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Buffalo Bills News - October 17, 2016

Marker Jerry Sullivan's Hot Read: Rex & the Bills take care of business [1:42 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'But the early results are certainly persuasive. On Sunday, in a windy stadium, the Bills scored 30 or more points for the third time in four with Lynn calling the shots, four of the last five overall. For the second week in a row, Lynn put together a run-heavy game plan to compensate for a weakened receiving corps and it worked to near-perfection.'

Marker Bucky Gleason's Hot Read: Bills stick to the script with blowout win [1:41 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'If that happens, LeSean McCoy likely will be the one carrying the offense. He was terrific again Sunday while gaining 140 yards rushing and scoring three touchdowns. He has gained 470 yards rushing during the winning streak, including 290 yards on the ground in his last two games. The Bills abused the Niners for 312 yards on the grounds, their highest total since they ran for 315 on Nov. 22, 1992, against Atlanta.'

Marker Fourth quarter analysis: Bills put away 49ers as EJ Manuel relieves Tyrod Taylor [1:40 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Rex Ryan took Tyrod Taylor out of the game on the next drive and let EJ Manuel take over with 9:05 remaining. His first drive went for a touchdown on a 44-yard run from Mike Gillislee went 44 yards.'

Marker Third quarter analysis: Bills' passing game comes alive [1:39 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills defense got a great push on a fourth-and-1 play in the third quarter and stopped Mike Davis for no gain. A host of defenders, led by Preston Brown, made the stop, which led to Hunter’s touchdown.'

Marker Big wins from Bills and Sabres give Buffalo sports fans a rare day [1:38 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'For the last time the Bills and Sabres each scored that many points on the same day, you have to go all the way back to Nov. 23, 1975, per an analysis of data on the Pro Football Reference and Hockey Reference websites.'

Marker Bills take care of business, blow out woeful 49ers 45-16 [1:37 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'However, maybe this Buffalo team isn’t like most of those teams of the past 16 years, the teams that would have found a way to lose to such an inferior opponent.'

Marker McCoy runs all over 49ers, former coach [1:36 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Buffalo could not have found a more tailor-made opponent on this fine fall day had they shopped at JoS.A.Bank. In fact, if San Francisco was a suit ,the Bills would be on the cover of GQ.'

Marker Buffalo Bills run 49ers into the ground [1:35 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'When a team controls the clock for 35 minutes and scores on seven of 13 possessions while pitching a shutout in the second half on defense, the possibility of an upset is out the question.'

Marker Bills 45, 49ers 16: Quarter by quarter recap [1:34 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'The Bills put the game away with a three-touchdown eruption in a span of 5:13.'

Marker Report card [1:33 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'The only thing that keeps the plus off this A is the passing game, which continues to look like a high school attack in terms of its viability. Other than that, a superb all-around performance by the Bills in every phase. They had a lousy team in their building, and though it took awhile to get a firm grip on the game, they ended up beating the heck out of Colin Kaepernick and his 49ers.'

Marker Rex Ryan, Buffalo Bills players got brief scare when LeSean McCoy went down against 49ers [1:32 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: '"I'd rather not say," Ryan said when asked what was going through his head when McCoy went down. "I mean, I think I had the same concerns and everything else that every single Buffalo Bills fan had and everybody that lives here in Western New York. So obviously we had to hold our breath, but he's tough and he bounced back."'

Marker Buffalo Bills lead NFL in point differential after 45-16 win over San Francisco [1:31 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'During their four game winning streak, Buffalo's point differential is +71 after outscoring the Cardinals, Patriots, Rams and 49ers 124-53.'

Marker 49ers 'embarrassed' by Buffalo Bills running for 312 yards in blowout win [1:30 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: '"Yeah, I'd have to call it that," 49ers linebacker Michael Wilhoite said. "I mean, to be honest, I would think so, yeah. I would say that. As a man, that is embarrassing and I think everybody in here would feel that way and I think everybody in here does feel that way."'

Marker Transcript: Colin Kaepernick reflects on how he was treated by Buffalo Bills fans [1:29 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'If they did, they don't have very good aim. [Laughter" target="_blank"> I had some Bills fans come up before the game to say they support me so I think it all depends on who the person is. But at the end of the day, I'm going to continue to fight for what I'm fighting for.'

Marker What Buffalo Bills were saying about LeSean McCoy's monster day against 49ers [1:28 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: '"Oh man, I call him the modern day Barry Sanders," defensive tackle Corbin Bryant said. "He's a top five back in the league, hands down. He's a great back. He has great vision, great speed. He's everything you want in a back. I was amazed."'

Marker Shutting down Colin Kaepernick, 49ers 'no challenge' for Buffalo Bills [1:27 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: '"I didn't care who was playing," linebacker Preston Brown said. "If they had anybody playing, we had our attention. This is the NFL. You have to go out there each and every week, prepare each the same, go out there and play the game. It was fun playing against Kaepernick with all of the stuff he had going right now, wanted to see what he could do. Definitely a guy you kind of root for, so you see how it's doing."'

