should we be encouraged by Buffalo Bills' offensive output? | Democrat and Chronicle
Sal Maiorana and Leo Roth discuss the Bills' most recent loss.

Bills vs. Chiefs: Chan Gailey's Return To Kansas City - Arrowhead Pride
The Kansas City Chiefs will host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday and for one man it will be a homecoming of sorts.

Kansas City Chiefs Fans Can Identify With Buffalo Bills Fans - Arrowhead Pride
"As a Kansas City Chiefs fan, I can identify with the Buffalo Bills." - Joel Thorman,

AFC East High Energy Player of the Week - AFC East Blog - ESPN
A look at a player who gave his team a significant boost in Week 7. Tim Graham gives the award to Bills WR Stevie Johnson.

Power Rankings: AFC East cemented - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The Buffalo Bills still rate dead last in ESPN's NFL power rankings.

AFC East cutting it close on the scoreboard - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The NFL released an interesting stat to illustrate how tight competition has been this year. Of the 104 games played, 31 have been decided by three points or less.