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Buffalo Bills News - January 6, 2003

Marker NFL Playoffs - Wild Weekend (Video Highlights) [11:48 AM] reports: The Jets, Steelers, Falcons & 49ers advanced. Watch video highlights from the game.

Marker Playoff Flashback: Jan. 6, 1990 [11:15 AM] reports: LB Clay Matthews intercepted a QB Jim Kelly 11-yard pass on the 1-yard line with 9 seconds left in the game to preserve the victory for the Browns. In dramatic style, Buffalo began a comeback bid after K Matt Bahr kicked a 47-yard FG to give Cleveland a 34-24 lead with 6:50 left in the fourth quarter. Kelly began a string of 23 consecutive pass plays and closed the gap to 4 when he hit RB Thurman Thomas for a 3-yard TD.

Marker Playoff Flashback: Jan. 6, 1996 [11:14 AM] reports: The Bills’ Super Bowl dream came to a close on the frozen surface of Three Rivers Stadium with a 40-21 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second round of the AFC playoffs. The Bills, playing without DE Bruce Smith who remained in Buffalo with the flu, quickly found themselves trailing 20-0 with under five minutes to play in the first half.

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January 5, 2003

Marker PSU alumnus makes mark in NFL [5:26 PM]
Pittsburg Morning Sun reports: 'And having the league's longest punt can't hurt Moorman when contract negotiations come around. Moorman's contract ended after this season and he is an exclusive rights free agent of the Bills, meaning that if the Bills want him, they have his exclusive rights. After next season, Moorman will be a restricted free agent and an unrestricted free agent after his fourth season.'

Marker Encroachment: Throwback, Or Throw It Back? [1:45 PM] reports: Sure, throwback uniforms are often viewed with a sense of awed nostalgia, but so is junior high school, and I don't see people buying tickets to experience that all over again. There's usually a very good reason old uniforms are burned like the American flag - ceremoniously or otherwise.

Marker Star search [9:23 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Find two more big-impact players and two more good role players in the defensive front seven. The Bills ranked 27th in points allowed, 32nd in takeaways and 29th against the run.'

Marker Offensive line shows improvement [5:20 AM]
D and C reports: '“I really believe it was an instrumental part of the season,” coach Gregg Williams said, referring to the play of the revamped line. “We had some skill guys in place, and obviously we brought Drew in for a big part of the improvement, but he has to have those five guys up front to have the chance to do what he does.”'

January 4, 2003

Marker NFL Announces Pro Bowl Starters [6:29 PM] reports: The starting all-star lineups for the 2003 Pro Bowl were announced today at halftimes of the AFC and NFC Wild Card playoff games. The AFC All-Star starters were announced during the Indianapolis at New York Jets game and the NFC starters at the Atlanta at Green Bay game.

Marker Dickerson will drop off the dial until Bills resume play in September [9:23 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'WGR-AM General Manager Greg Ried announced a move that Dickerson has openly discussed - his impending departure until the Bills' regular season starts up again in September.'

Marker Bledsoe says playoffs are next step [6:28 AM]
D and C reports: '“The expectations within the team and everywhere should be for us to make the playoffs,” he said. “We won’t back off of that one bit. This year, for this team to go from 3-13 to 8-8 is a step forward. We feel like we should’ve been better, been in the playoffs, but next year definitely. This team should be a playoff team and anything less will be unacceptable.”'

Marker Bills getting even more Donahoe-ish [6:27 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'Of the 60 players currently on Buffalo’s squad, including injured reserve and non-football-related injury, a total of 14 — less than a quarter — were with the team when Donahoe became president/general manager in January of 2001. And that number will shrink.'

Marker Bledsoe lets Bills linemen share in his return to the Pro Bowl [6:26 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: '"Anytime you have an offense where you have two 1,000-yard receivers [Peerless Price and Eric Moulds] and a 1,400-yard rusher [Travis Henry], it's a reflection of the guys up front who allow that to happen," Bledsoe said. "They don't get as much recognition, so I thought it was the right thing to do to bring them along."'

January 3, 2003

Marker A two-for-one comeback special [9:34 PM] reports: It was ten years ago on January 3, 1993. The AFC Wild Card game between the Houston Oilers and Buffalo Bills.

Marker Woodlands High alum completes rookie season with Bills [9:26 PM]
Woodlands Villager reports: 'A year ago, Grant Irons was sitting in a South Bend, Ind. classroom, pursuing graduate courses at the University of Notre Dame.
This year, he's mulling a suddenly bright future as a defensive end in the National Football League.'

Marker Bills Greatest Comebacks [2:04 PM] reports: Buffalo 37, Indianapolis 35 - September 21, 1997 at Rich Stadium The Bills mounted the second-larges comeback in NFL regular season history when they overturned a 26-0 deficit. Rookie RB Antowain Smith capped off Buffalo's scoring frenzy when he crashed through the line and scampered 54 yards. He had scored the go-ahead TD (30-29) on a one-yard plunge on the previous series.

