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Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills Links, 1/21

Jets, Bills dodged 'starter games lost' - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"The Buffalo Bills were tied for 21st with 42 starter games lost. That's a great development after what happened to them in 2009."

WR depth an asset for 2011 -
"Coming into the 2010 season Bills fans and players had no idea who was going to be the number two receiver opposite Lee Evans in Buffalo’s offense in season one under head coach Chan Gailey. Roscoe Parrish was largely penciled in as the slot receiver, but beyond him there was a lot of unproven talent at the NFL level. A short four months later the Bills head into an offseason where the wide receiver position could be considered Buffalo’s deepest on the roster."

Bills Focus: Rookie Season Parallels (3:39) -
"Bills running back C.J. Spiller did not have the success he was hoping for on the field, which was similar to another Chan Gailey coached rookie running back in Jamaal Charles."

Clayton: A Kick Changes Everything - WGR 550 SportsRadio
"In his weekly appearance on Schopp & the Bulldog, ESPN senior NFL writer John Clayton touched on how much hinged on one kick way long ago when the Buffalo Bills appeared in their first Super Bowl."

LSU hires former Buffalo Bills assistant coach Steve Kragthorpe | Democrat and Chronicle
"Steve Kragthorpe, a two-time college head coach and a former quarterbacks coach for the Bills, has been hired as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach."

Toronto's dreaming the impossible NFL dream | Winnipeg Sun
A look at Toronto's plight to get an NFL team.

Texas notebook: Gray considers himself coach foremost | Houston Chronicle
Former Bills DC Jerry Gray is profiled in this piece after being hired as DBs coach for the Texas Longhorns.

What Went Right: Roscoe Parrish : Buffalo Sports Daily
Parrish's emergence as a serious offensive threat was a big story in 2010.

2011 NFL Draft
Senior Bowler to Bills? - BillBoard - Blogs - The Buffalo News

"Over the past five years, seven of the 10 NFL teams that have coached the game have picked a player on the squad their men coached. Eight of the 10 teams picked a player on one of the two squads in the game."

Third Pick’s A Charm | THE BEST OF NICK MENDOLA . . .LIVE
Brian Koperski takes a look at all the third overall draft picks since 1970 to examine their impact.

The pros and cons for drafting Patrick Peterson | Buffalo Wins
Joe Pinzone argues with himself over selecting a CB at 3 overall.

Let The Draft Speculation Begin | NFL Blog Blitz: Buffalo Bills
A quick look at Alabama DL Marcell Dareus.