Saturday's New York Coverage [5:04 AM]
Jet defense sets its sight on Henry (New York Daily News)
Brien kicks have a lot more room (New York Post)
Herm: No doubts about Vilma (Newsday)
Waiting pays off for Buckley (White Plains Journal News)
Life's a kick for Brien (Newark Star Ledger)
Jets intending to stop Henry (Bergen Record)
Erik Coleman's Rookie Diary (NewYorkJets.com)
Herm's Serious (NewYorkJets.com)
Coming Home (NewYorkJets.com)
The Santana Moss Diary (NewYorkJets.com)
Jennings Should Play Sunday [5:02 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Mike Mularkey expects Jennings to play Sunday against the Jets if there are no setbacks.'
Buffalo (0-3) at N.Y. Jets (3-0) [4:59 PM]
The Sports Network reports: 'Jets 24, Bills 21.'
Bills, Bison Reward Dip Lover [3:44 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Thanks to McGee and some great blocking by the Bills special teams, Bennett became $100,000 richer when Buffalo returned a first quarter kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown against the Patriots last Sunday.'
Henry Typically Runs Wild on Jets [3:44 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"We've just got to come to play," Henry said. "I have had success on them (the Jets) in the past, but this is a different defense that's playing good right now. We just need to attack them and come out of there with a win."'
Jets Martin Continues to Carry the Load [1:25 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"I think he's running about as well has he has run in his career," said Bills coach Mike Mularkey. "He's a man on a mission. I think he starts the game strong and he finishes the game strong. Start to finish he's going to keep coming at you with the same intensity and game breaking ability. He's dangerous."'
Bumbling Bills staring at 0-4 [1:24 PM]
Niagara Falls Reporter reports: 'If you continually find remarkably innovative ways to lose -- such as fourth-down jump balls and naked bootlegs -- in front of the friendly folks in your home stadium, figuring out how to win in hostile territory is a mighty stretch.'
Your Turn [1:24 PM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Do you think it's time for the Buffalo Bills to bench quarterback Drew Bledsoe? Selected answers will be published on Oct. 17.'
Evans is a man on the move [8:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"It feels good to get a chance to make some plays and be a bigger part of the offense," Evans said. "It gives me confidence that the coaches, the quarterback and my teammates have confidence in my ability to make things happen out there."'
Henry normally reaches stratosphere against the Jets [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I don't know why, but I've been pretty successful against them," Henry said. "We've always gone into that game intent on running the football. Hopefully we'll have the same game plan and the same outcome."'
Giants Stadium tough task for 0-3 Bills [5:02 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'It's difficult to imagine today that Buffalo was once 3-1 under Bledsoe on the road, because it is 2-11 since.'
Bills still a threat [5:01 AM]
New York Post reports: '"It's not going to be a pretty running game," Mawae said. "We've got our work cut out for us." The Jets' offense has piled up 451 rushing yards through three games, but they don't figure to have an easy time against the Bills' tough defense.'
Tracking Henry is Jets’ primary mission [5:00 AM]
New Haven Register reports: 'But Henry wasn’t the only one, since the Jets gave up 100-yard games to opposing running backs eight times. "If we go back to last year, we have a score to settle with every running back we played," Jets linebacker Victor Hobson said when asked if there would be any extra incentive facing Henry again.'
Friday's New York Coverage [4:59 AM]
Buckley's Voice of Experience Is Prized by Younger Jets (New York Times)
Chad, receivers playing catch-up (New York Daily News)
Bills still a threat (New York Post)
Wideouts getting few chances (Newsday)
Weather gives Brien a boost (White Plains Journal News)
Jets appreciate having Moore (Newark Star Ledger)
Strait injures his foot and status is uncertain (Newark Star Ledger)
Jets' McCareins waiting for clearance to take off (Bergen Record)
Jets notes (Bergen Record)
Tracking Henry is Jets’ primary mission (New Haven Register)
Abraham vows to have a better year (AP)
Receivers Contributing to Edwards' Favorite Stat (NewYorkJets.com)
Jets Add Kearney to Practice Squad, Release Nerys (NewYorkJets.com)
Belichick comes clean on hits [4:58 AM]
Boston Globe reports: 'The Patriots' coach even suggested the Bills might have been guilty of some misconduct. "I definitely might point out a couple of plays in the Buffalo game I have an issue with going in the other direction, and we'll see how that turns out," said Belichick, who did not specify the plays.'
Bills' center out for Sunday versus Jets [10:15 PM]
The Sports Network reports: 'Teague's streak of 51 consecutive starts, dating back to 2001 when he was with Denver, will likely end.'
