Henry Suffers Broken Leg [4:41 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Bills running back Travis Henry suffered a broken right leg on Buffalo's first possession and will likely miss the remainder of the season.'
Impressive Play Needs to Transfer to Road [4:40 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Seattle struggled against Miami last week and the Bills are a much better team. The Seahawks have been inconsistent this season and it will be interesting to see which team shows up against Buffalo. These teams are very evenly matched, both with strong running backs and defenses that can make big plays. It should be a good game.'
Running Game is Important [4:39 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'For whatever reason, the Seahawks blitzed Miami more than they blitzed other teams but we are prepared for it. We've seen their blitzing on film and we've worked on reacting to them. We'll just have to see what their plan is for us.'
Bills Get Another Complete Win [4:38 AM]
BillsDaily.com reports: For the second straight win the Bills have a complete team win. The offense made plays and put 38 points on the board while the defense totally shutdown the Seahawks offense. Special teams had their usual big play and it all added up to a Bills blow out win on the road. Here are our position by position grades, and they are very high for the second straight week:
Bills Blow Out Seahawks 38-9 [4:37 AM]
BillsDaily.com reports: The Bills knew the secret to winning on the road, but they couldn't execute it. They knew they had to score early, stop making stupid penalties, and to avoid turnovers. Well, two out of three was more than enough as the Bills beat the Seahawks 38-9 in their most lopsided road win since 1990.
Bills hope to smooth road with fast start [9:06 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Too often they seem to bring their C, D or F performance.'
'Wide right' nightmare [9:05 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The game was over. The Giants were Super Bowl champions. Imagine their jubilation. Imagine our desolation.'
The monster mash [9:03 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Peters has, among other things, a deadly mix of size and speed. He left Arkansas after his junior year as a 6-foot-4, 335-pound tight end but has lost 20 pounds since signing on with the Bills. He ran the 40-yard dash in 4.7 seconds during the NFL Combine and possesses a 29-inch vertical jump, remarkable for a man his size.'
Bills' roots inspire A.J. Smith's success as San Diego GM [9:02 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'It's in Levy's new book. But Smith doesn't need a book. He has Levy's philosophy emblazoned on his brain. He talks to the old coach all the time. Smith says Levy keeps in touch with all his "boys" - Bill Polian, Bob Ferguson, former coaches and players. He used to talk regularly with John Butler, too.'
Road trips no fun for Bills [9:01 AM]
Bremerton Sun reports: 'Buffalo's road woes this year have been nearly as convincing. The Bills have scored just 36 points in four road losses.'
Seahawks Glance [9:00 AM]
Bremerton Sun reports: 'Seahawks, 24-17.'
Bills’ focus on Alexander [8:59 AM]
Tacoma News Tribune reports: 'Seattle has gone from 3-0 to 6-4 without defeating a team whose current winning percentage stands above .400. Beating the Bills will require at least some success against the NFL’s fourth-ranked defense.'
Bills look to show more bite on road [5:02 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"The only way we can fix things on the road is to win," Mularkey said. "I don't think the food or the time we leave matters."'
Bills Q&A: Rashad Baker [5:01 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'They say to be a good defensive back you need a short memory, is that true?
"Yes, you have to forget about bad plays and move on. In college, you could get away with missing an assignment but here in the NFL, they'll find it quickly and pick on it."'
It'll be easy to root for Henry next year [5:00 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Unfortunately for the Bills, Henry's reduced playing time and production will diminish his trade value, but he's only 26 and the team that acquires him for a draft pick (possibly a second-rounder but probably lower) will be gaining a heckuva football player at a bargain price.'
Away game will be home game of sorts for Bledsoe [4:59 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'The Bills, with only six games to play, can forget the playoffs with eight teams ahead of them in the standings — seven by at least three games — and Seattle desperately trying to stay ahead of St. Louis (5-5).'
Capsule preview: Buffalo at Seattle [4:58 AM]
Seattle Times reports: 'Bledsoe is 7-3 as a starter vs. the NFC, with 17 touchdowns and four interceptions.'
Bills don't play well on the road [4:57 AM]
Everett Herald reports: 'Seattle is now 11-1 at home since the beginning of the 2003 season.'
