"Bills rookie linebacker takes us behind the scenes as he was mic'd up for Sunday's game against the Chiefs."
WGR 550 SportsRadio - Upon Further Review: Bills Vs Chiefs
Jeff Tuel performed admirably and the running backs had another good day, as did the rookie receivers. Scott Chandler wasn't himself on offense and Arthur Moats wasn't too great on the defense, either. A lot of middle-of-the-road scores from Joe B this week.
WGR 550 SportsRadio - JW: All-22 Review Week 9 - Bills/Chiefs
Jeremy White highlights both of Jeff Tuel's touchdown passes - one to each team. He also follows Kiko Alonso and newly signed defensive tackle Stefan Charles, who had himself a pretty nice debut.
Bills run 'D' tightening up - BuffaloBills.com
"Facing the Saints in Week 8 and the Chiefs in Week 9, Buffalo held both teams to less than 100 yards rushing. Kansas City and the league’s all-purpose yardage leader Jamaal Charles were held to a total of 95 rushing yards last Sunday. It marked the first time this season that the Chiefs failed to eclipse the century mark on the ground."
Inside The Bills | Bills determined to improve on goal line
Fred Jackson and Eric Wood don't sound like they have a plan for improving, but I guess they're "determined".
Inside The Bills | Hackett has offense working thru QB changes
"One of the things that gets missed in all this is Nathaniel Hackett, it’s been very difficult for what he’s been going through along with the rest of the players with the different quarterbacks having to play and what’s going on and who’s playing," said Doug Marrone. "He’s really done a nice job of getting those guys ready to play."
Johnson on Bills’ red-zone woes: ‘It’s ugly’ - Sports - The Buffalo News
"The Bills have fallen to 31st in the NFL in the percentage of times they’ve scored touchdowns inside the red zone, at just 42.3 (11 of 26)." Quotes from the team abound, with Stevie Johnson suggesting they should look to him more.
Power Rankings: No. 23 Buffalo Bills - ESPN
"If the Bills can't emerge from games against the No. 27 Steelers, No. 26 Falcons, No. 31 Buccaneers and No. 32 Jaguars with three or four wins, then they deserve whatever ranking they receive."