Grading the Bills
RUNNING GAME: D
So maybe this zone-blocking scheme is an issue. For the second straight week, LeSean McCoy and the Bills’ vaunted rushing attack was stymied. McCoy managed just 21 yards on 14 carries, finding precious little room to run. Backup Mike Tolbert had more success, carrying 11 times for 41 yards. The Bills stuck with the run, attempting 33…
Jay Skurski, Vic Carucci and Jerry Sullivan discuss the 2-1 Buffalo Bills, and how they got there with an impressive victory over the Denver Broncos.
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Tyrod Taylor played an outstanding game on a day when LeSean McCoy wasn't running wild and directed a big Buffalo Bills win Sunday.
Give the much-maligned No. 5 his due. He was on point against the best pass defense in the NFL.
He had help, of course. The Bills' defense was sensational, especially the starting cornerback duo of Tre'Davious White and E.J. Gaines. Bill…
The Buffalo Bills couldn't run, but that was OK.
Trevor Siemian can't throw, and Stephen Hauschka could kick all day.
The Bills were pugnacious Sunday, notching a 26-16 upset over the Denver Broncos at New Era Field.
Denver suffocated LeSean McCoy, who ran 14 times for 21 yards. His 1.5-yard average was the fifth-worst of his career in a game when he had double-di…
It's no secret that opposing defensive coordinators will continue to key on LeSean McCoy.
The Buffalo Bills' running back is the team's most explosive player, so trying to take him out of the game will continue to be an obvious focus. When that happens, the Bills need quarterback Tyrod Taylor to show he can carry the offense.
On Sunday, that's exactly what happened. …
Several members of the Buffalo Bills participated in a silent form of protest during the playing of the national anthem prior to Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos at New Era Field.
After coming out of the tunnel together as a team, the Bills gathered on the field before the anthem was performed by Abby Anderson. Running back LeSean McCoy alternated between sittin…
The injury bug has finally bitten the Buffalo Bills.
After making it through the first two weeks remarkably healthy, the Bills are without a pair of key starters Sunday against Denver. Left tackle Cordy Glenn and defensive tackle Marcell Dareus are out because of ankle injuries suffered in Week Two against Carolina.
Other inactives for the Bills are running back Joe …
Hydrate, Bills fans.
In what is expected to be one of the hottest home games ever, the Buffalo Bills will look to cool down the red-hot Denver Broncos Sunday at New Era Field. Denver comes into the game off a dominating Week Two victory over Dallas, while the Bills missed a chance to steal a road victory in Carolina.
Here are all the details you need for Sunday's gam…
As of Tuesday afternoon, here is Don Paul's look at the weather for Sunday's Bills-Broncos game at New Era Field.
TAILGATE FORECAST: Mild, quickly becoming warm/summerlike toward midday. Maybe a bit of patchy fog very early, then mostly sunny and tranquil with temperatures rising from 70 at 8 a.m. to 82 by noon.
GAME TEMPERATURE: 83-86.
WIND: Light and variable, m…
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Brandon Beane's parents knew it was pointless to say goodbye before the Buffalo Bills' charter buses pulled away from Bank of America Stadium.
Bob and Cindy Beane rose glumly from their seats, the season tickets they've had for 18 years in Section 340, while a song they've always relished hearing, "Sweet Caroline," played Panthers fans out the aisle…
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – It’s easy to overlook the good when a team loses in the NFL.
That whole idea about “no moral victories” is true. But when it comes to the Buffalo Bills’ defense in general and pass rush in particular, it would be a gross oversight to ignore what was accomplished Sunday in a 9-3 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
When former Panthers defensive coordinato…
The Buffalo News' Vic Carucci, Jerry Sullivan and Jay Skurski recap the Buffalo Bills' 9-3 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
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Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott speaks to the media following the team's 9-3 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – We’ve become accustomed to LeSean McCoy putting up numbers that jump off the stat sheet.
Just not this way.
McCoy’s performance Sunday in the Buffalo Bills’ 9-3 loss to the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium was noteworthy for all the wrong reasons. The Pro Bowl running back was stymied time and again by the Carolina front seven, gaining j…
Grading the Bills
RUNNING GAME: F
Yes, you read that right. The league's top rushing offense for two years straight was straight-up stopped dead in its tracks Sunday. LeSean McCoy had 12 carries for 9 yards. Backup Mike Tolbert carried three times for 5 yards. Tyrod Taylor's 55 yards on eight carries – some from scrambles, some on designed runs – made the overall num…