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Buffalo Bills News - October 29, 1999

Marker Smith: Bills need to get act together [1:36 PM]
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Marker Finding the complete package [9:41 AM]
PFW reports: It's amazing how high everyone rates Ruben Brown. He's good, but everyone seems to think he's one of the best, which I have my doubts about.

Marker Former Buffalo Bills Kenneth Davis watches RB Tomlinson [9:16 AM]
AP reports: While LaDainian Tomlinson continues his quest to break the school single-season rushing record of 1,611 yards, an interested observer is former Buffalo Bills star Kenneth Davis, who has held the mark for 15 years.

"I never really thought about the quality of competition as a factor," said Davis, an All-American tailback in 1984 and nine-year NFL veteran. "That's really interesting to me, but I still don't think it should matter. With the type of stats he has run for and with the young man getting ready to smash my record, I would like to think L.T. should be considered for the Heisman. He's definitely a great running back."

Marker Ninth class of inductees provides golden memories [8:59 AM]
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Marker Ravens defense thrives on speed [8:57 AM]
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Marker Bills-Ravens Preview [6:31 AM]
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Marker A new beginning for Tony Banks [6:25 AM]
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Marker Losing sack race, McCrary still ahead of game [6:19 AM]
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Marker Run blocking no snap for Ravens' Mitchell [6:17 AM]
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October 28, 1999

Marker Marino out for next few games [11:38 AM]
Miami Herald reports: Marino will be out from Raiders game, probably for the Tennessee game and things do not look favorable for the Buffalo game.

Marker Phillips wants struggling team to pretend it's in early hole [8:57 AM]
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Marker Bruce attributes Bills' low sack total to circumstances beyond his control [8:56 AM]
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Marker The last word [6:39 AM]
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Marker His patience rewarded, Banks finally gets chance with Ravens [6:33 AM]
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Marker Injury-riddled Buffalo defense down after strong start [6:29 AM]
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Marker Coaches can't decide on Martin's replacement [6:25 AM]
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Marker Bruce: Critics are way off base [6:23 AM]
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Marker Ravens Now Turn To Banks [6:18 AM]
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Marker Offensive line starts to straighten out [6:16 AM]
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Marker Flutie's elusive return to NFL [6:14 AM]
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October 27, 1999

Marker Shout! Holecek back? [3:42 PM]
Shout! reports: Heading into Baltimore, the Bills have the largest number of injuries they've had this season. But Holecek and Hansen could be back.

Marker Shout! Q&A with Wade 10-27 [3:40 PM]
Shout! reports: Wade Phillips adressed the WNY media and talked about how the team is handling its upcoming game vs. the Ravens.

Marker Bills make roster moves [9:03 AM]
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Marker Running Antowain could help Bills define their offense [9:01 AM]
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Marker Moore tackles impatience [6:26 AM]
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Marker Shout! Lots of excuses [12:46 AM]
Shout! reports: There are lots of excuses why the Bills lost Sunday. Shout! Newspaper's Mike Doser goes over them in "Dozing Off."

October 26, 1999

Marker Shout! chat starts now [7:24 PM]
Shout! reports: Tonight! Come to the Shout! chat 7:30 p.m. ET to 8:30 p.m. ET with Mike Doser and Lary Bump.

Marker Shout! chat at 7:30 p.m. [2:36 PM]
Shout! reports: For inside info on the Bills, chat with Shout!'s Mike Doser and Lary Bump tonight at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Marker Billick Hopes Banks Can Get Ravens Going [11:27 AM]
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Marker Billick heads to the Banks [11:25 AM]
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