Sunday's Seattle Coverage [4:56 AM]
No longer about being No. 1 for Alexander (Seattle Times)
Capsule preview: Buffalo at Seattle (Seattle Times)
Hasselbeck isn't the only Hawk playing with pain (Everett Herald)
Bills don't play well on the road (Everett Herald)
Bills’ focus on Alexander (Tacoma News Tribune)
Seahawks didn’t heed Robinson’s warning signs (Tacoma News Tribune)
Shaking off the aches and pains (Bremerton Sun)
Road trips no fun for Bills (Bremerton Sun)
Seahawks Glance (Bremerton Sun)
Seahawks aim to jump-start passing game (Portland Oregonian)
Robinson learning the hard way (Portland Oregonian)
Transportation : Game Day Guide (Seahawks.com)
There's something special about the Bills [4:55 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'Buffalo is No. 1 in the NFL in punt return average at 15.9 yards a return. It is No. 2 in the NFL in average drive start after kickoff, at the 31.4. And it is No. 1 in the NFL in opponents' kickoff-return average, at 17.0.'
Bledsoe returns home [4:54 AM]
AP reports: 'In a 29-6 loss two weeks ago at New England, the Bills failed to score an offensive TD for the seventh time in their last 11 road games.
What to Look for vs. Seahawks [7:56 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'In his last two road games, Bledsoe has thrown zero touchdowns and seven interceptions, as opposed to three touchdowns and one interception in is last two home games.'
Worst to first [8:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"Bobby preaches that special teams sets up the offense and sets up the defense," Angelo Crowell said. "They're starters. They're athletes. They know how it changes the game."'
Bills need to dethrone Alexander [5:03 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'The Bills are catching Alexander the Great on a serious chariot ride. He's gained 627 yards in the past four games, including a three-week stretch against the Panthers, 49ers and Rams when he gained 195, 160 and 176 yards. Only seven previous running backs in NFL history had consecutive 150-yard games, including Jim Brown (1958), O.J. Simpson (1976) and Earl Campbell (1980). With 96 yards against Miami Sunday, Alexander gave Campbell's record of four 150-yard games in a row a good shot.'
A moment with ... Lawyer Milloy, Bills safety [5:02 AM]
Seattle Post Intelligencer reports: 'What are the secrets to the Bills' success on defense this season?
"We had the same success last year and we're just building off of that. Even though we had a coaching change, we didn't change our defensive staff. (Defensive coordinator Jerry) Gray is very good at putting his playmakers in the right position to make plays. Like I said, we are doing nothing short of what we did last year."'
Sunday's Matchup [5:01 AM]
Seattle Post Intelligencer reports: 'Seahawks, 17-16.'
Saturday's Seattle Coverage [5:01 AM]
Hawks looking to unite, ignite (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Hasselbeck ready to go against Bills (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
A moment with ... Lawyer Milloy, Bills safety (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Sunday's Matchup (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
News is good for Hasselbeck (Seattle Times)
Hasselbeck cleared to play Sunday (Everett Herald)
One, two, three ... hold hands! (Tacoma News Tribune)
Seahwaks Notebook (Bremerton Sun)
Hesselbeck returns to practice (AP)
Hasselbeck ready for Sunday return (The Sports Network)
Friday Seahawks Wrap (Seahawks.com)
Matt Hasselbeck interview (Seahawks.com)
Mike Holmgren interview (Seahawks.com)
Vincent Probably Out. Reed Could Return Sunday [4:58 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Mike Mularkey says he doubts Troy Vincent will play Sunday in Seattle. He hasn't practiced all week. Josh Reed did practice, but Mularkey wants to wait until game time on him.'
NFL Weight Rankings [7:36 PM]
ESPN Page 2 reports: At 360, Mike Williams anchors the AFC's heaviest offense, while Reuben Droughns runs behind the AFC's lightest unit.
Bills come together to help one of their own [6:53 PM]
WGRZ-TV reports: 'Last month, one of the team's chefs, Bob Mueller, died suddenly of a heart infection. He was just 43 years old. He left behind his wife Sheryl and their three young daughters.'
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