Exiled from the NFL before coming to Buffalo, Richie Incognito has emerged as a locker room leader during his three Pro Bowl years with the Bills. Playing in his 150th game (against his former team) on Sunday, Incognito is one win away from being on a winning team for the first time in his career.
"It's been great for both sides,” Incognito tells News Bills beat reporter Jay Skurski. “It's been great for the organization, been great for me and my family, to find a home and feel wanted. To be a part of something bigger again. Everything went down in Miami, and things happen for a reason. I'm just right here, right now, blessed and ready to accept the responsibility that comes with being put in such a great position.”
Hear more from Richie on this week's episode of the "Tim Graham Show."
Another Snowvertime: Wearing Bills-inspired jerseys, Team USA came back to beat Canada in a shootout – and a snow globe – in the World Juniors outdoor hockey game at New Era Field on Friday. More than 44,000 fans attended the game and tailgated in the parking lots beforehand.
Sean McDermott: "I know that the Sabres and the Bills are a way of life here in Western New York, which I think is phenomenal."
Starting The Process: With a win over Miami, McDermott can become the fifth coach in Bills history to finish his debut season with a winning record — and the first since 2004.
Injury Update: Shareece Wright (concussion) has been ruled out and Deonte Thompson (shoulder) is newly listed as questionable.
Down In Miami: Dolphins coach Adam Gase on injuries, Jay Cutler and trying to stop LeSean McCoy. Also, a report that backup QB David Fales could see playing time on Sunday.
Advanced Stats: Taylor had his most efficient pocket passing game of the season last week against New England.
The Billievers: New Era Field's house band provided all-weather entertainment before every Bills home game this season as well as Friday's hockey game.
Trivia: How many times has neither team scored a touchdown in a Bills-Dolphins game?