No one was in the house to hear Jason Milne laugh on that Friday night last October, with his wife and three young daughters out of town, and the former college defensive back felt compelled to share his joy.
Milne rewound the televised game he was watching, hit play after a few seconds and held his iPhone vertically, pointing its camera toward the bottom right corner o…
This is the next piece in a series analyzing the Bills' most significant questions entering the offseason. Part 5: What could the offensive line look like next year?
Whether Dion Dawkins lines up at left or right tackle next season is a critical decision, but it may be the least of the Bills’ problems when it comes to addressing the offensive line.
Buffalo could have…
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On his first Black Monday, the day after the regular season finale when underperforming NFL coaches are often fired, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen took a moment to appreciate his franchise’s stability, a situation not afforded many of his rookie counterparts around the league.
It begins with Bills coach Sean McDermott and General Manager Brandon Beane being under…
LeSean McCoy closed the most disappointing season of his NFL career with 26 rushing yards and a touchdown on 10 carries in the Bills’ 42-17 rout of the Dolphins on Sunday at New Era Field.
The six-time Pro Bowler averaged 2.6 yards per touch and scored on a nine-yard run with 6:57 remaining in the third quarter, giving the Bills a 28-14 lead.
It was his third rushing…
Kyle Williams was walking off the field a winner, regardless of the final score.
That the Buffalo Bills obliterated the Miami Dolphins, 42-17, on a damp and dreary Sunday afternoon in the season finale for both teams merely allowed his teammates to hold their heads high, as well.
A season that began with a blowout loss at Baltimore and slogged through four starting q…
Last week's ranking in parentheses.
1. New Orleans Saints (13-2).
NFC South champs clinched home-field advantage throughout NFC playoffs. (1)
2. Los Angeles Rams (12-3).
NFC West champs clinch a bye with a victory or tie vs San Francisco, or a Chicago loss or tie vs Minnesota. (3)
3. Chicago Bears (11-4).
NFC North champs clinch a bye with a victory and R…
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Tom Brady doesn’t look like the same force of nature that’s led the New England Patriots to eight Super Bowls and five championships, owning the Buffalo Bills like no other opponent along the way.
The 41-year-old future Hall of Famer, coming off back-to-back losses in December for the first time since 2002, put forth perhaps his worst performance in …
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – LeSean McCoy didn’t start against the New England Patriots on Sunday because of a disciplinary issue, the Buffalo Bills’ star running back said after the team’s 24-12 loss at Gillette Stadium.
“Coach, he just, we had a situation,” McCoy said. “He was totally right. I mean, it was a private situation. I'm a captain. I've got to be more accountable. Si…
Here are the NFL power rankings for Week 16.
(Does not include Saturday's games. Last week in parentheses.)
1. New Orleans Saints (12-2)
One more victory secures homefield advantage throughout NFC playoffs. (1)
2. Los Angeles Chargers (11-3)
Welcome back, Melvin Gordon. (3)
3. Los Angeles Rams (11-3)
Can earn a first-round bye with a win and Chicago lo…
From working at a hot dog stand to dancing at a wedding to a long walk around Tuscaloosa, the six undrafted rookies on the Bills' roster had to find a way to deal with the likelihood they'd be passed over on April 28, the final day of the 2018 NFL Draft.
Eight months later, they now have the opportunity of a lifetime.
With Buffalo eliminated from playoff contention a…
The proud Buffalo Bills’ defense wasn’t going to let it happen again.
A week after blowing a late fourth-quarter lead against rookie Sam Darnold and the New York Jets, the Bills’ defense protected the slimmest of margins with a big stop, holding the Detroit Lions to a three-and-out on their final possession to help deliver a 14-13 victory Sunday at New Era Field.
Josh Allen was forced to win a game with his arm, and he came through.
The Buffalo Bills’ rookie quarterback didn’t come anywhere close to approaching 100 rushing yards for the first time since returning from an elbow injury that robbed a month of his season.
But trailing in the fourth quarter, Allen hit undrafted revelation Robert Foster in stride for the game-winni…
Through Thursday's game. Last week's ranking in parentheses.
1. New Orleans Saints (11-2).
Division champs, can clinch a first-round bye with a victory and Chicago loss. (3)
2. Los Angeles Rams (11-2).
Same scenario as Saints. (1)
3. Los Angeles Chargers (11-3).
Beat the Steelers and Chiefs on the road in a span of five days. (6)
4. Kansas City Chiefs …
Harrison Phillips was always first.
The Buffalo Bills’ rookie defensive tackle won three state championships as a high school wrestler. He was named the 2013 Nebraska Gatorade Player of the Year in football. He led Stanford in tackles from the interior as a junior, graduated early with a double major, then bench-pressed 225 pounds 42 times at the Combine, the most by an…