Marker Bills fans greet Colin Kaepernick with hateful T-shirts, support and U-S-A chant [1:26 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Inside the stadium, Kaepernick took the field to plenty of fanfare. The 49ers fans in attendance got inside the stadium early and took pictures with the quarterback. He got the usual boos with the rest of his teammates when the 49ers were introduced closer to kickoff. As the teams got ready for the national anthem, Bills fans booed the quarterback one more time and started a "U-S-A" chant. Some in the stands attempted to sing along with the anthem, but the scene was tame otherwise. Just another game day.'

Marker Colin Kaepernick arrives for start against Buffalo Bills in Muhammad Ali shirt [1:25 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Kaepernick's shirt on Sunday featured the late Muhammad Ali, a man known for standing up for what he believed was right. Although beloved later in life, there was a time where Ali also faced criticism for fighting for civil rights and refusing to serve in the army during Vietnam.'

Marker Bills run wild on 49ers en route to 45-16 win [1:24 AM]
Batavia Daily News reports: '“We lined up to play this week. We put absolutely everything into winning this one, not thinking about anything else on the horizon,” Ryan said.'

Marker Tyrod Taylor post game following win vs. 49ers [1:23 AM]
Batavia Daily News reports: '“We haven’t played a perfect game yet by any means, but guys have gone out there and made plays,” Taylor said.'

Marker Bills’ rushing attack too much for 49ers Sunday [1:22 AM]
Dunkirk Observer reports: '"And another thing, it's the guys up front," McCoy added of his offensive line. "I mean, they're really getting their blocks. They're hitting every time. There's not a favorite left or right, they're all blocking together. That's a lot of credit to the guys up front and they're making my job easy just to go one-on-one with defenders. That's not that hard, so that's the reason I think I'm playing like this. And also, I've been working hard and as a player you read things sometimes. You see things and you know, it drives you. I think that, the hard work and the guys up front, that's it, simply."'

Marker Buffalo Bills Week 6 Report Card [1:21 AM]
Auburn Citizen reports: 'Lorenzo Alexander registered his league-leading eighth sack of the season. He forced a fumble on the play and the Bills nearly recovered the ball. Alexander has recorded a sack in each of the Bills' six games this season.'

Marker Taunts, protests and support greet Kaepernick in Buffalo [1:20 AM]
Wellsville Daily Reporter reports: '"That’s huge. I think it’s something that, once again, people are realizing this is a real issue that affects many people," said Kaepernick of the support. "It is something that has to be addressed. Until us as people recognize and address that some of us have privilege, some of us don’t. Some of us are able to do certain things without consequences and others of us can’t.'

Marker After Bills smash 49ers, Colin Kaepernick explains why protests will continue [1:19 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: '“I don’t understand what’s un-American about fighting for liberty and justice for everybody, for the equality that this country says it stands for. To me, I see it as very patriotic and American to uphold the United States to the standards that it says it lives by. That’s something that needs to be addressed.”'

Marker Colin Kaepernick focuses on both football and activism [1:18 AM]
Toronto Star reports: 'When Kaepernick lined up for the 49ers first series, Buffalo fans showered him with jeers, but in subsequent possessions the booing subsided. And despite the politically fraught backdrop, the game settled into familiar rhythms.'

Marker Bills’ LeSean McCoy runs over 49ers [1:17 AM]
San Francisco Chronicle reports: '“When he gets the ball, he knows what to do with it,” quarterback Tyrod Taylor said. “There’s only one or two guys — maybe just him — that could do that in the NFL.”'

Marker Colin Kaepernick Starts for 49ers, but Dividends Are Few Against Bills [1:16 AM]
New York Times reports: 'It looks very much as though this 49ers season will be remembered primarily for Kaepernick’s protests. The team is now 1-5.'

Marker Tailgating Bills fans greet Colin Kaepernick with anti-QB shirts, chants, piñata [1:15 AM]
New York Daily News reports: 'A group of Bills fans walking through the lot chanted calls for justice and held up Black Lives Matter signs. A plane also reportedly flew a sign over the stadium that called the QB “courageous."'

Marker Bills fans play ‘tackle the Muslim’ upon Kaepernick’s arrival [1:14 AM]
New York Post reports: 'One fan screamed, “Your parents don’t even like you” — a possible reference to his birth mother disagreeing with his stance.'

Marker Colin Kaepernick comments on Bills fans, says anthem protests are ‘very patriotic’ [1:13 AM]
Washington Post reports: '“I don’t understand what’s un-American about fighting for liberty and justice for everybody, for the equality this country says it stands for,” Kaepernick told reporters. “To me, I see it as very patriotic and American to uphold the United States to the standards that it says it lives by.”'

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