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Buffalo Bills News - December 16, 2014

Marker Bills to activate Spiller this week [1:46 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'To make room for Spiller on the roster, the Bills will need to either release someone or place an ailing player on injured reserve. Some candidates for release would likely include kickoff specialist Jordan Gay, fullback Frank Summers, wide receiver Deonte Thompson or to place tight end Chris Gragg on IR.'

Marker Bills top picks from 2012 heading in different directions [1:45 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Two years into the careers of cornerback Stephon Gilmore and left tackle Cordy Glenn, the top two picks of the Buffalo Bills in the 2012 NFL Draft, one seemed to be a bit more ahead of the other. An injury set Gilmore back which led to an average season, while Glenn had become a quality force for the Bills at left tackle.'

Marker C.J. Spiller to be activated off injured reserve [1:44 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '“He’s cleared so I’m looking forward to seeing how he practices during the week,” said Marrone, who confirmed he’ll be placed back on the roster this week.'

Marker 11 fast facts from the Bills win over the Packers [1:43 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: 'Buffalo closed Sunday’s game with Mario Williams sack and forced fumble to secure its 21-13 lead. The team continues to lead the NFL with 49 sacks and the total is also tied for the third-highest in team history (49 in 1995).'

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December 15, 2014

Marker After 15 years, Buffalo Bills are two wins and a bit of luck removed from making NFL playoffs [10:31 AM]
Syracuse Post-Standard reports: 'And, so … yes. The Bills, who are 96-142 since that Nashville nightmare, could finish with double-digit victories for the first time in these past 15 years. And if they do, and if the gods are kind, that would mean they'd qualify for the playoffs all this time later.'

Marker Bills knock off Packers, earning a win of historic proportions [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Their defense is generating national discussion for its championship-level dominance and extraordinary depth. Doug Marrone’s presumably murky future could very well have been settled. With an 8-6 record, two games better than his first season in 2013, a legitimate case can be made that he assured himself of a third year as the team’s head coach.'

Marker Rodgers endures worst game of his career [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“It was frustrating,” Rodgers said. “They did a good job on defense, kind of slowed us down a little bit. We had some opportunities and didn’t execute very well on them.”'

Marker Stop mighty Rodgers? DBs had it covered [1:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“The secondary made a lot of plays,” said Graham, who blamed himself on the play when Jordy Nelson dropped a certain TD pass. “We’ve got a good group. Guys go out there, ball out and lay their head on the line. No matter who we go against, we compete.”'

Marker Marrone has earned his keep with Bills [1:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Nobody would have blamed Marrone for cracking a smile afterward, but he looked the same way Sunday as he did after a Week Three loss to San Diego. Still, he knew this was a big one. His players certainly did. They understood what he had been through this season with his uncertain future hanging over the franchise.'

Marker Rambo catches on fast with two interceptions [1:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '“When Duke went down, he was ready to go,” Bills cornerback Stephon Gilmore said of Rambo. “I could see it in his eyes on the sideline. I could just see the confidence.”'

Marker ‘D’ makes Rodgers look ordinary [1:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'And although Rodgers wasn’t helped by his own surprising incompetence and multiple drops by his receivers, Buffalo’s defense can take a large chunk of credit for making the top candidate for league MVP look like he had no business on an NFL field.'

Marker Report Card [1:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Doug Marrone might have saved his job Sunday. The Bills have improved from last year by at least two wins and will avoid a losing record for the first time in 11 seasons. The fact that they beat an elite opponent significantly enhances the victory’s luster. That offense, though …'

Marker Bills could play in Raiders’ final home game in Oakland [1:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Last week NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport tweeted the possibility of the Raiders moving to Los Angeles next season is “very legitimate,” while CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reported Sunday that it’s well known inside NFL circles that both the Raiders and Rams would like to relocate.'

Marker Bills fan arrested in attempt to steal back of seat [1:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The man attempted to take the back of a seat he had unbolted from a row in the upper stands, said Sheriff’s spokesman Scott Zylka. The seat was No. 13 in the row – unlucky for the fan, who was spotted by deputies and charged with criminal mischief, Zylka said.'

Marker Bills upset Packers 21-13, keep playoff hopes alive [1:50 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Third-string safety Bacarri Rambo, forced into action by injuries, was among many defensive stars with both interceptions of Rodgers.'

