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Buffalo Bills News - November 24, 2015

Marker Patriots Beat Bills 20-13 [1:24 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'The loss was costly -- Tyrod Taylor, Sammy Watkins, Charles Clay, John Miller, Marcell Dareus, Mario Williams, and Baccari Rambo were all nicked up or left the game at various points. Although Taylor was able to finish the game, he was clearly in pain, holding his right shoulder/collarbone area. Rex Ryan wasn't able to offer an update on Taylor, saying only he hopes the quarterback is ready for next week's key game at 5-5 Kansas City.'

Marker Bills fall to the undefeated Patriots 20-13 [1:23 AM]
WIVB-TV reports: 'Mistakes proved to be the knife to Buffalo’s back. Several miscommunicated passes stalled out Buffalo drives and a pair of plays with blown coverage by Buffalo’s secondary would allow Patriots to score twice.'

Marker Bills Lose Tough One In New England 20-13 [1:22 AM]
Bills Daily reports: 'Rex Ryan said he had a plan against Brady. Gilmore said they had a plan for Gronkowski. Both were right as they hit Brady early and often while keeping Gronk at bay but as usual the Patriots found a way to win a game at the Razor. The Bills fought hard and had perhaps their best defensive effort of the season but the offense let them down in a big way. The Bills can't wallow with this one, they need to take solace that they gave New England everything they had and use it to gain confidence for what's ahead. Two huge games against teams they are battling with for a playoff spot. If they can win the next two, this loss will be forgotten quickly.'

Marker Solid Defensive Effort Against Brady Wasted [1:21 AM]
Bills Daily reports: 'Rex Ryan had a great gameplan for staying in this game but his decision to punt on 4th and 2 from their 47 with just over 10 minutes to go down by 10. How do you beat New England by doing that?'

Marker Patriots outlast Bills 20-13 [1:20 AM] reports: 'Buffalo knew they needed a near perfect performance against the Patriots in New England to get a valuable AFC conference and division win, but the Bills couldn’t execute consistently in the passing game and had two miscues on special teams. It was enough to help give New England a 20-13 victory over Buffalo.'

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November 23, 2015

Marker Monday's New England Coverage [6:54 AM] reports: Click here

Marker Bills’ defense ready for a chess match against Brady & Co. [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“That’s the biggest thing we need to show – that we’re calm,” Brown said. “We were looking spastic at times running out there and leaving guys wide open. At the goal line, letting them go free. There was stuff we can’t allow to happen. We understand what we have to do. We just have to go out and do it.”'

Marker Brady’s a master at extending his prime [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“And he’s in phenomenal shape. This might be as good a shape as he’s been in. Maybe when you get up in age, you have to be in great shape. But he’s moving well and his accuracy is like crazy.”'

Marker Improved Bills defense won’t be enough second time around [1:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Patriots 30, Bills 16.'

Marker What to watch Monday night: Bills or Sabres? [1:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“For me, I’m a Bills fan first and foremost, so it’s not much of a debate,” said Matt Sabuda, who spearheaded a fan alliance to keep the Bills in Buffalo and now does a weekly Bills analysis on WBFO-FM. “I think in this town, the Bills are king.”'

Marker Bills looking for Monday night magic [1:55 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'For a team that was embarrassed by a Week 2 performance that was not only Shrek-level ugly, but mortifyingly record-breaking in its defensive ineptitude, there really shouldn't be much for the Bills to feel good about when it comes to playing the Patriots. New England has dominated Buffalo for the better part of 15 years the way no NFL team has ever dominated another, the beat downs more commonplace than right wing cracks about Obamacare.'

Marker Can the Bills avoid getting Gronked again? [1:54 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Patriots 31, Bills 17.'

Marker Bills will try to hand Pats their first defeat [1:53 AM]
Batavia Daily News reports: 'And finally with Buffalo, again, like the Jets, made some sexy moves in the offseason, but I’m sorry. Tyrod Taylor does not scare the Patriots off the top of the ladder.'

Marker Embattled Tom Brady flipping off everyone [1:52 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'The only thing that matters to Tom Brady is winning. Winning everything. All 16 regulation games plus those in the postseason. Another Super Bowl. And, in the process, shutting up all those critics in the football world who actually think the amount of air in a football could be more of a difference-maker than his God-given talent and fierce competitiveness.'

