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Buffalo Bills News - November 22, 2003

Marker Harrison returns to practice, likely available against Bills [5:16 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'As long as Harrison doesn't experience a setback with his right hamstring, the Indianapolis Colts' four-time Pro Bowl wide receiver will be available for work against the Bills.'

Marker Colts shy $10.6 million, says NFL [5:15 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'That's how much it would take for the city to bring the football team's 2002 season revenues up to the National Football League's median income, according to an affidavit released by the league Friday.'

Marker How 'bout them Jills? [5:14 AM]
Binghamton Press and Sun-Bulletin reports: '"Performing has never made me nervous, but when the first game came, I was terrified," Buda said. "There were 75,000 people there, and you feel so little." Buda said she will try out for the squad next year if she's living near Western New York.'

Marker Henry, Moulds remain questionable for Sunday [5:13 AM]
The Sports Network reports: 'The duo has accounted for 10 of the team's 17 offensive touchdowns this year and has combined for 1,427 yards -- more than half the Bills' total offense. Buffalo's offense has been held out of the end zone for the last three games.'

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November 21, 2003

Marker Larry Felser: Math [7:29 PM]
ESN reports: Since the Bills have just six games left on their schedule and only mathematics on their side, this is what the coaches should consider doing for the rest of the year:

Don’t call a timeout to ponder whether you should go for it on fourth and goal from the 1.5-yard line or kick a field goal. The time for conservatism is past. You’re now a 500-1 shot to make the playoffs. You have no choices. You have to live a little.

Marker Harrison might play Sunday [5:22 PM]
The Sports Network reports: 'Harrison said afterwards that he feels good, but will wait until Sunday to decide if he will play against Buffalo.'

Marker Tricky Dungy [5:21 PM]
The Sports Network reports: 'The Colts hope to have Harrison back for this week's game in Buffalo. He tested his hamstring at practice this week and was able to run. Indianapolis will still be short at receiver, even if Harrison can play. Walters had four receptions for 88 yards and a touchdown in the first half of the Jets game before pulling his hamstring. Walters and Pollard are out at least one more week. Brandon Stokley, signed as a free agent to be the No. 3 receiver, has just three catches on the year. He is still feeling the after effects of a concussion and is questionable to face Buffalo.'

Marker Tops Game Ball Winner: Travis Henry [5:07 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Q: Do you think you and Willis McGahee can thrive together just like the days of Thurman Thomas and Kenneth Davis? - Dennis Hough (Rochester, NY)
TH: We can be better than them. I really think we can be way better than Thurman and Kenneth Davis.'

Marker A formidable foe [5:06 PM]
Colts.com reports: 'One reason is they have made it difficult for opponents to run. Adams, who played with AFC Champion Oakland last season, is one of the NFL’s better run-defending defensive tackles. Spikes and Posey are solid against the run, as is Milloy, and Buffalo is the NFL’s 12th-ranked rushing defense.'

Marker Colts' Harrison might return against Buffalo [3:50 PM]
AP reports: '''I feel good,'' Harrison said after Friday's workout. ''But we'll have to see what happens. I just don't want to do anything stupid to reinjure it. But right now, it feels real good.'''

Marker Manning's extra work paying off [3:49 PM]
AP reports: '''He's making the right decisions, not forcing the ball,'' wide receiver Troy Walters said. ''He's just doing everything right.'''

Marker Bills' Henry hopes can play against Colts [3:48 PM]
AP reports: '''I felt good making my cuts, accelerating, and I'll see how it goes,'' Henry said.'

Marker Panic mode [3:47 PM]
The Sports Network reports: '"The big thing is that when that player is called upon to make a play and it's executed pretty well we have to go ahead and finish the play," Williams said. "We did a pretty good job of selecting plays correctly [against Houston] but we didn't finish those plays. We had some opportunities down there to finish them and put points on the board."'

Marker Q&A: Pierson Prioleau [10:33 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Q: Is it true that a safety covering a wide receiver is a "mismatch"?
PP: That's true from the offensive eyes. On defense we like to think that safety's can cover anybody on the field as well as anyone else. On offensive eyes they think it is a mismatch because they think corners cover better than safety's. I think I can cover any receiver in the NFL.'

