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Buffalo Bills News - November 29, 2015

Marker Top 10 reasons Bills-Chiefs is our biggest game yet [1:48 AM] reports: 'The playoffs essentially start now for both teams; this a must-win game. The intensity will be palpable on Sunday, and you could feel it at One Bills Drive already this week.'

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November 28, 2015

Marker Saturday's Kansas City Coverage [3:06 AM] reports: Click here

Marker Bills’ depth on defensive line takes hit [1:39 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“I feel we can be just as productive as the guys who were in front of us,” said Bryant, who has 23 tackles this season. “Obviously it’s a big opportunity for us to show what we can do.”'

Marker Kyle Williams goes on IR, future with team unclear [1:38 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Post-procedure, Williams expects rehab to last "a few months." After enduring back-to-back Achilles' injuries in the past, he said nothing scares him. Of course, the Bills will eventually have a financial decision to make with the 10-year veteran, too. Buffalo could clear $5 million in cap space by releasing Williams, who'll turn 33 years old in June.'

Marker Vic Carucci’s Take Five: Intensity has to be there for Bills [1:37 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Defense must avoid being victimized by the Chiefs’ exceptional screen game. Most opponents are liberal in their use of screens against the Bills because of the attack-oriented nature of their front seven. And they tend to have success with it because they’re able to take advantage of the over-pursuit by linemen and linebackers.'

Marker Tyler Dunne's three thoughts: Rookie corners, Chiefs RB, the deep ball [1:36 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Whether it's Charcandrick West, Spencer Ware or quarterback Alex Smith, the Chiefs have been able to keep defenses off balance.'

Marker Too small? Undrafted Nickell Robey comes up big for Bills [1:35 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '“Robey is what we call a freak, a specimen in Polk County,” Williams said recently. “I remember our coach (Richard Tate) told us it’s gonna be a track meet, so be prepared. We asked, what do you mean? And every time you turn around you see 21 flashing down the sideline on a jet sweep. One game, first play from scrimmage he took one 85 yards for a touchdown and we got to the sideline and it was like, ‘Yeah, it’s gonna be a track meet.’”'

Marker Mario Williams will miss Chiefs game [1:34 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Williams is going to undergo surgery to have his meniscus repaired. He said Friday he has no plans of retiring. "I've got no plans to not play anymore," Williams said. "I think the great thing about this game is you're judged on what you do on the field, and when I'm out there, I feel like I do a pretty good job when I'm out there. I think the thing that's not measured is what you have in (your heart) and in (your head), and I've got plenty of that left to give."'

Marker Bills sputtering offense needs more of real McCoy [1:33 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '“Oh man, me and Coach Reid have a special relationship,’’ McCoy said. “We still text and talk. When I got traded, you know he sent me a text. He had some words for me, encouragement. So it will be something special. He’s a good coach, a good man, and I think that’s cool. But we gotta win and going in there we’ll talk a little bit. But the main concern is beating the Chiefs.’"'

Marker Bills' DT Kyle Williams likely heading to IR but has no plans to retire [1:32 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'Williams, who hasn't played since the Bills' Week 6 game against the Cincinnati Bengals, was holding out hope he would be able to return this season. His knee hasn't responded to treatment the way he or the team hoped, so he's having a procedure to repair the meniscus in his knee and will require a few months of rehab before he can resume football activities.'

Marker Bills' guard Richie Incognito gains more than 10 pounds during Thanksgiving [1:31 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'The Bills' offensive linemen took overeating to a new level.'

Marker NFL reportedly won't allow Transit Drive-In to show Buffalo Bills games [1:30 AM]
Syracuse Post Standard reports: 'The NFL only allows such public showings of games when "no admission fee is charged, the game is shown on a television type commonly used at home, and the establishment is engaged in the business of showing regular and daily sports programming to its patrons."'

Marker Bills DT Williams out for season [1:29 AM]
AP reports: '"It's been tough," Williams said. "It was something that we knew was going to have to be addressed sooner or later, and we kind of hoped against hope that I could get through and that I could respond and I could play with it and wait until after the season."'

Marker Bills DT Williams to undergo knee surgery [1:28 AM]
The Sports Xchange reports: '"Looking at it, we at some point, it needed to be done," Williams told reporters. "We just hoped that it could be something that we could put off and I could get through the year and help our team through treatment and hoping that it would respond. How likely that was or not, I don't know, but [we" target="_blank"> tried to exhaust all options and cling to as much hope as we can."'

