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Buffalo Bills news, 11/23: Da'Norris Searcy proving valuable

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The Buffalo Bills have leaned heavily on Da'Norris Searcy this year, and he has stepped up to the challenge.

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Bills’ Searcy catches Marrone’s eye - Sports - The Buffalo News

"The third-year veteran has scored both of the Bills’ defensive touchdowns this season, including a 32-yard interception he took to the house in Buffalo’s 37-14 victory over the New York Jets last Sunday. He’s also third on the team in tackles with 55, fifth in sacks (2.5) and tied for fourth in passes defended (five)."

Wilson convinced peers to do right thing after JFK's death | Rochester Business Journal

"Bills owner Ralph Wilson took the lead in convincing his comrades to do the right thing during one of the saddest weekends in our nation's history."

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Carpenter in position for Bills best kicking season - BuffaloBills.com
"To this point Carpenter is having one of his most productive seasons. He’s made 22 of 24 attempts for a 91.7 percent accuracy. He is poised to tie Rian Lindell’s most accurate season — in which Lindell made 23 of 25 field goals — if he makes his next field goal. Carpenter has made all of his extra points thus far."

Inside The Bills | Knee feels fine as EJ hits bye
"It feels fine," he said. "A little sore after the game like any other person or any other back, or any other injury. But it feels fine."

Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 11-22
Chris Brown defends Doug Marrone against critics of his fourth down decisions and discusses the pros and cons of the coaching staff to this point.

Bills' bye-week questions: Defensive line - ESPN
"Can the Bills set a new franchise single-season sacks record? "

Ranking the o-lines: second quarter - Pro Football Focus
The Bills are in at No. 24 at the halfway point of the season despite a great year from Cordy Glenn. Colin Brown is still affecting the team's grade while Doug Legursky has improved the spot - but that's not saying much.

Race for Rookie of the Year - Pro Football Focus
Kiko Alonso is in the top five while Nickell Robey is a guy to watch. It's not who they think is going to get the award but rather a collection of their grades to this point in the season.