Marker Battered 'O' line fights on [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"Part of being a cohesive offensive line is the ability to fight through these type of things," said Bills coach Gregg Williams. "The good lines are obviously talented, but they are also consistent and available week in and week out. When you look across the league at the offensive lines that are functioning at the highest level, you will see a significant number of starts in a row with those guys. That's very vital for an offensive line."'

Marker Thurman Thomas to receive service award [8:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Many of Henry's friends and family members have advised him against playing, fearing he could make the injury worse. But Henry is determined to be on the field Sunday.'

Marker Bills' Spikes, an ex-Bengal, has no regrets [5:15 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '“No, not at all,” Spikes said. “If I had to do it 10 times over and even knowing we’d be at this point record-wise, I’d still do it. I had to believe what was best in my heart for Takeo. I love those guys (in Cincinnati) like brothers. I’ve spent more time with them than the guys here. I’m happy for them. But this is where I belong.”'

Marker Scouting the Bills offense [5:14 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'Bledsoe. If he's upright, he's a threat, but he has been sacked 30 times, and that has had a huge impact on the Bills' minus-11 takeaway-giveaway ratio, the league's second-worst. Bledsoe is 11-5 as a starter against the Colts, with 25 touchdown passes and 10 interceptions.'

Marker Scouting the Bills defense [5:13 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'After getting past their salary cap problems in 2001, the Bills went on a free agent shopping spree the past two years in hopes of building a defense. They added Pro Bowl SS Lawyer Milloy just days before this season. OLB Takeo Spikes arrived last off-season and MLB London Fletcher the year before. DT Sam Adams clogs the middle. It's worked. The Bills are fourth in the NFL at 271.1 yards allowed per game and sixth in points allowed at 17.0 per game.'

Marker Bills' coaches on the hot seat [5:12 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'If Colts players aren't thrilled with hearing occasional boos in the RCA Dome, they should be glad they're not in the Buffalo Bills' shoes.'

Marker Manning's turnaround one of best in NFL history for a QB [5:11 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: '"I know he's had some adverse times as well, but he's playing great football for them right now and the team is playing well around him."'

Marker Manning uses his feet to fool Bills' defense [5:10 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'The last time the Colts ventured to Ralph Wilson Stadium, in 2001, they came away with a 30-14 victory -- and one of the most unexpected plays in team history. Quarterback Peyton Manning scored on a 33-yard run, the longest of his career, in the second quarter. The touchdown snapped a 7-7 tie and started a string of 20 unanswered Indy points.'

Marker Quarterbacks' consistency among best in NFL history [5:09 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'Sunday's game will feature two of the eight quarterbacks in NFL history who have thrown for 3,000 yards in at least five consecutive seasons. Peyton Manning (left), in his sixth season, has passed for at least 3,000 yards in five consecutive years. Bills QB Drew Bledsoe threw for 3,000 yards for seven seasons in a row (1994-2000) while with New England.'

Marker Bills have backfield woes [5:08 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'Coach Gregg Williams remains optimistic Henry will play against the Colts. But Plan B is Burns, a second-year tailback who made the Bills roster as an undrafted rookie in 2002. He has averaged just 2.5 yards on 28 carries this season. In his brief career, Burns has rushed 33 times for 78 yards.'

Marker Road warriors [5:07 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: '"You could write a book," said Champlin, the Colts' director of player development and travel coordinator, "'Where Are the Expletive-Deleted Buses?' "'

Marker Ex-lineman likes taste of his wine [5:06 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'Hinton's career with the Colts encompassed 94 games. He's one of four individuals inducted in the team's Ring of Honor at the RCA Dome.'

Marker Souers sold on idea of new stadium [5:05 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'Talk about a new stadium has centered on affordability. Another question has been whether there are enough sponsors to fill more suites.'

November 20, 2003

Marker Bills RB Henry intent on playing despite hairline fracture [7:57 PM]
AP reports: '"I'm going to get a good chance to go out and do some things I do. And if I feel great and feel like I can go, I'm a go," Henry said. "It's my call."'

Marker Henry To Test Leg Injury Friday [7:54 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"It's been very difficult but it's a part of football," said Henry. "It goes along with the territory, and in my case I've just been getting through it."'

Marker No offense, but Bills got what they deserved [7:52 PM]
CBS Sportsline reports: 'How can an offense that was so proficient last year become so inept this season? One word: stubbornness.'

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