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Buffalo Bills news, 12/20: Bills-Dolphins 100th game this Sunday

It's the 100th meeting between the Buffalo Bills and the Miami Dolphins this Sunday according to

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Top 5 memorable Bills-Dolphins rivalry games -

"In the week leading up to a chilly December 22 Bills-Dolphins matchup at the Ralph, here's a look back at some of the most memorable games in the longstanding rivalry."

Coming Soon: Bills vs. Dolphins Rivalry - VIDEO -

"Coming soon, the 100th meeting between the Bills and Dolphins. This match-up can be seen live just once, Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium." My favorite Mario Williams sack ever (pictured above) makes the highlight reel of the 50-plus year history of the rivalry, including the 0-20 1970s and playoff matches between Jim Kelly and Dan Marino.

Bills-Dolphins 2013

Dolphins Scouting Report - Week 15 -
"The rematch with the Dolphins pits two teams that have split their last four meetings."

Preview: Miami Dolphins vs Buffalo Bills - VIDEO -
"NFL Films previews the Week 16 matchup between the Miami Dolphins and the Buffalo Bills."

Bills notebook: Bills can’t avoid blackout in final home game of the season - Sports - The Buffalo News
"I know this: the fans that are there, we need ’em. We have played much better at home," Bills coach Doug Marrone said. "I’d like to think it’s because of the coaching and all the other things, but never lose sight that the fans have done an outstanding job and have been part of the reason why we have played better there."

Weather expected to be a factor Sunday - ESPN
Marrone: "A lot of us have played in the cold or somewhere along the line and really when you're out there, you have heaters on the sidelines and you're really not out there long. The thing that I think where we benefit from being out there and the biggest difference is no doubt the wind."

Inside Edge: Dolphins at Bills - ESPN Video - ESPN
"ESPN NFL Insider Mike Sando delivers some stats to help you make a pick for Miami at Buffalo."

WGR 550 SportsRadio - Bills Proceed Thursday With Lewis At The Controls
Thaddeus Lewis: "The game is a chess match, even if they’re in a defense that counters this play, I can get us in the right situation now, where I couldn’t have done that the first game being my second start and things like that," he said. "The playbook still was open, but just missing little things."

WGR 550 SportsRadio - Bills' Williams Sits Out 2nd Straight Practice
"I think I'm still 50-50," the coach said. "We'll see how it goes." He was discussing Aaron Williams.

Miami Dolphins’ Tyson Clabo gets second chance at Bills - Miami Dolphins -
"Tackle Tyson Clabo hopes to continue playing at a higher lever than the last time the Dolphins played the Bills, when the results were disastrous." Lots of Mario Williams talk in this article if you're looking for a smile.

Dolphins' To-Do List Against The Bills -
"Breaking down the Dolphins’ biggest priorities this weekend."

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Curses? Bills playoff drought reaches 14 seasons - Daily Jeffersonian | Cambridge OH |
Thurman Thomas: "Yeah, it could be that. I've mentioned it to a couple of people at 1 Bills Drive about it," the Hall of Fame running back said, referring to the team's headquarters. "I tell you what, ever since we were let go on 'Black Thursday,' they haven't been to the playoffs."

Revisiting Thad Lewis-Robert Woods connection - ESPN
"When Thad Lewis started three games earlier this season in place of EJ Manuel, there was a noticeable drop-off in production by receiver Robert Woods."

Bills should tell EJ Manuel to brace himself - Bills Blitz
Sometimes you know an article's author by the headline. This is one of those times. Tim Graham makes a good point, though.

Multiple Manuel injuries don’t spell doom - Sports - The Buffalo News
"EJ Manuel’s most recent knee injury is cause for concern, but not a reason to give up on him. At least that’s the opinion of Stephania Bell, a physical therapist and board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist who serves as ESPN’s injury expert."

Inside The Bills | Kiko still atop Kiper rookie ranks
"ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper has been ranking the rookies all season long and Kiko Alonso is still atop his rankings after a solid game again last Sunday." Read what Big Hair has to say.