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Buffalo Bills News - December 15, 2014

Marker Starks staying steady in Green Bay [1:36 AM]
Niagara Gazette reports: 'Starks played in front of a local audience for the first time since the final home game of his junior season at the University at Buffalo. Shoulder surgery would prevent Starks from playing his senior season at UB, though he graduated as the Bulls' all-time leading rusher, a record since broken by San Diego Chargers rookie Branden Oliver.'

Marker Buffalo Bills Report Card [1:35 AM]
Canandaigua Daily Messenger reports: 'The Bills came up with an excellent defensive game plan, holding one of the NFL's top offenses to 13 points. The offense continued to struggle; however, the problem is the quarterback, not the playcalling.'

Marker Buffalo Bills Week 15 Report Card [1:34 AM]
Auburn Citizen reports: 'Another week, another top-notch quarterback conquered.'

Marker Aaron Rodgers has worst day as a pro thanks to Bills’ dominating D [1:33 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'Added nickelback Nickell Robey: “We’re not shocked at all. I told (cornerback) Corey (Graham) in practice on Thursday that, if anything, other team’s offences need to be a little bit more worried about us than we should be about them.'

Marker Monday's Green Bay Coverage [1:32 AM] reports:
Packers bounced in Buffalo (Green Bay Press Gazette)
Bills offer blueprint for slowing Packers' offense (Green Bay Press Gazette)
Costly blunders prompt soul-searching on special teams (Green Bay Press Gazette)
'Stabler rule' safety catches players off guard (Green Bay Press Gazette)
Things get 'physical' vs. Schwartz's defense (Green Bay Press Gazette)
Banjo happy to be back in action (Green Bay Press Gazette)
Offense matches franchise mark for first-half scoring (Green Bay Press Gazette)
Thumbs up to Lacy, down to penalties (Green Bay Press Gazette)
Photo gallery (Green Bay Press Gazette)
Packers drop the ball against Bills (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Aaron Rodgers way off the mark (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Packers' special teams turn to liability (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Dropped passes devastating for Packers (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Loss of Bulaga led to Rodgers' fumble, safety (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Packers' loss muddies playoff scenario (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Packers Replay (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Photo gallery (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Packers' loss emphasizes how much they rely on Aaron Rodgers (Wisconsin State Journal)
Tom Oates gives Green Bay a 'D+' in loss to Buffalo (Wisconsin State Journal)
Photo gallery (Wisconsin State Journal)
Rodgers, Packers sloppy in 21-13 loss to Bills (AP)
Packers tackle Bulaga has concussion against Bills (AP)
Packers' Lacy, Lang and Sitton active versus Bills (AP)
5 things we learned: Packers at Bills (Fox Sports Wisconsin)
In a fog (WAUK-AM)
2-minute drill (WAUK-AM)
Mistakes, missed chances pile up in loss to Bills (
Bills' defensive scheme haunting reminder (
Packers defense almost saves the day (
Aaron Rodgers: 'I have to play better' (
Photo gallery (
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Photo gallery 1 (Buffalo News)
Photo gallery 2 (Buffalo News)
Photo gallery (Rochester D&C)
Photo gallery (Syracuse Post Standard)

Marker Bills' defense stifles Packers in 21-13 win [1:32 AM]
AP reports: 'The Bills were also have their first eight-win season since going 9-7 in 2004.'

Marker Rambo steps in to help Bills beat Packers 21-13 [1:31 AM]
AP reports: '"It's just a huge, huge confidence boost," said Rambo, Washington's 2013 sixth-round draft pick out of Georgia. "It's just going to allow me to play even faster and build confidence in myself that, hey, I can do this. I belong in this league."'

Marker Buffalo 21, Green Bay 13 [1:30 AM]
The Sports Network reports: 'Kyle Orton went just 14-for-27 for 158 yards with an interception, while Fred Jackson gave 71 yards on 20 carries for the Bills (8-6), who have won three of their last four games.'

Marker Bills hold on for stunning upset of Packers [1:29 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Bills safety Bacarri Rambo made his second interception of the game � and second of his career -- after the Packers had driven from their own 2-yard-line to the Buffalo 34. Rambo's 28-yard return gave the Bills a drive start near midfield and Dan Carpenter converted a 43-yard field goal to put the Bills in front 19-10 with 9:23 left in the fourth quarter.'

Marker Bills-Packers: What we learned [1:28 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: 'Despite another non-descript performance, quarterback Kyle Orton is likely to finish out the season as the Bills' starter. Coach Doug Marrone maintains that Orton gives his team the best chance to win. Had Buffalo lost Sunday to fall out of the playoff picture, the team may have elected to give second-year quarterback EJ Manuel some playing time down the stretch. However, now that the Bills have a chance to end their 14-year playoff drought, they will stick with Orton. '

Marker Bills Win 21-13 [1:27 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'A Colton Schmidt punt gave the Packers the Ball at the 2 minute warning, but pinned deep in their own territory, Mario Williams made another outstanding play, stripping Rodgers of the football and causing a safety to seal the 21-13 victory.'

Marker There Is A Guy Named Rambo On The Bills! [1:26 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'A fun day for the fans for sure. I'll get around to worrying about their troubled offense again soon enough so don't rush me. I may want to spend some time just staring at this defense.'

Marker Bills pull off a shocker [1:25 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'This was quite a way to end the home portion of the schedule and it means the Bills are still playing a relevant game as we move into week 16 of the season. Thats rarified air for this franchise. Enjoy!'

