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Buffalo Bills News - November 24, 2015

Marker Bills 'D' got to Tom Brady, now must wreak havoc vs. the non-Bradys [8:38 PM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Alex Smith (Kansas City), Brian Hoyer (Houston), Sam Bradford or Mark Sanchez (Philadelphia), Kirk Cousins (Washington) and Ryan Fitzpatrick (New York) are all on tap with one All-Pro, Dallas' Tony Romo, along the way.'

Marker Report: Officials had three indefensible errors in Bills/Patriots game [8:37 PM]
Buffalo News reports: 'On Tuesday, a source from the NFL Referees Association cited three indefensible errors in the game to the Boston Globe's Ben Volin --- the inadvertent whistle that prevented a possible touchdown pass to Danny Amendola, a James White touchdown run that should've been whistled dead and the final play of the game. Buffalo's Sammy Watkins rolled out of bounds with two seconds left but officials mistakenly let the clock run out.'

Marker Rex: QB Tyrod Taylor should be able to play at KC [8:36 PM]
Buffalo News reports: 'There was no press conference held on Tuesday at One Bills Drive, but Rex Ryan did speak to WGR 550 and the Bills coach said that he expects quarterback Tyrod Taylor to play at Kansas City this week. Taylor suffered an apparent shoulder injury in the fourth quarter of Buffalo's 20-13 loss to New England but should be good to go for this critical AFC match-up.'

Marker Upon Further Review: Bills blew a great chance [8:35 PM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Rarely do you get a chance like this against New England, yet when the final whistle blew on another blown call by an official - Sammy Watkins not being ruled out of bounds with two seconds to go - the scoreboard told another frustrating, heartbreaking story for the Bills. They fought and they scrapped, but they still weren’t good enough to beat the Belichicks and you get the feeling that they may never be as long as the curmudgeonly one is prowling the Patriots sideline.'

Marker Buffalo Bills sack hunger with blitz of turkeys [8:34 PM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'This Thanksgiving and through the holiday season, 1,000 families in the Buffalo area will sit down to a warm meal thanks to the Bills' kindness, generosity and belief that it’s their responsibility to give back to a community that gives so much to them.'

Marker Buffalo Bills make Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski look human [8:33 PM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Pro Football Focus credited the Bills with 15 quarterback hurries on Brady Monday night. Hughes had six of those, including one hit. He was in the backfield constantly and is looking well worth the contract the Bills handed him this offseason.'

Marker Mike Tirico calls out NFL's 'screwed up' officiating on ESPN's broadcast of Bill [8:32 PM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'ESPN's Mike Tirico, a Syracuse grad, was pretty blunt as he signed off on the broadcast of the game last night and seems fed up with the NFL's officiating.'

Marker Buffalo Bills QB hurts shoulder, clouding status for Week 12 [8:31 PM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Taylor wasn't made available to the media after the game, and Ryan isn't sure what his status will be for the Bills' pivotal game against the Chiefs next week. "I have no idea," Ryan said. "I hope he's ready."'

Marker NFL calls interference on Transit Drive-in [8:30 PM]
Lockport Union Sun & Journal reports: 'According to the letter, out-of-home broadcasts of NFL games are prohibited unless no admission fee is charged, the game is shown on a television commonly used at home and the establishment is engaged in the business of showing regular and daily sports programming to its patrons.'

Marker Bills coach Ryan expects QB Taylor to play at Kansas City [8:29 PM]
AP reports: 'Ryan said it was too early to tell if defensive end Mario Williams can play because of a foot injury. And the coach ruled out starting right guard John Miller (high left ankle sprain) and backup receiver Marcus Easley (concussion).'

Marker Bills-Patriots Arrow Up/Arrow Down [8:28 PM]
WGR-AM reports: '"Like always, we have come up short many times, being here where you think you've got them [the Patriots" target="_blank"> on the ropes. But at the end of the day, they find ways to win. And that's what championship teams do. We're not at that level right now, but I can promise you one thing, we're gonna work our tails off to get there."'

Marker McCoy turns in another 100-plus yard performance [8:27 PM] reports: '“I didn’t play up to my standards,” he said. “There were certain plays that I should’ve made out there. And I’m only speaking about myself. I’m not speaking for anybody else. But next week we’ll get back to the drawing board, do the right things. [I’ll" target="_blank"> take care of my body and get ready to go.”'

Marker Rex Ryan expecting QB Tyrod Taylor to play Sunday [8:26 PM] reports: '"Tyrod I expect him to be able to play," said Ryan Tuesday afternoon. "It's a right shoulder injury, but I don't know all the particulars. We'll see how things go as the week progresses, but I think he'll be ready to roll (Sunday)."'

Marker Bills applying short term memory with Chiefs on deck [8:25 PM] reports: '“We went out there and we did our best,” said DT Corbin Bryant of the Monday night loss in New England. “We didn’t come out with the end result, but when you look at where we’re at in the race, we’re still there. We can’t let this one game just bury us and let our season just slide out of the window. We’re going to get ready for Kansas City and put this one right behind us.”'

