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Every step in the Buffalo Bills' flurry-filled outing against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday was treacherous. As Dion Dawkins put it, "The ground is basically moving." Players dealt with added resistance, plowed through inches of snow, and had to be mindful not to slip on the slick surface. The well-practiced footwork was thrown out the window as both teams scrambled …

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At least the Chiefs lost. If you’re looking for a positive to come out of Sunday for the Buffalo Bills, that’s about the only thing I can find to offer you. The 23-3 loss to the New England Patriots at New Era Field felt like Exhibit No. 1,000 in the never-ending dominance between the two teams. It feels like Buffalo is as far away as ever from offering any type of chal…

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Audie Murphy was as triggered in Ramatuelle as Buffalo sports fans are these days. Sorry if you need to research that reference. I've spent the past four weeks looking up when stats were this bad for the Buffalo Bills. You can take a few seconds out of your postgame hangover to humor me. What doesn't take a Google search to understand is that Buffalo's offense has be…

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From the rich-get-richer department comes this bit of bad news for the Buffalo Bills: The New England Patriots’ defense is on fire. That hardly seems fair when perhaps the greatest player of all time in quarterback Tom Brady is still at his brilliant best on the other side of the ball. But it’s a reality. Since Week 5, New England is 7-0 and the defense has given up jus…

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Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito signed off his phone call this way: "We're taking Peterman all the way to Minnesota, baby." Incognito dialed up "The Tim Graham Show" on Sports Radio 1270 The Fan to discuss Wednesday's news rookie Nathan Peterman has replaced Tyrod Taylor as the starting quarterback. Incognito also tripled down on his criticism of Thursday nig…

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LeSean McCoy didn't necessarily have a bad performance against the Saints, it's just that the game script didn't allow him to be a focal point of the Bills' offense. He carried the ball eight times for 49 yards – which included a 36-yard scamper – and 38 of those yards came before contact. He forced one missed tackle running the football against New Orleans. Through …

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The Buffalo Bills used up their mulligan in Week 9. A loss to the New York Jets increased the importance on every game over the second half of the schedule, starting with Sunday's visit to New Era Field by the New Orleans Saints. With a win, the Bills could improve to 6-3 for the first time since 1999 and reignite the optimism that was diminished with the ugly showing i…

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1. The Bills aren’t giving up hope on rookie receiver Zay Jones playing Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, but Thursday was not a step in the right direction. Jones missed his third practice of the week as he deals with an ankle injury suffered in Week 9 against the New York Jets. “He’s still day to day,” coach Sean McDermott said. “He’s made progress.” 2. Left t…

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Offensive linemen Cordy Glenn and Richie Incognito and wide receiver Zay Jones are not practicing Thursday as the Bills continue preparations for Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints. Incognito, who did not practice in advance of the Week 9 game against the Jets because of an ankle injury, was not listed on the Wednesday injury report. He said Wednesday that he …

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Richie Incognito had a rough go of it last Thursday. The Buffalo Bills' left guard wasn't alone, either. The Bills' offensive line is coming off its worst showing of the season in a Week 9 loss to the New York Jets. Quarterback Tyrod Taylor was under constant duress, and was sacked nine times. Running back LeSean McCoy had nowhere to go, producing just 25 yards on the g…

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Bills guard Richie Incognito figured he would get some heat for his postgame comments after the Bills lost to the Jets in which he said Thursday Night Football was "completely unfair" and "bull---." Incognito had more to say the morning after the game and acknowledged he has felt that way all along about Thursday games and was not making excuses for the Bills' poor perf…

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1. The Buffalo Bills will be without running back Taiwan Jones for the rest of the season. Coach Sean McDermott announced Friday that Jones suffered a broken arm late in Thursday’s 34-21 loss to the New York Jets while attempting to recover an onside kick. Teammate Shamarko Thomas dove into Jones' arm, causing the fracture. Jones' arm was placed in an air cast and he wa…

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It was a night to forget for the Bills' offensive line at in the swampland of Northern New Jersey Thursday night. The Bills' line was dominated by the New York Jets' front seven in the 34-21 loss. Guard Vlad Ducasse was victimized on three of the Jets' seven sacks. Guard Richie Incognito was partly to blame as well on two of the sacks that Ducasse had a hand in. T…

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New York Jets coach Todd Bowles blitzed the Buffalo Bills into submission Thursday night. The Jets rushed five men at Tyrod Taylor on 17 of the Bills' first 22 drop-backs. That's an amazing 77 percent. The Jets led the NFL last season with a blitz rate of 40.2 percent and were blitzing at 39 percent this season. The Jets got five of their seven sacks on blitzes in th…

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Bills left guard Richie Incognito railed against the Thursday night games following the 34-21 loss to the New York Jets. "You know, it's tough man. These Thursday night games, they suck," he said. "They throw a wrench in our schedule. It's absolutely ridiculous that we have to do this. "As physical as this game is and as much preparation that goes into this, to force…