The Buffalo Bills’ running back played 64 offensive snaps against the Kansas City Chiefs in a 42-36 overtime loss at Arrowhead Stadium. That represented 100% of the Bills’ offensive snaps.
Nantz and Romo were excellent, surely making the excitement of the game enjoyable for the Bills Mafia – at least until the bitter end.
Jay Skurski weighs in with his grades for the Buffalo Bills after their 42-36 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium ...
The Buffalo Bills’ secondary has done more than just survived without Tre’Davious White – it’s thrived.
Jay Skurski gives the Bills straight A's in their top-of-the-class wild-card game performance.
“It's just a blessing to be a part of this defense, honestly,” safety Micah Hyde said. “We show up each and every week of practice, we try to get better.”
Here’s a position-by position review of the Bills' 29-15 victory over the Falcons, with grades based on a scale of 0 to 5.
Here are some takeaways from the Bills’ snap counts in their Week 16 win.
For a run game that has taken a whole bunch of criticism this season, the 31-14 victory over the Carolina Panthers was indeed a step in the right direction, writes Jay Skurski.
With No. 2 wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders out because of a knee injury against the Carolina Panthers, Davis stepped into the starting lineup and came through in a big way during a 31-14 win at Highmark Stadium.
The second-year receiver played 65 offensive snaps during a 33-27 overtime loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium – 83% of the offensive total.
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In the second half, the Bills held the Bucs to 110 yards, including just 44 on the ground. But the turnaround went for naught.
Can the Buffalo Bills close the regular season 4-0? Most of the past two months suggests the answer is no. The second half in Tampa keeps it an open question.
“I want to be able to give back as much as possible,” Bills safety Jaquan Johnson said. “That’s what I want to do when it’s all said and done.”
Bills cornerback Dane Jackson overcame a tough upbringing in Pittsburgh to reach the NFL.
“We are grateful for the overwhelming amount of support and well wishes Tre’Davious had received from teammates, players and executives from other teams around the league,” White’s agency, Universal Sports & Entertainment Management, said.
Jackson was drafted in the seventh round with the 239th overall pick in 2020. He played in five games as a rookie, with two starts. He posted 15 tackles, one interception and a fumble recovery. He has played in all 11 games this season.
The Buffalo Bills released the news fans were dreading: cornerback Tre’Davious White suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee Thursday night and is out for the season.
The Bills’ kick coverage was excellent, limiting Saints returner Deonte Harris to just 61 yards on four attempts – an average of 15.3 yards per attempt.
Drew Brees’ knowledge of his old team was balanced by Mike Tirico’s knowledge of the Bills throughout the game, Pergament says.
The Saints rushed the ball 25 times for just 44 yards – an average of 1.8 yards per rush that is the lowest by a Bills opponent with at least 25 rushing attempts since 2003.
Facing a team ravaged by injuries, the Bills handled the New Orleans Saints from start to finish in a 31-6 victory at the Superdome.
Any fears about the moment being too big for the Bills were quickly erased.
“This one was for Brian Daboll,” offensive lineman Dion Dawkins said. “He puts a lot of love in faith in us, and we went out there and did this thing for him.”