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Buffalo Bills News - November 17, 2003

Marker Thurman To Receive Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Award [10:47 AM] reports: 'Former Bills’ running back Thurman Thomas will receive the 18th annual Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Distinguished Service Award in special ceremonies prior to the Bills-Colts game on November 23.'

Marker Bills' season is slipping away [9:03 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'In a season that has featured one frustrating performance after another, the Bills hit a new low.'

Marker Futile offense frustrates Bills' defensive players [9:02 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"They scored 12 points, but they shouldn't have score a point. That's the way we as a defense have to look at it. We've got to make clutch situations on third down where we have defenses called to get off the field, but we didn't execute well enough on those two field goal opportunities. We can talk about how the offense is struggling, but we just have to do our part. We could have held this team scoreless. We lost because we didn't do that. That's the bottom line."'

Marker Texans celebrate winning feeling [9:01 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Texans were excited because they basically strolled into The Ralph with a few players off the junior varsity and walked out with a victory.'

Marker Williams' era sinks to yet another new low point [9:00 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Whatever the explanation, it seems like yet another example of how ill-suited Williams is to be the head coach of an NFL team. We already knew that, of course, but it looks like we're stuck with him for the rest of the year. It'll be a long, cold death march.'

Marker Call me crazy, but everything's coming up roses for this team [8:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'There's a lot of glee to wallow in today. The Bills have gone three straight games without scoring a touchdown. Painful? Embarrassing? Only for those who fail to appreciate the degree of difficulty attached to the feat.'

Marker Cracked leg bone spoils Henry's big game [8:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Despite Williams' optimism, it does look like Henry could be out a while. A concerned Henry left the locker room wearing a temporary cast halfway up his calf and a protective walking boot on his foot.'

Marker Monday billboard [8:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Best sign: "Buddy Was Right!"'

Marker Bills lineman injured in crash on Mile Strip [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Mike Williams suffered minor injuries when his vehicle veered off Mile Strip Road and flipped over while he was driving to the game Sunday, said Orchard Park police.'

Marker Another day of low points [5:17 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'The most telling moment in Sunday’s almost unwatchable Buffalo-Houston game took place not on the field at Ralph Wilson Stadium but off it. With about nine minutes to go in the fourth quarter, with the Bills trailing by just one point and theoretically still in the game, thousands of fans packed up their belongings and headed for the exits.'

Marker A victory would be nice, but we'll settle for a TD [5:16 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Just like last week at Dallas, a 10-6 loss, one touchdown drive would win the game. Just ONE.'

Marker Gutsy Henry stands above the rest [5:15 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Travis Henry deserved better than this.'

Marker Buffalo Bills report card [5:14 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Quarterbacks: Feeling bad that he played poorly only on the road, Drew Bledsoe returned to The Ralph and gave the home fans something to boo. For a third consecutive game, couldn’t produce a touchdown and his sack/fumble with 1:51 left to seal the deal was his third such turnover in as many weeks. Repeatedly checked out of called runs on third-and-short and wound up 1 of 6 passing on such plays. D'

Marker Ralph sick of Bills [5:13 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'In losing to to the second-year Texans, the Bills may have approached a new low.'

Marker Bills' attack fires blanks [5:12 AM]
Toronto Star reports: 'Ralph Wilson Stadium yesterday resembled nothing so much as a bowl of confusion, a weird recipe of missed field goals, untimely penalties, dropped passes, repeated failures to protect the quarterback and questionable play-calling that will keep the radio talk show guys fuming.'

Marker Bills fall hard [5:11 AM]
Erie Times News reports: 'Meanwhile, the rest of the Bills appeared to be in a daze. Afterward, their locker room was reduced to a quiet rubble, with what few players remained milling about but saying little.'

Marker Lindell takes blame [5:10 AM]
Erie Times News reports: '"I certainly didn't do my job," Lindell said. "You add six points to that score and we win. It's frustrating. It's embarrassing. That's my job. That's all I do. I don't work at the grocery store, I kick field goals, and when that doesn't happen it's embarrassing."'

Marker Texans' rejuvenated defense squeezes out fourth victory [5:09 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'The Texans entered Sunday's game ranked at or near the bottom of the league in nearly every defensive category, and while they surrendered 335 total yards to the Bills, they did not allow a touchdown for only the second time in their 26-game history. Pittsburgh didn't get into the end zone in a 24-6 loss to the Texans last season.'

Marker Recipe for success combines ugly ingredients into a treat [5:08 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'It is part true grit and part simple determination that is swept up off the floor and mixed in with the tough gristly pieces to eventually produce something tasty. It is as much attitude as it is aptitude that makes what they have served up so far easy to swallow.'

Marker Two Texans' players show hard work pays off [5:07 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'But big plays in clutch situations by Orr and Faggins, both of whom were promoted from the Texans' practice squad in the last 10 days, played a critical role in the win.'

Marker Johnson invades Bills' space for career-high day [5:06 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'With the Texans trailing 5-0 and 1:22 remaining in the first half, Johnson caught a pass from backup quarterback Tony Banks on a slant route across the middle. Johnson broke loose from the grasp of three Bills at the Buffalo 35 and finished off a 46-yard touchdown catch, the longest of his career.'

Marker Load to Shoulder [5:05 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'Banks, who did not play last season for the first time in his eight-year career, engineered a victory for the second time this season. In his only start, he rallied the Texans for a 14-10 upset of Carolina.'

Marker Morale at all-time low as offense continues landslide [5:04 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'Sunday against the Texans, Bledsoe and the Bills rolled up 335 yards and ran 15 plays inside the Houston 20-yard line. For their efforts, they came away with one successful field goal attempt in three tries, a 12-10 loss and round upon round of questions about 12 quarters and change of unbroken futility.'

Marker Capers benches Coleman, Peek [5:03 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'Capers declined to specify which rule was violated, but sources said the players were suspended for being late to multiple team meetings, including Saturday's. Peek confirmed that he was suspended for tardiness, but Coleman said through a representative that he wouldn't speak publicly about the matter until he had a chance to address it privately with his teammates.'

Marker By the quarters [5:02 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'Travis Henry is stopped for a one-yard loss by Eric Brown near the goal line on third down, forcing the Bills to settle for a field goal.'

Marker Texans Summary [5:01 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'With two safeties recorded Sunday, the Bills have three for the season and are hot on the heels of the NFL record of four held by five teams, most recently the 1999 Titans.'

Marker Inside Look [5:00 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'The bottom line:
The Bills are struggling mightily on offense and were playing without top receiver Eric Moulds, but if the Texans play defensive as aggressively as they did against the Bills, they'll cause problems for a lot of teams. This was the attacking style of defense for which Dom Capers and Vic Fangio are known.'

Marker Grading the Texans [4:59 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'Linebackers: A
Jamie Sharper and Jay Foreman did a good of stuffing Henry in the middle, and the pass rush was better than it has been in any game this season. Four linebackers -- Sharper, Kailee Wong, Charlie Clemons and Shantee Orr -- had sacks. Orr, who was on the practice squad until Sunday, had a debut to remember.'

Marker Score one for the defense [4:58 AM] reports: 'The Texans defeated Buffalo 12-10 at Ralph Wilson Stadium in a game only their mothers, fans and Dom Capers could love. It was a good old-fashioned slugfest that featured more safeties than touchdowns.'

Marker The Bills Keep Sinking Lower And Lower As They Lose To Houston [4:57 AM]

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