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Bills Links, 9/18: McDermott commits to Allen as his starter

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The rookie quarterback is the starter for the forseeable future

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It should come as no surprise that Sean McDermott commit to Josh Allen as the starting quarterback of the Buffalo Bills for the foreseeable future. The head coach spoke with the media on Monday afternoon, including an appearance on WGR 550 AM during Schopp and the Bulldog. The audio is available below, as well as plenty of other updates in today’s edition of the Bills Links.


McDermott commits to Allen for foreseeable future | WGR 550 SportsRadio
Plus injury updates on LeSean McCoy and others

McDermott: 'Nobody said this was going to be easy' | WGR 550 SportsRadio
The Bills' head coach joined Schopp and the Bulldog to discuss his team's Week 2 performance and beyond

At long last, the Buffalo Bills rebuild is here - WKBW.com
The Buffalo Bills have dropped the first two games of the season, and over the course of the past week or so, the tone from head coach Sean McDermott has noticeably changed. What does it mean?

8 things we learned about the Minnesota Vikings, Buffalo Bills' Week 3 opponent | NewYorkUpstate.com
The Vikings are coming off of a tie with the Green Bay Packers.

6 things Buffalo Bills OC Brian Daboll said about Josh Allen's debut | NewYorkUpstate.com
Daboll: "He's a good, young pro and we're looking forward to getting him better each week."

Williams: Sunday 'was a tale of two halves' | WGR 550 SportsRadio
The Bills' defensive tackle joined Schopp and the Bulldog on Monday after another tough loss

Quick Hits: McDermott addresses LeSean McCoy’s status - BuffaloBills.com
Bills head coach Sean McDermott addressed the media on Monday following Buffalo's home opener. Here's what we learned.

Josh Allen a silver lining for Buffalo Bills in NFL Week 2 loss vs. Chargers - Cover 1
The Buffalo Bills fell to 0-2 in Week 2 of the 2018 NFL season, losing to the Los Angeles Chargers. But despite defeat, rookie quarterback Josh Allen is playing well enough to provide optimism in an otherwise ugly start to the year.

[BN] Blitz newsletter: Bills’ LeSean McCoy suffered cracked rib cartilage; not ruled out for Week 3 – The Buffalo News
"Bills running back LeSean McCoy looked to be in pain as he left the field holding his chest during Sundays game, and now we know why:"

The day after: Josh Allen wouldn’t stop fighting even after Vontae Davis quit on Bills – The Athletic
In a game in which Vontae Davis retired at halftime and the Bills again got blown out, Allen provided a look at a better future. (Subscription required.)

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Buffalo Bills vs. Los Angeles Chargers: Phillip Rivers surgically destroyed Bills secondary - Buffalo Rumblings
Philip Rivers owned the Bills defense on Sunday

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy did not suffer fractured ribs in Sunday’s loss to Los Angeles Chargers - Buffalo Rumblings
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Buffalo Bills can recoup nearly all of Vontae Davis contract money following abrupt retirement - Buffalo Rumblings
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