Marker Bills defense is the best! [1:24 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'The Bills are 4-3 on the road if you count the game against the Jets in Detroit as a road game. They finish up in Oakland and New England. The fun part is at least game 15 is relevant. To me it’s relevant thanks to the best defense in the National Football League.'

Marker Observations: Bills 21 - Packers 13 [1:23 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'With those two factors in mind, regardless of how poorly the offense has played, Marrone has a solid enough case built for himself to return for a third season. There will need to be a vast amount of changes to the offensive side of the ball, but working with what he has had to in 2014, Marrone likely won’t have to go searching for an assistant coaching job elsewhere come January.'

Marker An unlikely hero sparks an unlikely win [1:22 AM]
WROC-TV reports: 'How do you cool off the most torrid quarterback in football? Easy. You call on Rambo.'

Marker Immediate Reactions: Buffalo Bills 19, Green Bay Packers 13 [1:21 AM] reports: 'This one goes out to Jordy Nelson for dropping a perfectly-thrown 95-yard touchdown pass. Telling you, if there was a “God of football”, he was all about his Bills today.'

Marker Bills Stay Alive With 21-13 Huge Win [1:20 AM]
Bills Daily reports: 'It is an amazing, fell good, fun win for the fans of the Buffalo Bills. They are now 8-6 and still in the hunt with two games to play after playing very well against two of the league's best the past two weeks. The playoffs are still going to be very hard to achieve but it is awesome that they are still alive and they now have a win over an elite team under their belt. Even if the playoffs don't happen this year has absolutely been a big step forward.'

Marker Defense, Special Teams Shine In Upset Win [1:19 AM]
Bills Daily reports: 'Jim Schwartz may be seeing a head coaching offer or two in the near future. His unit is just getting better and better as the year has progressed and they were pretty good to begin with.'

Marker Bills shock Packers in giant victory [1:18 AM] reports: 'Facing the highest scoring team in the NFL, and a team with the best turnover margin in the league, Buffalo’s defense held Aaron Rodgers and the Packers to 10 points through three and a half quarters. Special teams added a 75-yard punt return for a score and a quartet of field goals from Dan Carpenter to lift the Bills to a surprising 21-13 win over Green Bay.'

Marker Bills D stymies two of NFL's best QBs [1:17 AM] reports: '“We talked about it all week and I think we talked about it Monday or Tuesday—we’re not going to get caught up in the hoopla of who we’re playing, or the gauntlet of quarterbacks. We’ve played great quarterbacks. We’ve played well against great quarterbacks,” said Williams, knowing their divisional rematch with Tom Brady looms in Week 17. “The only expectation we had was to play well and win that football game. We were able to do that.”'

Marker Bacarri Rambo’s unexpected INTs crucial in win [1:16 AM] reports: '“We believed in each other all week. The coaches, the team, the players, everybody just believed in each other. We knew that we could come in here, do the right things, and do what the coaches ask us to do, and we could stop this team. We believe in each other, throughout this whole week. We still believe in each other. This is a huge confidence boost for the whole defense. To not allow not one quarterback, but two of the hottest quarterbacks in the NFL to no passing touchdowns, this is a huge, huge confidence boost for us.”'

Marker What they're saying: Bills upset Packers [1:15 AM] reports: 'Well we believed in each other all week. The coaches, the team, the players, everybody just believed in each other. We knew that we could come in here, do the right things, and do what the coaches ask us to do, and we could stop this team. We believe in each other, throughout this whole week. We still believe in each other. This is just a huge confidence boost for the whole defense. To not allow not one quarterback, but two of the hottest quarterbacks in the NFL to no passing touchdowns, this is a huge, huge confidence boost for us.'

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December 14, 2014

Marker The Great Debate: Watt or Rodgers for MVP [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Buffalo Bills already have been terrorized by Watt this year and will face Rodgers this afternoon in Ralph Wilson Stadium.'

Marker Bills must take advantage of vulnerable Packer secondary [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Packers 27, Bills 20.'

Marker Bills and the crowd need to be at their best [1:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Tiebreakers are a problem, and I can’t see them winning two of the last three. But a win would ensure their first .500 season in 10 years. I’ve given up trying to predict Pegula’s thinking, but that might be enough to save Marrone’s job in the eyes of a forgiving owner.'

Marker Former Jill looks to add NFL to suit over wages [1:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The legal papers allege “that at the times Mr. Goodell affixed his rubber stamps to the contracts, he and the NFL knew that the Jills were employees rather than independent contractors following a 1995 decision of the National Labor Relations Board.”'

Marker The incomparable Aaron Rodgers: Packers QB on another level [1:55 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"You turn on the film and he's something special," Matthews said. "He's obviously in the running for MVP year in and year out, probably having a second MVP season this year. He's smart, he knows what the defense is doing, he knows where the weaknesses are, he knows where to pick on. And he's got a bunch of players who can complement him on the offensive side of the ball. It's a hard offense to contain, and we know that from going up against him in practice."'

Marker Three ... and out [1:54 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Packers 31, Bills 20.'

Marker Bills’ coaches, players ready for toughest home game of season [1:53 AM]
Dunkirk Observer reports: '"The case is that we need to continue to be more consistent and keep drives going and, like I said before, score when we get into the red zone," the Bills second-year head coach said. "It's not like we haven't been in there. It's not like we haven't moved the ball better than we have in the past, but we haven't scored. That's what you need to do in this game to win.'

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