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Buffalo Bills News - December 3, 2000

Marker Today, Dolphins will make move toward playoffs [7:04 AM]
Miami Herald reports: 'Hoping not to slap the kiss of death onto the Dolphins' doughty mugs, I have to say it. This is their day.'

Marker Cold weather may benefit Dolphins today [7:03 AM]
Miami Herald reports: 'Sure, the Dolphins must overcome Buffalo's frigid weather and frenzied fans, but they come armed with a running game that cares little about wind chill or a 12th man who lines up in the stands.'

Marker Dolphins don't fare well in Buffalo's elements [7:01 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: 'The list sounds like something sent to Santa Claus by the children of this frigid region when Dolphins equipment manager Tony Egues tells what comprised the 5,000 extra pounds of gear taken to today's road game against the Buffalo Bills.'

Marker 9/7/1980: Bills 17, Dolphins 7 [7:00 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: 'No one on the team had ever beaten the Dolphins while with the Bills.'

Marker Williams loving game -- and life [6:58 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: 'Kevin Williams will not be in uniform today for the Dolphins. He might not play next week or the week after that. But that's not the point.'

Marker Miami Dolphins ready for cold [6:57 AM]
Florida Today reports: 'Visiting Buffalo in December used to be the biggest nightmare on the Dolphins' schedule. For a warm weather team from South Florida, it was like trying to play football in Siberia. Not anymore.'

Marker Quite a run for Konrad and Dolphins [6:56 AM]
Boston Globe reports: 'If the playoffs started today, the Dolphins would have a first-round bye because they have a better conference record than the Titans. All of this is no surprise to North Andover's Rob Konrad, who has seen the evolution of the Dolphins from his position as starting fullback.'

Marker Injuries take a toll on defense of the Bills [6:55 AM]
Indianapolis Star reports: 'The Buffalo Bills didn't just lose a game last Sunday. They may have lost all hope of making a serious playoff run.'

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December 2, 2000

Marker Wiley's done his job well [9:37 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'The former Columbia star, who turned 26 on Thursday, has been impressive. His eight sacks top the team and are seventh in the AFC while he paces the Bills in quarterback pressures and is tied for the lead in forced fumbles (three).'

Marker Wannstedt steadies Miami ship [9:10 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I don't think it was as much a slap at the Dolphins as it was a compliment to our division that we were picked so low," said Wannstedt. "But we didn't let that bother us."'

Marker Dierdorf knows Bills so well he feels their pain [9:09 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'They are a lunch bucket, blue-collar, don't have a roster full of Hall of Famers. They are a hard-working, close-knit group. I really respect them for that."'

Marker Greer may be ready for duty after all [9:08 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Cornerback Donovan Greer was able to practice Friday, and coach Wade Phillips said he looked closer to being able to play. He will test his sore ankle before the game. If he can't go, Chris Watson starts again at cornerback, and Daryl Porter becomes the No. 3 corner.'

Marker Hunter's starry night [9:06 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly and his wife, Jill, welcomed more than 1,000 people to the third annual Hunter's Hope Candlelight Ball on Friday night at the Connecticut Street Armory in Buffalo.'

Marker Bills need something special [8:11 AM]
D and C reports: 'The Bills rank dead last in the league in punt returns (4.9 yards per attempt) and kickoff returns (18.3) as returner Chris Watson has been a major bust, and the players around him aren't helping with repeated breakdowns.'

Marker Blevins gets his kicks [8:10 AM]
D and C reports: 'Blevins, 37, knows a thing or two about mental toughness. Born with cerebral palsy, a crippling disease of the central nervous system, Blevins battled self-doubt as well as the skepticism and cruelty of others throughout his youth.'

Marker Buffalo is no place for meek [8:09 AM]
Miami Herald reports: 'The moment the Dolphins turn left onto One Bills Drive, the projectiles will shower their bus. Beer cans, rocks, even dead small animals will strafe the Miami caravan, and that's before Buffalo Bills fans let the Dolphins know how they really feel.'

Marker Third time a charm for defense [8:07 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: 'The Dolphins have allowed only three points in the third quarter this year, the lowest total in the NFL.'

Marker Fiedler, Smith back as starters Sunday [8:06 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: 'Although not healed from injuries, Dolphins quarterback Jay Fiedler and tailback Lamar Smith will return to the starting lineup for Sunday's game at Buffalo.'

Marker If you can't beat 'em (anymore), fly 'em [8:05 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: 'Ritcher works one flight per week for American Airlines -- the Dolphins' charter company -- and he got this assignment by chance.'

Marker Dolphins getting Pro Bowl buzz [8:04 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: 'The last time the Dolphins sent five players to the Pro Bowl was in 1994, but if fan voting is any indication, they could repeat that feat this year.'

Marker Fiedler, Smith to start against Buffalo [8:03 AM]
AP reports: 'Quarterback Jay Fiedler and running back Lamar Smith will return to the Miami Dolphins' starting lineup Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.'

Marker Miami-Bills preview [8:02 AM]
Dolphins Digest reports: 'This week they not only have a chance to maintain a one-game lead on the pack, they can also put a severe dent in Buffalo's playoff hopes with a win.'

December 1, 2000

Marker Computer Wallpaper [10:39 AM]
TBD reports: Spice up your computer desktop with TBD's wallpaper/calendar! The December issue features "The Package"!

Marker Sapp fined for exploit; Middleton not punished [10:20 AM]
Tampa Tribune reports: 'Meanwhile, Tampa Bay right guard Frank Middleton was spared by the league. Bills coach Wade Phillips had the league review the play in the second quarter where Middleton cut blocked Buffalo linebacker Sam Cowart.'

Marker Foreman filling big shoes [9:04 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"Stepping in for a player like Cowart is a challenge," said Foreman, who will make his first NFL start Sunday when the Bills host the Miami Dolphins. "But I'm not Sam Cowart. All I can do is go out and play to the best of my abilities."'

Marker Ends justify the means [7:35 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: 'On a football field, however, Dolphins defensive ends Jason Taylor, 26, and Trace Armstrong, 35, are the same.'

Marker Fiedler, Smith should be ready [7:33 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: '"Jay and Lamar actually went through the practice OK," Wannstedt said. "They both went harder than they did. They both took more plays. We'll see where they're at."'

Marker Dolphins better than expected [7:01 AM]
D and C reports: 'It's not hard to understand while fans and experts alike set the bar low -- about small mammal height -- for the Dolphins this season, labeling them an "also ran" in the rugged AFC East Division. So much for opinions.'

Marker Dallas: Blame J. Jones, not Gailey [7:00 AM]
Miami Herald reports: 'While Dallas sports talk-show callers seem indifferent that former Cowboys coach Chan Gailey is enjoying success as Miami's offensive coordinator, Chicago's callers can't fathom how Wannstedt has become "Winning Wanny" with the Dolphins just two seasons after being swept out of the Windy City for losing 24 of his last 32 games there.'

Marker Five Dolphins may get Pro Bowl berths [6:58 AM]
Miami Herald reports: 'Linebacker Zach Thomas, cornerback Sam Madison, left tackle Richmond Webb, defensive end Jason Taylor and special-teams player Larry Izzo are on their way to gaining berths with the coaches and players voting slated for Dec. 11-12.'

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