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At 6-foot-4 and 330-plus pounds, Deandre Coleman was re-signed by the Bills this season to aid the team's run-defense efforts, but the veteran was actually a liability against the Patriots in Week 16. Coleman received an overall grade of 34.5 in New England, the lowest grade out of 111 qualifying defensive linemen. His run-defense grade of 31.5 was also the lowest among…

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Opponents have bulked up and played more physical with the Buffalo Bills' defense the second half of the season. The Bills think they're managing the problem a little better, but the proof will come in the final four games, starting with Sunday's meeting with the Indianapolis Colts. Over the past five games, opposing offenses have used "running personnel groups" on 1…

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While he hasn't had a Marcell Dareus-type of impact on the Buffalo Bills run defense of late, Deandre Coleman has quietly been a key facet in Buffalo's recent improvement against opposing ground games. Since the two defensive breakdowns against the Saints and Jets, the Bills have allowed 201 yards on 54 carries (3.72 yards per carry) in outings against the Los Angeles C…

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The Buffalo Bills’ grip on a playoff spot is slipping away. Back-to-back (ugly) losses to the New York Jets and New Orleans Saints have dropped the Bills to 5-4. While they currently hold the sixth and final postseason spot in the AFC, there is no shortage of teams giving chase. One of those is Sunday’s opponent, the Los Angeles Chargers. A win for the Bills would no…

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The Buffalo Bills said goodbye to one quarterback Tuesday and are reportedly set to welcome back another. Veteran T.J. Yates was placed on injured reserve as a part of two roster moves announced by the team. Yates suffered a concussion in the third preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens on Aug. 26. He participated in the individual portion of practice Monday, but i…