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Buffalo Bills News - November 29, 2004

Marker Report Card [5:01 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Mike Mularkey and Tom Clements came to Buffalo with a reputation for creative play-calling and it was on display in Seattle. The reverse to Evans out of that formation was nifty, the pitch back to McGahee on fourth down that resulted in a TD was brilliant, and the onside kick — Bobby April's brainchild — was a well-timed gamble that worked.'

Marker The worst in first [5:00 AM]
Seattle Post Intelligencer reports: 'On the Bills' first five scoring drives, Bledsoe was 20 of 26 for 222 yards. On third downs, he was 9 of 11 for 95 yards, including completions of 24 and 16 yards. "He's a big-time quarterback," said Hamlin, who had two interceptions. "He's been in the league for a while and he knows how to read defenses and that type of stuff. So he did a good job."'

Marker Bills crush Hawks on road to respectability [4:59 AM]
Seattle Post Intellignencer reports: 'The on-side kick to start the second half took nearly everyone but kicker Rian Lindell and the Bills' special teams unit by surprise. The former Seahawks and Washington State kicker lightly nudged the ball forward, following its every bounce until it went the required 10 yards and Lindell pounced on it, the first time he had ever recovered one of his own. "We practice a bunch of those type kicks in the offseason and in training camp, so we always have it in the back of our minds," Lindell said.'

Marker Victory is Walla Walla sweet [4:58 AM]
Seattle Post Intelligencer reports: 'Apparently some people think he's fading, that, at 32, Bledsoe is not as capable as he was before. I know this because John Clayton said as much before the game.'

Marker Seahawks vs. Bills: Game in review [4:57 AM]
Seattle Post Intelligencer reports: 'Game balls: Offense - Drew Bledsoe.'

Marker Buffaloed! [4:56 AM]
Seattle Times reports: 'The Bills moved the ball at will out of a no-huddle offense that the Seahawks swore was not a surprise, and had outgained the Seahawks 154 to 24 in total yardage after one quarter.'

Marker Bledsoe wins homecoming game [4:55 AM]
Seattle Times reports: 'The defining play of this game (for the Bills) and this day (for Bledsoe) came with 10 seconds left in the first half. The Bills were out of timeouts and facing a third-and-three at the Seahawks' 3-yard line.'

Marker Adams can't fathom Hawks [4:54 AM]
Seattle Times reports: 'Adams the former Seahawk didn't place any emphasis on throttling Seattle 38-9 yesterday afternoon. "It's not about me," he said, after recording one tackle. "It's about the team."'

Marker Oops! [4:53 AM]
Everett Herald reports: 'Buffalo opened the game with a no-huddle offense that drove 60 yards in 10 plays to take a 7-0 lead. The key third-down conversion on that drive came on a roll-right, throw-back-left screen play that looked like it had been plucked straight from the playbooks of nearby Lackawanna High.'

Marker Buffalo 38, Seattle 9 [4:52 AM]
Seahawks.com reports: 'Did anyone get the numbers off that truck?'

Marker Monday's Seattle Coverage [4:51 AM]
TwoBillsDrive.com reports:
The worst in first (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Seahawks' spiral finally takes Alexander down (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Bills crush Hawks on road to respectability (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Hawks lose contact with ground control (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Victory is Walla Walla sweet (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
More dropped passes stall Seahawks' offense (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Seahawks vs. Bills: Game in review (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Making the grade (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
Buffaloed! (Seattle Times)
Bledsoe wins homecoming game (Seattle Times)
Adams can't fathom Hawks (Seattle Times)
Boos problem (Seattle Times)
Seahawks' fan advantage fading away with losses (Seattle Times)
Drop and give me 20 (Seattle Times)
Seahawks two-minute drill (Seattle Times)
Photo Gallery (Seattle Times)
Oops! (Everett Herald)
Seahawk Notes (Everett Herald)
‘We were just bad, man’ (Tacoma News Tribune)
Staggering Hawks in desperate need of emotional fire (Tacoma News Tribune)
Bledsoe picks up where he left off at WSU (Tacoma News Tribune)
Four Bills enjoy a happy return (Tacoma News Tribune)
Passing game sputters as Hawks drop ball (Tacoma News Tribune)
Baffled by Buffalo (Bremerton Sun)
The sad part is, this loss is typical Seahawks (Bremerton Sun)
Seahawks Report Card (Bremerton Sun)
Sinking Seahawks exposed by aggressive Buffalo attack (King County Journal)
Bills dismantle Seahawks, fans are quick to pile on (Portland Oregonian)
Bills change the menu, and that does the trick (Portland Oregonian)
Seattle CB inactive against Bills (AP)
Buffalo 38, Seattle 9 (Seahawks.com)

Marker Bills dominate listless Seahawks [4:50 AM]
ESPN reports: 'Instead, Bledsoe faked a sneak and lateraled to his left to Willis McGahee, who rambled almost untouched for a 30-yard touchdown. For the Seahawks defense, they turned Qwest Field into Rest Field. They were asleep. "I had never seen a play like that before," Seahawks defensive tackle Cedric Woodard said. "It was a good play. They had a fourth down and only this much (holding his fingers closely together to indicate inches). Everybody was thinking sneak. I give them credit. They kept us off balance all day."'

Marker Buffalo 38, Seattle 9 [4:50 AM]
AP reports: 'Buffalo didn't punt until less than a minute remained in the third period.'

Marker Buffalo 38, Seattle 9 [4:49 AM]
Sportsticker reports: '"We threw a little more today and our no-huddle offense worked well," Bledsoe said. "We converted third down and enjoyed success in the passing despite three turnovers."'

Marker Bills RB Travis Henry suffers broken leg [4:48 AM]
Sportsticker reports: 'It would be a disappointing end to the year for Henry, who lost his starting job to Willis McGahee. Henry has rushed for 326 yards in 10 games this season.'

Marker Buffalo 38, Seattle 9 [4:47 AM]
The Sports Network reports: '"We were able to sustain drives and keep our offense on the field," said Bledsoe, who was a standout at Washington State University and is a native of Ellensburg, Washington.'

Marker Bills' Henry breaks leg [4:46 AM]
The Sports Network reports: 'Henry, whose season is likely over, suffered the injury on the fourth play of the game. On a third-and-three, Henry caught a five-yard pass from Drew Bledsoe, was tackled by Seattle linebacker Isaiah Kacyvenski and had to be helped from the field.'

Marker McGahee Paves Road Win [4:45 AM]
RNews.com reports: 'The 38-9 margin was Buffalo's most lopsided road win in 14 years.'

Marker Bills Break Loose On The Road [4:44 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'To me this game was won by good defense and Drew Bledsoe.'

Marker Cheeseburgers Bring Paradise [4:43 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"It's been a long time since we've had the feeling of going on the road and beating somebody," Bledsoe said. "We finished the game. That's the big thing you can take out of this one. We didn't allow them to climb back in it."'

Marker Bills Shut Down Seahawks Run Game [4:42 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"That was a big key," Mularkey said referring to the fact that the Bills were able shut down Alexander and in the process hold the Seahawks to a season-low nine points. "He's a dangerous back and I felt like that was the No. 1 priority to shut him down."'

Marker 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.'

Marker 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.'

Marker 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.'

Marker 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:

Marker 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.

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November 28, 2004

Marker 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.'

Marker '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.'

Marker 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.'

Marker 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.'

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