Marker Kyle Williams already planning comeback from season-ending surgery [1:27 AM]
ESPN reports: '"Looking at it, we at some point, it needed to be done," Williams said. "We just hoped that it could be something that we could put off and I could get through the year and help our team through treatment and hoping that it would respond. How likely that was or not, I don't know, but [we" target="_blank"> tried to exhaust all options and cling to as much hope as we can."'

Marker NFL player serves up Thanksgiving meal [1:26 AM]
WPMT-TV reports: '"Any free time we get, any way possible we can help out, we always do. It just means a lot. This is where I come from. (It's) something positive and you do it from the bottom of your heart," said McCoy.'

Marker Kyle Williams' season over; Mario out Sunday (full injury report) [1:25 AM]
WGR-AM reports: '“I think when you’re away from it, when you’re pulled out from it, you realize how much you miss it, how much you want to be with your teammates, all those things when you’re playing," Williams said. "I’ve got no plans to not play anymore.” Williams is scheduled to make $7 million dollars next season. He initially hurt his knee in week six against the Cincinnati Bengals and hasn't played since.'

Marker 5 Bills practice notes from Nov. 27 Joe Buscag [1:24 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'The next and most obvious question is pretty simple: Kyle Williams will be 33 years old to start next season, so have we seen the last of him in a Bills uniform?'

Marker Kyle Williams' season ends with knee surgery [1:23 AM] reports: '“I don’t believe he’s going to be able to help us the rest of this year,” said a disappointed Ryan. “It’s unfortunate because I know nobody has tried to get out here more than he has. It just hasn’t responded.”'

Marker Scouting Report - Week 12 - Bills-Chiefs [1:22 AM] reports: 'The Bills can run the football against almost any defensive front and be productive, but there has to be a greater balance between the production they get from each part of their attack. More yards through the air will be necessary to penetrate a very stingy Kansas City defense.'

November 27, 2015

Marker Friday's Kansas City Coverage [2:23 AM] reports: Click here

Marker Carrington looks like next man up on Bills’ defensive line [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“I like him, because he’s a versatile guy,” Ryan said of Carrington. “He can play inside, he can play outside. He can do a lot of different things. He’s a good player.”'

Marker Five things to know about Kansas City Chiefs [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'They’ve hit the soft part of their schedule. The Bills come into Sunday’s game with a 5-5 record – making them the only team remaining on the Chiefs’ schedule with a record of at least .500. After Buffalo, Kansas City has games against Oakland (4-6), San Diego (2-8), Baltimore (3-7), Cleveland and the Raiders again. Four of those six games will be played at Arrowhead Stadium, where the Chiefs enjoy one of the best home-field advantages in the NFL.'

Marker Bills defense on long-awaited upswing [1:57 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '“I get it, that is what everybody assumed,” Ryan said when asked about his blitz-happy nature. “Look, I assumed it, too, that we were going to be further along. But there are times when you’re trying to understand your players, understand fully what they can do and things like that. I don’t know if you necessarily get it all wrapped up initially through training camp.”'

Marker Bills' Mario Williams likely to miss game against Chiefs [1:56 AM]
AP reports: 'Though coach Rex Ryan wouldn't formally rule out Williams, he said the possibility doesn't appear realistic. Ryan didn't reveal the exact nature of the injury but noted he doesn't expect Williams to miss more than one game.'

Marker Top rookie CBs Darby, Peters on display Sunday in KC [1:55 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Rookie cornerbacks Ronald Darby of the Bills and Marcus Peters of the Chiefs are both having terrific seasons. Each will be given serious consideration for the league’s Defensive Rookie of the Year.'

Marker Tyrod throws, Williams does not practice [1:54 AM]
WKBW-TV reports: 'Hughes is the lone healthy defensive lineman for the Bills. Marcell Dareus injured his knee against the Patriots and was limited in practice. He should be able to play on Sunday.'

Marker Chiefs Game Preview [1:53 AM]
Bills Daily reports: 'Bills 17, Chiefs 13.'

November 26, 2015

Marker Thursday's Kansas City Coverage [6:45 AM] reports: Click here

Marker Bills-Chiefs game basically a playoff warmup [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Chiefs are, as Ryan pointed out, “hot,” having won four games in a row. They’ve beaten the Bills in each of the last two seasons at Ralph Wilson Stadium. This time, they have the additional advantage of playing at Arrowhead Stadium, among the loudest venues in the NFL.'

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