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Opening Statement: Let’s go ahead and open it up to questions. Q: Coach, it looked like when you guys went to that 22-personnel on that fourth possession, it really opened some things up for you. It seems like you guys have had a good measure of success kind of running out of that or 21 – I mean, I haven’t looked at the numbers yet but you seemed pretty successful durin…

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Offensive Coordinator Rick Dennison Q: Coach, how did you feel about line of scrimmage battles yesterday? It seemed like you guys reset the line of scrimmage pretty effectively at times. A: Yeah, they did a good job. There’s a few things, obviously, when you come out of a game, you want to see some – we need to sharpen up some techniques, but they did a good job. [We…

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The starving Buffalo Bills finally scored a victory Sunday. They upset the Kansas City Chiefs, 16-10, in Arrowhead Stadium to end a messy three-game losing streak and avoid dropping farther out of the AFC playoff race. Rather than get blown out yet again, the Bills' defense manhandled an opponent like it did over the first month of the season. So the result was im…

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Buffalo Bills’ confidence in Zay Jones has never wavered. The rookie receiver is starting to show why. Jones scored the team’s only touchdown Sunday in a 16-10 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, an 11-yard catch in the first quarter. “That was definitely big for us right there,” quarterback Tyrod Taylor said. Jones was…

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – One streak ended, but another one started for Stephen Hauschka on Sunday. The Buffalo Bills' kicker saw his NFL-record streak of 13 consecutive made field goals from 50 or more yards come to an end when he missed from 52 yards out in the second quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs, but Hauschka made up for that in a 16-10 win. The 10th-year veteran …

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – It’s Tyrod Taylor’s team for at least another week. The Buffalo Bills’ quarterback smiled widely Sunday when asked if he was OK with coach Sean McDermott not committing to him beyond Week 13. “One week at a time,” Taylor said following his team’s 16-10 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. “It was a big game for us. We haven’t p…

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BILLS COACH SEAN McDERMOTT After three bad games, your defense played tremendously today. Can you speak to that? “Well our run defense to start, we will start there. I thought our run defense was outstanding. I thought we played fundamentally good football and that is a credit to the hard work the guys have put in, the coaches included. It starts up front and then you g…

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In the aftermath of the Bills' 16-10 victory against the Kansas City Chiefs, the elephant in the room was the quarterback situation. After getting enough from Tyrod Taylor for the Bills to get a victory, coach Sean McDermott was asked whether the win proved that he erred in having Nathan Peterman start last week against the Los Angeles Chargers. Peterman threw five inte…

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KANSAS CITY – Sean McDermott has taken an avalanche of criticism for his decision to bench quarterback Tyrod Taylor in Week 11 for rookie Nathan Peterman. That decision backfired in incredible fashion, with Peterman throwing five interceptions in the first half of a blowout loss. Among those criticizing the decision Sunday was the man McDermott replaced as coach, Rex…

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It won't matter who plays quarterback for the Buffalo Bills if the defense can't stop giving up 45 points per game, as it has over the last three weeks. "We have to respond better on sudden change and adversity," defensive tackle Kyle Williams said. "Our football team, right now, is working through a mountain of it and the only way to get through it is to work through i…

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Faith and football have long been intertwined. From players pointing toward the sky or taking a knee to pray after scoring a touchdown to the postgame prayer circle at midfield, examples are easy to find. In times of adversity, which the Buffalo Bills most certainly are going through now, players and coaches turn to their faith for answers and strength. “Sometimes yo…

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Opening Statement: Alright. Hope everybody had a good Thanksgiving and we’ll open it up for questions. Q: How about an update on where people stand? Who is out and such for the game? A: Out for the game will be John Miller, Cordy Glenn and Mike Tolbert. Q: And what’s the update, then, with Kelvin Benjamin? A: Right. We’re going to continue to evaluate. He is st…

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When the Bills pass: Around and around the quarterback carousel spins, with Tyrod Taylor taking his turn this week. The Bills turned back to Taylor after Nathan Peterman threw up all over himself in his first professional start, tossing five interceptions in a disastrous showing against the Chargers. Taylor said he was he was going to be the starter for this week, so we’ve…

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Shaq Lawson didn’t expect an interview request this week. “Y’all want to talk to me?” he asked. “Y’all been hating on me.” The Buffalo Bills’ second-year defensive end then insisted that he was joking, but there was some truth to what he said. The reality is, Lawson’s performance has come under increasing scrutiny in recent weeks. That’s what happens when you’re a…

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Say this for Sean McDermott: The Buffalo Bills’ rookie head coach has his players in perfect harmony, singing the same tune. With McDermott waffling on his starting quarterback – announcing Wednesday that Tyrod Taylor would return to that role Sunday against Kansas City – players offered up the same variation of support for the move that they did when rookie Nathan Pete…