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Who was ultimately at fault for the Bills’ maddening, belly-wrenching, head-scratching, lunch-tossing 19-16 loss to the lowly Browns? I’ll tell you. Stephen Hauschka. Hauschka is no longer Hausch Money, he’s a bad bet. It is the first time many Bills fans have completely lost faith in the man of faith. The game-tying kick as time all but expired, even at 53 breezy…

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The Buffalo Bills’ clock management at the end of Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium was confusing, to say the least. Coach Sean McDermott did his best to offer some sort of an explanation Monday. “The plans weren’t really to huddle at that point. It was to go to the line and get the third-down call off and then save the timeout there,”…

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Leslie Frazier was confident the Buffalo Bills would fix what was broken with their run defense. Through the first half Sunday against the Washington Redskins, he looked to be grossly mistaken. A week after allowing 218 rushing yards to the Philadelphia Eagles, the Bills were in the process of being gashed again. Washington running back Adrian Peterson, the 34-year-o…

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The second-guessing of offensive Brian Daboll reached a fever pitch Sunday. The Buffalo Bills’ offensive coordinator took plenty of heat on social media from  fans during a 31-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at New Era Field. The first major issue with Daboll’s game plan came in the second quarter. Facing a third-and-2 coming out of the two-minute warning, the off…

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No one expected Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott to say that his team had accomplished much despite only the 11th 5-1 start in team history. And the coach was asked Monday how he felt about being 5-1 for the first time since 2008. "It feels good, but we're not where we need to be," McDermott told reporters. He said the team watched video and the coaches are "on …

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The Buffalo Bills needed someone to step up and make a play Sunday. Tre’Davious White answered the call not once, but twice. White’s two second-half takeaways proved pivotal in a much-harder-than-expected, 31-21 win over the Miami Dolphins at New Era Field. White first intercepted old friend Ryan Fitzpatrick in the third quarter to stop a 10-minute Miami drive that r…

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The Buffalo Bills will be without a key piece of their defense Sunday. Linebacker Matt Milano will not play against the Miami Dolphins at New Era Field because of a hamstring injury. Milano was hurt in the second half of the Week 5 win over the Tennessee Titans. Despite having a bye in Week 6, he wasn't quite able to make it back to face Miami. Also inactive for the …

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This week’s Bills Mailbag starts with a look at what the injury to Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes might mean for the AFC playoff race. It’s also heavy on what the Bills should do at the NFL trade deadline. Let’s get right to it … Chris Mazella asks: Who would you rank as the top five teams in the AFC now with Patrick Mahomes' status uncertain? Would you put the Bill…

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NASHVILLE – The Buffalo Bills will be without running back Devin Singletary for a third straight game. Singletary is on the list of inactive players for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans due to a hamstring injury he suffered in Week 2. Coach Sean McDermott had previously said Singletary was "close" to being able to play in Week 4 against the Patriots, but with …

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This week's Bills Mailbag deals with Sean McDermott's struggles on challenges, Zay Jones' future, passing on Patrick Mahomes and the future at tight end, among much more. Let's dive in ... Sam Ruggiero asks: McDermott is a wonderful coach. He has built a powerful defense that is gaining increased recognition nationally. He seems to understand the game well. So, why is h…

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Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott said quarterback Josh Allen will take part in some individual drills and also in team meetings but remains in the concussion protocol. Allen was seen running at full sprint and has his helmet on during warmups. He was throwing in individual drills, meaning he presumably advanced through to Stage 4 of the concussion protocol. Stage 5 is…

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The Buffalo Bills will be without rookie running back Devin Singletary again Sunday. Singletary is on the team's list of inactive players heading into the matchup with the New England Patriots at New Era Field. He practiced on a limited basis Thursday and Friday, but the Bills elected to sit him out for a second straight game to give him more time to recover after he su…

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This week’s Buffalo Bills Mailbag leads off with some questions on the current crop of wide receivers. It also hits on depth at cornerback, the right tackle rotation and compares the defenses of the Bills and Patriots. Let’s dive in … $pastic5ive asks: If they’re not going to use Robert Foster, why not cut him and bring up Duke Williams? Jay: Ask yourself this: If th…

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Bills running back Devin Singletary and tight end Tyler Kroft did not practice Wednesday as the Bills began preparation for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots. Singletary has been sidelined by a hamstring injury suffered in Week 2 against the Giants. Kroft appeared on his way to making his Bills debut last week but injured an ankle in practice Thursday. G…

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Running back Devin Singletary will miss the first game of his NFL career Sunday. Singletary, the Buffalo Bills' promising rookie, will not play against the Cincinnati Bengals at New Era Field because of a hamstring injury suffered in Week 2. Singletary was ruled out Friday by coach Sean McDermott. Tight end Tyler Kroft (ankle) is also out after suffering an injury du…