Marker Once again, a tough loss to the Patriots [4:45 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“We dropped a touchdown, we missed a field goal and give them a touchdown … we’ve got to make a tackle there … that really hurt us,” Ryan lamented of that fateful stretch late in the first half. “We’re a better football team, but we weren’t good enough. We aren’t quite there.'

Marker 'Quarterback purgatory', revisited [1:48 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'And, as it pains me to point out, in critical situations at the ends of each half, he didn't at all show a passing level of urgency or understanding of how to manage the clock.

Marker 7 observations from Bills - Patriots [1:30 PM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'Furthermore, one of the most concerning things about Taylor at the moment is the inability to read the entire field. He’ll lock on to his first read — two tops — and never veer from it, even if there is a receiver running open on that play.'

Marker Loss drops Bills out of wild-card spot [1:28 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'With the defeat, the Bills dropped out of the second wild-card playoff spot in the AFC. At 5-5, they’re tied with the Colts, Texans, Jets and Chiefs. However, Indianapolis and Houston are better in the conference (4-3 to the Bills 5-4) — whichever one doesn’t win the AFC South — the Jets are (4-4, but have lost to Buffalo) and Kansas City is better than all three (4-2) and would be the No. 2 wild card after Pittsburgh.'

Marker Tuesday's New England Coverage [7:25 AM] reports: Click here

Marker Bills’ offense can’t capitalize on opportunities [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“That’s an outstanding football team we played; they proved it again tonight,” Rex Ryan said of his team’s 20-13 loss against the 10-0 Patriots. “The difference is they made some big plays … We knew we’re a better football team” than the earlier meeting, “but we just weren’t good enough. We’re not quite there.”'

Marker Bills' Gilmore: 'We knew every route' [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"We knew what they were going to do," Gilmore said. "We knew every route. We knew everything but there were one or two plays that you wish you could have back. I don't think they would have scored, but you can't have those one or two plays against New England."'

Marker Defense puts heat on Brady; Taylor falls short [1:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills tied the score in the third quarter, yet it didn’t feel like Brady or the Patriots were in any kind of trouble.'

Marker Defense redeems itself, but the offense fails [1:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'But of course, this was the Bills, who over the years have turned losing to the Pats into an art form. They gave it their best effort, but it takes more than a noble effort to beat the Pats at home, where they haven’t lost a regular-season conference home game that mattered in seven years.'

Marker Taylor underwhelming in New England [1:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'With each pass that fell 2 or 3 yards shy of a receiver, somewhere high above General Manager Doug Whaley had to wonder if this truly is his long-term answer at quarterback.'

Marker Referee Gene Steratore on the wayward whistle, Watkins' final catch [1:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'There were missed calls, odd calls and a dose of controversy when an inadvertent whistle negated what could've been a New England Patriots touchdown. Instead, the officials ruled it a 14-yard gain and penalized Rex Ryan 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct.'

Marker Mystery of why the Bills can’t solve Brady continues [1:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills’ defense blitzed Brady on only five pass plays all game Monday night, by unofficial count. He only hurt the Bills on two of them. But that was enough to engineer a 20-13 victory.'

Marker Amendola, White take over nicely for Pats [1:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'And that was exactly what the Bills unleashed on Tom Brady. Although they sacked him only once, they did hit him 10 times – very hard on multiple occasions (Brady got up very slowly after one of the hits) – and generally made him feel uncomfortable and frustrated with the lack of protection from his banged-up offensive line that often seemed overmatched.'

Marker Patriots-Bills Matchup Winners [1:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Thurman and the defensive coaches seemed to confuse Brady in the first half by rushing three men and dropping eight into coverage on six plays. Brady was just 2 of 6 for 14 yards on those rushes. Yes, Brady did beat the blitz for the key 41-yard gainer to Danny Amendola. But the Bills knocked Brady down 15 times, including one sack. As usual against the Bills, it was all on Brady’s shoulders. Only this time it was harder for him because he didn’t have injured receiver Julian Edelman. New England passed 40 times and rushed 22. In the first meeting they passed 59 times and ran 15.'

Marker Fourth-down analysis: Patriots 20, Bills 13 [1:50 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'That moment came for Ryan on a fourth-and-2 play from the Bills’ 47-yard line with 10:12 remaining in the fourth quarter, with his team trailing, 20-10 to the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football. Ryan elected to punt.'

Marker Tyler Dunne’s Report Card: Patriots keep McCoy in check [1:49 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Give Rex Ryan credit for his game plan. He had Brady frustrated in the first half. Cameras caught the quarterback shouting on the sideline and the third-down heat was making him uneasy. Players appear to be more comfortable in Ryan’s scheme. But that decision to punt on fourth and 2 at midfield in the fourth quarter? Odd.'

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