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Buffalo Bills News - September 23, 2002

Marker Mike Doser: Weaknesses wreck Bills' effort in Denver [8:01 PM]
Shout! reports: In particular, we're talking about weaknesses such as Buffalo's running game, its inability to stop the opponent's running game and its inability to force turnovers.

Marker Mike Doser: Reliving the big play of the game [8:00 PM]
Shout! reports: he bottom line for us offensively is that we've got to be better at starting games. We're digging holes for ourselves and leaving ourselves with problems at the end of games. It's hard to overcome those all the time."

Marker Buffalo makes negativity tricky, even after another tough defeat [7:44 PM]
Niagara Falls Reporter reports: 'Like Kelly two football generations before, Bledsoe has given hope to those fans who need it, and entertainment to everyone else. At some point, he might even provide we mean-spirited columnists with a little fodder.'

Marker Bills still high after Rocky Mountain fall [3:13 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“I think, when we look at the film,” said Bills’ middle linebacker London Fletcher, “we’ll realize that the Broncos didn’t beat us, we beat ourselves.”'

Marker Local Notes [3:12 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'Tellingly, cornerback Antoine Winfield led the Bills with nine tackles, all unassisted.'

Marker Levy's Week 3 Snapshot [2:47 PM] reports: 'Chicago at Buffalo - Two teams that have played very well in every game they've been in. This will be a pretty darn good indicator if both teams can contend this year.'

Marker Born to play [10:57 AM]
CNN/SI reports: 'But as he'd done in the previous two weeks with his new team, Bledsoe very nearly brought the damn house down. That's how good this guy still is.'

Marker Time runs out on Buffalo comeback try [9:13 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Buffalo rallied three times after falling behind, 14-0, in the first half but was never able to get the lead in a game controlled by the Broncos' defense.'

Marker Bills' hopes vanish into thin air [9:12 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Today they must come to grips with a sobering reality: An effort as strong as the one they put out against Denver probably won't get the job done the next two weeks, either.'

Marker Broncos pick on Watson [9:11 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'It wasn't the first time teams have gone after Watson, and it won't be the last. Opposing offenses have respect for starting cornerbacks Antoine Winfield and Nate Clements and their ability to lock down receivers.'

Marker Shredded Bills' defense is a cut below average [9:11 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Greatness? If that's the case, then the Common Council is on the brink of greatness, too. The Buffalo economy is on the brink of a major turnaround. Mayor Masiello is on the brink of having his likeness carved onto the side of Mount Rushmore.'

Marker With turnover, Henry's pain more mental than physical [9:10 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"It was a sweep to the right and I cut inside and there were some defenders there," Henry said. "I got caught up and they kind of turned me and the ball came out. It was a crucial turnover. But plays like that, you just got to forget about them and come back in and establish yourself."'

Marker Monday Billboard [9:09 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'They're making progress, but the defense simply isn't good enough right now.'

Marker Week 3: Bills-Broncos Postgame Quotebook [8:32 AM] reports: Coach Gregg Williams: "We made some strides as a team playing against a very good team, but we made too many mistakes early and didn't make the critical plays down the stretch."

Marker Game Notebook at Denver [8:31 AM] reports: With his first catch of the game, Peerless Price extended his streak of games with a reception to 42 which tied Elbert Dubenion for the fourth longest streak in Bills history. Moulds also extended his club record streak of games with a catch to 68 games.

Marker Bills Rally Comes Up Short [8:30 AM] reports: Quarterback Drew Bledsoe drove the Bills offense 70 yards in 1:27 and threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Eric Moulds to make the score 28-23 with 1:12 left. But Denver's Rod Smith recovered the onside kick to end Buffalo's hopes of a dramatic fourth quarter come-from-behind victory.

Marker A rocky go in Denver [5:52 AM]
D and C reports: 'OK, the Bills may not be on the brink of greatness, but they’re on the brink of goodness, and that was evident in Denver’s shiny new palace.'

Marker Broncos finding a way to win, Bills searching [5:51 AM]
D and C reports: '“The bottom line for us offensively is that we have to get better at starting games,” Bledsoe said. “We’re digging holes for ourselves and leaving ourselves with problems at the end of games.”'

Marker The Two-Minute Read [5:50 AM]
D and C reports: 'The Bills are firmly committed to establishing balance in their offense, and they will continue to try to run the ball. I’m starting to wonder whether they should even bother.'

Marker Buffalo Bills report card [5:49 AM]
D and C reports: 'Another competitive effort but better team won.'

Marker Buffalo may be losing, but not without a fight [5:48 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'But if the Bills keep playing like they have through the first three weeks of the NFL season, Buffalo will continue to be a hot ticket on entertainment value alone.'

Marker Ugly, but it's 3-0 [5:47 AM]
Denver Rocky Mountain News reports: '"We knew what he was capable of doing," Reese said of facing Bledsoe, who finished 27-for-41 for 283 yards with two TDs. "We feel fortunate."'

Marker Bledsoe was a handful [5:46 AM]
Denver Rocky Mountain News reports: 'The Buffalo Bills managed only 39 rushing yards on 14 carries Sunday, turning them into a one-dimensional team, as Denver had hoped. But with Bills quarterback Drew Bledsoe a remaining factor, the Broncos were on edge until the end.'

Marker McGlockton provides enough comic relief [5:46 AM]
Denver Rocky Mountain News reports: 'The return occurred with 3:38 left in the first quarter, with the contest having taken on an ugly tone to that point: scoreless, with the two teams combining for 41 penalty yards and 49 offensive yards.'

Marker Griese in 'four' the count, as he eyes 4-0 start [5:45 AM]
Denver Rocky Mountain News reports: 'In Sunday's key fourth-quarter drive against the Bills, Griese completed six of eight attempts for 62 yards and the touchdown pass to Smith.'

Marker This time, it's Portis' turn to take charge [5:44 AM]
Denver Rocky Mountain News reports: 'Anderson rushed for 28 yards on seven carries and the Broncos finished with 163 rushing yards and 342 total yards of offense.'

Marker Two Watson penalties aid his 'ex' [5:43 AM]
Denver Rocky Mountain News reports: 'He committed two defensive penalties to keep Denver drives alive, and he had been part of the Bills defense that allowed Brian Griese's first-and-five touchdown pass to Rod Smith with 2 minutes, 39 seconds remaining to put the game away.'

Marker Bledsoe almost pulls out victory [5:42 AM]
Denver Rocky Mountain News reports: 'While his statistics weren't the monster numbers he put up in two overtime games to open the season - a league-leading 734 yards and a 69 percent completion percentage - Bledsoe gave the Denver Broncos defense fits, even with an ineffective running game, and nearly pulled off the upset.'

Marker No victories are ugly when a team is 3-0 [5:41 AM]
Denver Rocky Mountain News reports: '"I do have more touchdowns than Shannon Sharpe right now," McGlockton said.'

Marker Broncos hardly the stuff of history, headlines [5:40 AM]
Denver Rocky Mountain News reports: 'The Broncos were supposed to whip the Buffalo Bills as game favorites for the first time this season, and that is what they did Sunday. According to the Broncos and the impartial truth, it was not pretty. But in a tense fourth quarter, the Invesco pilgrims, loud and anxious, did not agree. Beauty in football is a scoreboard thing, and for the third time the scoreboard preferred the Broncos.'

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