Marker The Comeback vs. Houston - How it Happened [2:02 PM] reports: Two plays into the Oilers' next drive, Bills safety Henry Jones intercepted a deflected Moon pass and returned it 15 yards to the Houston 23-yard line. The Bills gained five yards on three plays and faced a fourth-and-five. Time out, Buffalo. Reich convinced Levy to go for it on fourth down. He then saw Reed break away from the safety and hit him on the goal line for 18 yards and a touchdown. Houston 25, Buffalo 31. In a span of six minutes and 52 seconds, the Bills had cut their deficit from 32 points to four.

Marker Playoff Flashback: Jan. 3, 1993 (Comeback Game) [2:02 PM] reports: Buffalo scored four TDs in under seven minutes in the third quarter, and rallied from a 35-3 deficit to down the Oilers 41-38, marking the greatest comeback in NFL history.

Marker Buffalo Bills NFL Auction [12:52 PM] reports: Claim a one of a kind item for your collection and bid on the actual jersey (Reebok size 46) worn by wide receiver Eric Moulds in the Bills' win over the Dolphins on 12/1/02. In this huge win for the Bills, Moulds had five catches for 130 yards and one score. Also autographed by Moulds immediately after the game, this jersey will be a valuable addition to any Bills fan's collection. Bid today!

Marker Playoff Flashback: Jan. 3, 1982 [12:47 PM] reports: Cincinnati jumped out to a 14-0 1st quarter lead, after cashing in on a long punt return and an INT, and defeated Buffalo 28-21, to secure the 1st postseason victory in the history of the Bengals’ franchise.

Marker Playoff Flashback: Jan. 3, 1981 [12:47 PM] reports: In dramatic fashion, San Diego rallied from a 14-3 deficit as QB Dan Fouts connected with WR Ron Smith on a 50-yard scoring pass with just 2:08 remaining in the game. The reception was only the 5th of the season for Smith.

Marker Alumni Update: Joe Cribbs [9:43 AM] reports: Joe Cribbs had a very successful rookie campaign. A consensus choice as AFC Rookie-of-the-Year, Cribbs finished second in the conference with 1,185 rushing yards and was the only rookie to start in the Pro Bowl. The key to his early success?

January 2, 2003

Marker Send your question to Drew Bledsoe [2:46 PM] reports: Bledsoe finished the season with a strong game, completing 23 of 31 passes (74.2%) for 231 yards, 1 TD and 0 INT. His quarterback rating in the season finale was 105.7. It was one of six times in 2002 that the first-year Bills quarterback had a rating of over 100 and the 28th time in his career.

Marker Bills' TV ratings top all CBS affiliates [1:14 PM]
Business First of Buffalo reports: 'According to figures released from Nielsen Media Research and WIVB-TV, the Bills had the highest market-by-market ratings of all CBS affiliates across the country and third overall behind Milwaukee and Pittsburgh.'

Marker 5th Down: Go, Henry, Go [11:32 AM] reports: In the course of one year, Travis Henry has completed a marathon run in sprinter's time. If you compare the rookie of 2001 to the veteran of 2002, you'll find a man who has traveled the greatest of distances in the quickest of times.

Marker Q&A With Definsive Line Coach John Levra [11:31 AM] reports: "My recommendations would just to be… our objective would be to improve our pass rush. We haven't done a great job of that this year. We would certainly like to put more pressure on the quarterback. I think we've done a decent job of playing the run most of the time. I would probably try to get some guys bigger and stronger before next season."

Marker Cincinnati Holds First Pick In 2003 Draft [9:53 AM] reports: The Bengals' choice will be followed by the Detroit Lions picking second and Houston Texans third. Buffalo - 14th.

Marker Buffalo Bills 2003 Opponents [9:13 AM] reports: The NFL has a regular-season scheduling rotation under the current realignment plan. The schedules will take the Bills through a cycle of games - home and away - against every other team in the league. In these seven seasons, the Bills will play every other team at least twice - once home and once away.

Marker Fletcher proud to walk in Spielman's path [9:12 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'He did a better job of anticipating plays and getting on the proper side of the lead blockers the second half of the year than the first.'

Marker A reason to shout [9:11 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills of 1988 entered the domain of the NFL's elite teams. The Bills of 2003 are on the doorstep. We can hardly wait for training camp to start.'

Marker Bills may pursue LeBeau [6:13 AM]
D and C reports: '“Anytime you can get a coach like Dick LeBeau, you try to fit him in anywhere you can,” Donahoe told “I would obviously be interested in something like that because of what I think of him.” The two were together in Pittsburgh from 1992-96, when Donahoe was the Steelers’ director of football operations and LeBeau served as secondary coach and later defensive coordinator.'

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