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When the Buffalo Bills run: It’s become Devin Singletary and not much else on the ground for the Bills. The good news is, the rookie’s been up to the task. Singletary is averaging 5.6 yards per carry, which ranks third in the NFL and second among running backs. Running behind right guard Jon Feliciano is a good idea this week for the Bills. The Pittstburgh Steelers’ defens…

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It would be easy for the Buffalo Bills to look ahead. With one win over the final three games, the team can clinch a playoff spot. It can accomplish one of its preseason goals as soon as Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Accomplish that, and then attention would turn to the possibility of overtaking the New England Patriots for the AFC East title. Sean McDer…

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The Buffalo Bills have responded after each of their first three losses in 2019. If they can do so again after their fourth loss – which came Sunday at New Era Field to the Baltimore Ravens – they’ll be headed to the postseason. The Bills have not had a two-game losing streak this year. After falling to New England in Week 4, the Bills came back to beat the Tenne…

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Grading the Buffalo Bills in their 24-17 loss against the Baltimore Ravens at New Era Field. ... Running game: C- It was Devin Singletary, and absolutely nothing else. Singletary finished with 89 yards on 17 carries, including a career-long gain of 38 yards that was the Bills’ longest play from scrimmage. The low point for Singletary came when he was stopped for a 2-…

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When the Bills throw: Quarterback Josh Allen continues to get better. After a breakout game against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving, Allen has now thrown for 13 touchdowns and just two interceptions in his past eight games, compiling a quarterback rating of 98.7. Amazingly, Allen needs just 134 passing yards to pass Rob Johnson for 11th on the Bills’ all-time passing list. He …

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The third quarter of the Buffalo Bills’ schedule played out exactly as the first two, with one key difference. The Bills went 3-1 again, the same as the first two quarters of the schedule, improving their record to 9-3 on the season. The difference, though, is how they looked doing it. There was no squeaking by the New York Jets or New York Giants, no second-half com…

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ARLINGTON, Texas – Tre’Davious White celebrated the Buffalo Bills’ big Thanksgiving win by having some fun at the expense of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. White hit the “Dak Dance,” a viral sensation born from Prescott’s warmup routine — which includes some rather vigorous hip action — toward the tail end of the Bills’ 26-15 victory at AT&T Stadium. White…

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ARLINGTON, Texas – Grading the Buffalo Bills in their 26-15 win over the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium … Running game: B Credit offensive coordinator Brian Daboll for sticking with it. The Bills rushed 10 more times than they threw the ball – 34 to 24 – and grinded out 134 yards. Rookie Devin Singletary led the way with 14 carries that produced 63 yards and incl…

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ARLINGTON, Texas – Here are my hot reads from the Buffalo Bills' 26-15 victory against the Dallas Cowboys Thursday at AT&T Stadium. Hottest topic Statement made. The Bills treated their fans to a glorious Thanksgiving by giving one of their best performances in what is easily their biggest win in 20 years on as large a national stage as they've had in a long time.…

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Devin Singletary was surrounded by microphones and cameras as reporters eagerly asked about his mentor, Frank Gore, passing Barry Sanders for the third-most rushing yards in NFL history. Gore butted in, selflessly imploring everyone to ask about the rookie’s career day. “Coming in, I told Frank, ‘Let’s go get them 46 yards,’ ” Singletary said. “He told me, ‘Let’s get…

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Grading the Buffalo Bills in their 20-3 victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday at New Era Field: Running game: A+ It was all working. Devin Singletary topped 100 yards for the first time in his career. Frank Gore passed Barry Sanders for third place on the NFL’s career rushing list. Let that sink in for a second. Barry. Sanders. Josh Allen scrambled his way to 56 yard…

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Frank Gore bulled his way past another all-time great. The Buffalo Bills’ running back rushed for 65 yards on 15 carries to surpass Hall of Famer Barry Sanders for third place on the NFL’s all-time rushing list in a 20-3 victory against the Denver Broncos on Sunday at New Era Field. “I really didn’t think about it,” Gore said, explaining his mindset entering the game…

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It was the night before the NFC championship game in 2015, and Julius Peppers had something to say. The Green Bay Packers’ defensive end told coaches to leave the final team meeting so that he could address his teammates. Micah Hyde was a second-year safety on that team and watched in stunned silence as the future Hall of Famer delivered the final message before his tea…

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When the Bills run: Ball security was presumably a big focus for Devin Singletary during the week. The rookie fumbled twice against Miami, mistakes that were largely forgotten because the Bills were able to recover both times. The Bills have been remarkably lucky with fumbles, recovering 10 of the 15 times they’ve put the ball on the ground on offense. Singletary also n…

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – Grading the Buffalo Bills in their 37-20 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium: RUNNING GAME: A It started well, with Devin Singletary ripping off a 22-yard run on the game’s first play from scrimmage. Short yardage, an area the Bills had struggled in earlier this season, was a strength. Quarterback Josh Allen converted a pa…