Mike Doser: Another Overtime Win [11:28 PM]
Shout! reports: Buffalo is clearly the most fun team to watch in the NFL. They've solidified the status with their third high-scoring overtime contest of this young season - a 33-27 win against the Bears at Wilson Stadium. Now the team is 2-2 and trailing first-place Miami and New England - who both lost Sunday - by a game.
Week 4: Bills-Bears Postgame Quotebook [7:51 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Gregg Williams: "We hope that this is a building block for next week but we've got to continue to do it week in and week out. The league is like this, every week in the league most of the teams are just down to the wire, down the last couple of possessions. Our guys made the plays they needed to make to win the ball game."
Game Recap: Dramatic Win In OT [7:50 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Drew Bledsoe set an NFL record with his fourth career overtime touchdown pass, throwing a 26-yarder to running back Travis Henry as the Buffalo Bills defeated the Chicago Bears, 33-27.
Part II: Bears at Bills (Photos) [7:21 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Photos from Sunday's win over the Bears - Travis Henry celebrates with the crowd, Mike Hollis, Aaron Schobel, etc.
Bills 33, Bears 27 - Game Statistics [7:19 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Bledsoe finished the game 28-of-36 for 328 yards and four touchdowns.
2002 Buffalo Jills (Photos) [7:17 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Action photos from Sunday's game vs. the Bears
Part I: Bears at Bills (Photos) [7:16 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: Photos of Sunday's game - Part I
Bears at Bills: Photos [7:05 PM]
NFL.com reports: Eric Moulds twice, Bears WR Marty Booker, Bears QB Jim Miller, Bears WR David Terrell, amd Bills RB Travis Henry runs for the game-winning touchdown in overtime.
Bears at Bills: Play by Play [6:55 PM]
NFL.com reports: Plays, penalties and scores.
Bills 33, Bears 27, OT [4:47 PM]
AP reports: 'The Bears never managed to take the lead, while the Bills threatened virtually every time it had the ball.'
Buffalo 33, Chicago 27 (ot) [4:46 PM]
Sportsticker reports: 'Bledsoe finished the game 28-of-36 for 328 yards and four touchdowns. He completed all 15 of his pass attempts on Buffalo's four TD drives, also finding Peerless Price, Moulds and tight end Dave Moore.'
Answers from Bears vs. Bills [3:20 PM]
Fox Sports reports: 'They're a lot better than last year. They're a very entertaining and efficient team offensively as long as Travis Henry doesn't fumble, which he's done in every game this year.'
Balance Bills seek hard to find against Bears [9:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Buffalo's passing attack remains one of the most potent in the NFL, the defense can't seem to stop anyone on a regular basis, and kick coverage, though improved, is still an adventure.'
Loaded for Bears [9:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Thomas is a 230-pound load who runs behind one of the better offensive lines in the NFL.'
Offensive linemen eager for Bills to become a team on the run [9:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Brown claims there's not a lineman alive, or dead, who wouldn't rather block for the run than the pass. So far, I haven't found anyone to contradict him.'
Hard-wired [9:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"The people of Buffalo," Forry said, "are going to fall in love with this kid."'
Big Mike's deal [9:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Mike Williams could wind up totaling $43.96 million over six years if he were to hit all incentives, according to players' union sources.'
Bears at Bills - Quick Hits [9:47 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: The Bills have had three 100-yard receiving games from three different receivers so far in 2002 (Eric Moulds, Peerless Price, and Josh Reed). The most the team has ever had in one season was 11 in 1991, accomplished by four different receivers - Andre Reed (4), James Lofton (4), Thurman Thomas (2), and Don Beebe (1).
Levy has fond memories of '77 Alouettes [9:00 AM]
Montreal Gazette reports: 'Levy has pointed out on other occasions that his five-year stint here opened the doors for an NFL career that eventually saw him lead the Buffalo Bills to an unprecedented four consecutive Super Bowl appearances.'
Turning his life around [6:46 AM]
Chicago Tribune reports: 'Traylor, who won two Super Bowl rings with Denver, may well be coming off his best game as a Bear, last Sunday's loss to New Orleans.'
Bears-Bills Q&A [6:45 AM]
Chicago Tribune reports: 'Q: What's wrong with Buffalo's defense? A: Quite a bit. The Bills are giving up 35 points a game, including special-teams gaffes. They really haven't been the same since letting defensive tackle Ted Washington get away.'
Receiver has White stuff [6:44 AM]
Chicago Sun Times reports: 'What's wrong with Dez White, anyway? It could be he's suffering from an identity crisis. Think about it. Marty Booker is the guy. Marcus Robinson is the guy who used to be the guy. David Terrell is the mouth. Where does that leave White? "He's the guy in between,'' Booker said with a laugh.'
Bears being careful not to let injuries affect special teams [6:43 AM]
Chicago Sun Times reports: 'The Bears responded positively last season after setbacks, rolling off six victories in a row after losing the opener. After their second and third losses, they won three and four games in a row, respectively. Thomas should take control. If he doesn't, a problem is developing. Bears 24, Bills 20.'
Defense knows it will feel the heat [6:42 AM]
Arlington Heights Daily Herald reports: 'It means the Bills want to put the Bears' defense in nickel and dime alignments (utilizing five and six defensive backs) as often as possible. Because, when the Bears use six defensive backs, four will be players who started a total of two games combined last season; three didn't see enough action to earn a varsity letter.'
Bledsoe, burned as a Pat, wants to win as a Bill [6:41 AM]
Arlington Heights Daily Herald reports: '"You go through eight years when the job is yours, and I had been pretty healthy my whole career, and then to have an injury and have my position taken away from me, that was a little bit of a wakeup call,'' Bledsoe said. "What it has done is make me appreciate the situation I'm in and the opportunity I have to play the game."'
A few minutes with... [6:41 AM]
Arlington Heights Daily Herald reports: '"I'm a big believer in weightlifting. That's all I do in the off-season. Even though I'm not a big guy, I always try to be bigger in the weight room. I lift six days a week (in the off-season). I started sophomore year in high school. I learned that was the best thing to do to stay healthy. This year, it was even more important because (coaches told me) I had to get bigger and stronger."'
Dullsville win would be just fine with Bears [6:39 AM]
Suburban Chicago Newspapers reports: 'A typical Bills game involves wild plays up and down the field — they gave up two kick returns for touchdowns to the Jets in a season-opening loss, have allowed a fumble return for a touchdown and have scored themselves on a fumble recovery as well as a kick return.'
Bears (2-1) at Bills (1-2) [6:39 AM]
Suburban Chicago Newspapers reports: 'Gene Chamberlain's pick: Bears 27, Bills 23.'
Bledsoe's numbers tell the story [6:38 AM]
Boston Herald reports: '``I think this team is better than those teams were across the board,'' he said. ``We've got some amazingly talented receivers, we've got some tight ends, we've got outstanding guys in the backfield, and I think our offensive line will be a very good group now that they're starting to work together. I think this team has the potential, that same old word. We have the talent to get it done. Now we have to go out and prove it.'''
Fast start key to happy ending for Bills [6:06 AM]
D and C reports: 'Today against the Chicago Bears (2-1) at Ralph Wilson Stadium, the Bills (1-2) are stressing the importance of a fast start so a fourth consecutive nail-biting finish can be averted. That’s because if the game does come down to fourth-quarter heroics, the scales tip heavily to ‘Da Bears.'
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