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Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis Opening comments “The Bills are playing really good football. Offensively, they’ve been impressive. They’ve really done a great job of not turning the football over. They’ve been very productive on third downs, which is key. They’ve converted 40 percent of their third downs. That’s what stands out. Obviously (Bills QB) Tyrod …

A look at the records might suggest it’s a mistake that the 3-1 Buffalo Bills are underdogs to the 1-3 Cincinnati Bengals. An 0-2 start had the Bengals looking like one of the worst teams in the NFL. Coach Marvin Lewis, however, borrowed a page from Rex Ryan, who last year fired offensive coordinator Greg Roman and replaced him with Anthony Lynn after the Bills got of…

Bills head coach Sean McDermott insisted he has all the confidence in the world in his receiving corps. Even after the loss of Jordan Matthews. Even after the team re-signed Philly Brown on Tuesday. The lack of production from the position group and Matthews’ indefinite absence due to thumb surgery haven’t shaken McDermott’s resolve (at least not publicly) nor …

News Sports Reporter Vic Carucci joined Jonah Javad for his weekly Bills breakdown on WGRZ Monday. They discussed the Bills' big victory against the Falcons, LeSean McCoy's touchdown drought and looking forward to Sunday's game against the Bengals.

The NFL season is heading to Week Five, and the Bills are 3-1 after a victory against the Atlanta Falcons. The betting site betlabsports.com has used its data and simulates the season 10,000 times to come up with a weekly Probability Index. The index uses team projections and adjusts for strength of schedule. The Bills made a huge jump and are now projected Win di…

The announcers for this week's Buffalo Bills television broadcast have been announced. CBS will broadcast Sunday’s Bills game at the Cincinnati Bengals at 1 p.m. Tom McCarthy will handle the play-by-play and Bills Wall of Famer Steve Tasker and Steve Beuerlein. Here's a wrapup of Alan Pergament's reviews of Bills broadcasts this season: http://buffalonews.c…

Throughout the 2017 season, The Buffalo News will track the performances of players from both Western New York and local colleges who are currently in the NFL. Here are their results in Week Four: • Eagles S Corey Graham: The Buffalo native missed his second straight game -- after playing in 159 straight -- because of a hamstring injury. He sat out Philadelphia's 26-2…

Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott addresses the media following Sunday's win against the Atlanta Falcons. He addressed the shooting in Las Vegas, Anquan Boldin and Tre'Davious White. https://youtu.be/hRoqba6yvt0 http://buffalonews.com/2017/10/02/said-hc-mcdermott-oc-dennison-dc-frazier-cb-white/

Cincinnati Bengals rookie defensive end Carl Lawson will be facing the Bills on Sunday minus two teeth. For some reason, Lawson was not wearing a mouthpiece when he went to sack Cleveland Browns quarterback DeShone Kizer. As he made the tackle, he saw the teeth go flying. They were later spotted by a Cincinnati Enquirer photographer in a small jar on the sideline. …

The Buffalo Bills have been lucky up to this point when it comes to injuries. The team entered Week Four against the Atlanta Falcons as the healthiest team in the NFL, in fact. It exited Mercedes-Benz Stadium with some issues, though. Among those is linebacker Ramon Humber, who according to a report Monday from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport "is believed to have broken h…

Below are the Buffalo Bills' snap counts for the 2017 season, with some observations from the Week Four win over the Falcons. • Defensive tackle Marcell Dareus played just 22 snaps in his first game back after missing Week Three because of an ankle injury. Dareus' snap count was the lowest of any player on defense. He did not record any statistics, and remains at one …

The Buffalo Bills are alone in first place in the AFC East after Sunday's 23-17 victory over the defending NFC champion Atlanta Falcons. The Buffalo Bills are alone in first place in the AFC East after Sunday's 23-17 victory over the defending NFC champion Atlanta Falcons. (I wrote that sentence twice for you just to help it sink in a little more). "The coaches pu…