Marker Pats need to contain Buffalo QB Taylor [1:51 AM]
Boston Herald reports: '“He’s gashed a lot of teams,” defensive end Chandler Jones said. “I mean, you see him running the ball for a touchdown or big chunk plays, 20-yard gains, and you see him throwing the ball deep. Everyone just has to be sound for the most part, all 11 guys on the field. If they can be in their spots, then we’ll be fine.”''

Marker Rex vexed by unbeaten Patriots [1:39 AM]
AP reports: '"Everybody is chasing the Patriots," he said. "I mean, right now they are undefeated; they are playing great. They've pretty much been playing lights out the last 10 years. ... Obviously, you get tired of it. It is about time for us to go ahead and get some victories."'

Marker McKelvin recalls fumble in Bills' last Monday night meltdown [1:38 AM]
AP reports: '"I still feel the same how I felt then. I won't take nothing back from it," McKelvin said, recalling Buffalo's 2009 season-opening 25-24 loss. "The only thing I can say is what I said then, just hold on to the ball. No matter how many yards I get, just get down."'

Marker Bills-Pats primer [1:37 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Again not counting that 2014 finale, Brady is 24-2 in his career as the Bills chief tormentor. New England has averaged 31 points in those 26 games and Brady has thrown for 61 touchdowns and 19 interceptions. The Bills have held Brady to 20 points or less just two times in the last 21 meetings. On the season, Brady is averaging 340 pass yards a game with 24 TD's and 3 INT's. He's thrown at least 2 TD passes in every game.'

Marker 5 things to watch in Bills - Patriots [1:36 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'Although I expect the Bills to give the Patriots more of a game than they did in the early stages of their Week Two loss to New England, in the end, you just can’t go against Brady and his brilliant dominance this year and through recent history.'

November 22, 2015

Marker Some queries on Pats draw fire from Ryan [1:03 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'And, in fairness, before the current streak — including a 40-32 loss to the Patriots at “The Ralph” in his initial game against them since taking over in Buffalo — he won three of the first five, including a playoff matchup, against Belichick’s team.'

Marker Sunday's New England Coverage [7:32 AM] reports: Click here

Marker Torell Troup – one pick ahead of Gronk [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“If Gronkowski scores more than one touchdown,” Troup said, “I’m probably going to get 10-15 tweets. My mom tells me not to pay it any mind. But it’s hard, man, because of the whole situation.”'

Marker Ryan puts Kyle Williams as “50-50” to return this season [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“I know he’s frustrated,” Ryan said. “He was doing really well. Kind of had a setback, but we’re not sure how much that’s going to set him back.”'

Marker Patriots’ absences provide opening [1:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'If it comes down to it, Tyrod Taylor has to deliver in a shootout. Yes, he is only making his seventh career start in the NFL. No, he has not been given to putting up gaudy passing numbers. Yes, the other quarterback on the field has long had a space for his bronze bust in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But if ever there was a time for Taylor to light it up, this would be it.'

Marker Karlos Williams pays big dividends for Bills [1:56 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Bills cornerback Nickell Robey, who grew up in Polk County, Florida as Williams did, playing his high school ball at Frostproof, knows exactly what Tate is talking about. Williams and Robey collided a few times during their high school days, and Robey said, “He loved safety, coming down and smacking you, covering, getting some picks. He had the same mentality and tenaciousness that he has now, but he was a defensive player.”'

Marker Rex Ryan looking for that one signature win [1:55 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'If Rex Ryan were Superman, the Pats would be his Kryptonite. There is no one who has given him more fits over his career than Pats coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, and no two individuals he would relish beating more.'

Marker No secrets to containing Tyrod Taylor [1:54 AM]
Boston Globe reports: '“You have to be smart,’’ said Jones, who collected three sacks of Taylor in New England’s 40-32 win in Week 2. “You can’t [allow" target="_blank"> rush lanes. Tyrod Taylor is a player that will capitalize if you get out of your spots, so everyone just has to be in their spot and we’ll be fine.’’'

Marker Patriots defense focused on containing Tyrod Taylor [1:53 AM]
Providence Journal reports: '“Just try to contain him as much as possible,” Chung said. “He’s going to have his plays, he’s a good player and he’s going to get out of the pocket every once in a while. But we have to limit the amount of times he gets out of the pocket.”'

Marker Bills' Ryan worried Kyle Williams could miss rest of season [1:52 AM]
AP reports: 'Ryan provided the prognosis following practice Saturday after revealing Williams experienced a setback in his recovery.'

Marker McKelvin back at practice; Incognito questionable [1:51 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Guard Richie Incognito was limited Saturday and is questionable with a shoulder injury, but head coach Rex Ryan said he expects him to play.'

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