Prioleau Ready if Needed [10:07 PM]
RNews.com reports: '“Pierson's a smart player, solid player, a good tackler,” head coach Mike Mularkey said of Prioleau. “Probably the best thing about him is he's smart, and you put him where you want him, either free or strong (safety), and you feel comfortable about him.”'
Teague out for Sunday's game against Jets [5:21 PM]
AP reports: 'Coach Mike Mularkey said Wednesday a scan of Teague's left knee revealed a problem just below the joint.'
Bills Head to Meadowlands [3:50 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'The Bills have had difficulty against the Jets at Giants Stadium recently. They have won only one game in their past six visits against the Jets, but this week they may be a bit more desperate to get a win against a division opponent. The Bills nearly stole one last week from the defending Super Bowl champs but came up short in the fourth quarter on mistakes. Buffalo is 2-11 in their last thirteen road games so they will have to play a near error-free game in order to get their season back on track.'
NYC Bills Backers Transform McFadden's [1:47 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Needless to say, these Bills Backers do a pretty good job of turning McFadden's into a mini-version of Buffalo on gamedays. It's probably because the group is so big that it could rival a small town. With 800 current members, the club has grown rapidly in a short amount of time. Kabel, along with co-founder Matt Soreco, started the group during the 2001 offseason.'
Jets are a surprise, but not Edwards [1:45 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“One of my pet peeves is don’t commit foolish fouls. Our players understand how important that is ... we stress it. We have officials at every practice during the preseason through right now. They throw the flag, we talk about it, I emphasize it. We put their numbers up on the board ... how many penalties you’ve had ... you can’t beat yourself. (Officials) come (to practices) three days a week and it’s just like a game. I write the down the penalties and after the meetings I write them down on the board. One thing players don’t want is to seem like they’re hurting the football team. And when you make a strong commitment to ‘This is what we’re about and this is what we’re going to do,’ they get it. After awhile, they don’t want to see their number up there, because it becomes, ‘Hey, why are you up there all the time.’”'
McGahee still waiting his turn with Bills [1:11 PM]
AP reports: '''It's not frustrating for me,'' said McGahee, limited to playing in mostly third-down situations. ''My time will come. I'm not going to rush it. I've waited this long. I can wait as long as it takes.'''
Pain secondary to Bills [11:57 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'As part of a pro-Bills promotion here in western New York, a local grocery chain yesterday handed out boxes of cereal with the mug of safety Coy Wire splashed on the front. The breakfast food in question? Shredded Wheat.'
Bills attempt to zone out mistakes [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The New York Jets have marched inside their opponents' 20-yard line nine times this season and scored six touchdowns on those trips. The Buffalo Bills have been in the red zone eight times and come away with only two touchdowns. The Jets are 3-0. The Bills are 0-3.'
Don't blame Mularkey for this mess [8:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Mularkey's doing all he can. Now it's time to examine the character of his players.'
Injuries force lineup changes [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Mularkey said Teague still was being evaluated and would not rule him out for the Jets game. He hurt his left leg against New England, and it's believed there is a crack in a nonweight-bearing bone in the leg. "There's something there, but it's not weight bearing," Mularkey said. "It's not like he can't push off or be effective with it. But we want to be sure. It's a long season. We don't want to test anything that's not sound. So we're going to give it a day of rest and make some more decisions (today) on it."'
Schobel expects to make QB sacks [5:02 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"We're blitzing a lot and I've dropped more (into coverage) than I have in the past, but I'm not saying that's the reason for it," Schobel said before practice at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Wednesday. "Sacks are hard to get when you're behind, that's for sure, but I've always said that as long I'm getting pressure — like I have — the sacks will come."'
McGahee stays upbeat despite sitting [5:01 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"It's not frustrating for me," the 2003 first-round pick said. "Like I said before, if Travis (Henry) is moving the ball good, there's no need to take him out. Let him stay in his rhythm. You just have to wait your turn."'
Sack-prone Bledsoe having trouble adjusting [5:00 AM]
New York Newsday reports: 'Bledsoe has been sacked 14 times in the last two games and has not adapted well to Mularkey's West Coast concepts (three touchdowns in three games). The offensive line has played poorly and is dealing with injuries to center Trey Teague (questionable, knee) and LT Jonas Jennings (questionable, neck).'
Jets keying on Henry [4:59 AM]
White Plains Journal News reports: 'Henry, the compact Bills running back, has three 100-yard rushing days in five career games against the Jets. In a 17-6 victory over the Jets on a freezing day in Buffalo last December, Henry ran for a career-high 169 yards despite playing with damaged rib cartilage and being only two weeks removed from suffering a cracked fibula.'
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