Marker Bills had history on their side [1:49 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Hans and Franz may have pumped Rodgers up for those funny State Farm commercials, but it was the Bills’ defense that took the air out of his MVP campaign and made him look like … well, like Kyle Orton.'

Marker Three ... and out [1:48 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Rodgers is having the best season of any quarterback in the NFL, but he never looked comfortable, never seemed to be in sync with his receivers, and much of that had to do with the Bills’ play. This wasn’t luck. Well, outside of that dropped Jordy Nelson pass that would have been a touchdown. The Bills’ defense outplayed the best offense in the NFL, and they did it despite getting absolutely zero help from its own inept offense.'

Marker Report card [1:47 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'The offense was horrible, gaining just 253 yards and scoring no TDs, but when you beat one of the best teams in the league, all bets are off. The defense and special teams more than made up for Orton’s lousy performance and delivered one of the biggest wins in recent memory.'

Marker Bills’ defense stifles Green Bay to stay in playoff hunt [1:46 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'And, behind Buffalo’s inspired ‘D’ Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, arguably the NFL’s best this season, had his worst game as a pro.'

Marker Thigpen and Rambo pay back the Bills [1:45 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“Then, during practices, we saw someone who was really athletic and can be physical. He looked like he could do a lot of things. We talked about him and said, ‘Hey, we don’t want to lose this kid ... we think he can play.’”'

Marker Buffalo stay perfect against Packers and NFC North [1:44 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'Incredibly, the Bills are 6-0 against Green Bay at “The Ralph” and 8-4 overall.'

Marker Bills-Packers results and recap: Buffalo earns stunning win, keeps playoff hopes alive [1:43 AM]
Syracuse Post-Standard reports: 'Rodgers finished 17 of 42 for 185 yards and two interceptions. It was an unlikely meltdown for Rodgers and the offense that entered the game on a tremendous roll. Rodgers had been picked off just three times this season, and none since throwing two in Green Bay's last loss, 44-23 at New Orleans on Oct. 26.'

Marker Buffalo Bills shut down Aaron Rodgers, and 5 observations from win over Green Bay Packers [1:42 AM]
Syracuse Post-Standard reports: 'The Bills again had a tough time staying out of trouble. They were penalized 10 times a week after taking 11 penalties against the Broncos. This time, the penalties didn't come back to bite them, but it's still something Buffalo needs to get cleaned up.'

Marker Jerry Hughes says Buffalo Bills defense was 'average' in win over Aaron Rodgers, Packers [1:41 AM]
Syracuse Post-Standard reports: '"We had a lot of miscommunications out there. There was a couple of times where there were some guys open. We missed a lot of tackles, they had a lot of rushing yards. That's something that's very uncharacteristic of our front four. We haven't given up that many rushing yards, especially at home. We go, we break film and just try to learn from that and get better."'

Marker Boobie Dixon says Buffalo Bills were playing for Terry Pegula, Doug Marrone [1:40 AM]
Syracuse Post-Standard reports: '"It was just a big happy feeling," Dixon said. "Terry, he believes in us. He tells us that all the time, every time we see him. I was just happy and everybody, it was one big party. It was just my way of saying thank you and we appreciate him. We fighting for him, the whole (city) of Buffalo, and we just have to keep it going."'

Marker What Doug Marrone, Buffalo Bills players were saying about shutting down Aaron Rodgers [1:39 AM]
Syracuse Post-Standard reports: '"We were expecting to shut them down. We went up against a Hall of Famer last week, why couldn't we do it again this week? Aaron Rodgers is a great quarterback, the best quarterback in the league right now. I knew as long as we had a great communication in the back end and held our guys for an extended period of time I feel like we had this game won.'

Marker Bills playoff scenarios: Buffalo still alive in AFC race after upset win over Green Bay [1:38 AM]
Syracuse Post-Standard reports: 'The Bills will need to win their next two games — at Oakland and at New England — and they also need three teams (Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Kansas City and San Diego) to not finish with 10 wins. Buffalo doesn't hold tiebreakers with many other teams in the playoff picture, so for the next few weeks, Bills fans will have to do a lot of scoreboard watching.'

Marker Unlikely duo leads Bills’ win over Packers [1:37 AM]
Dunkirk Observer reports: '"Everybody in this locker room believes in ourselves, and we made plays in every different phase of the game," Bills' running back Fred Jackson said. "That was what we needed to do to get a win, as long as you keep believing in yourselves and believing in the guys in the locker room, there's nothing you can't accomplish.'

Marker Starks staying steady in Green Bay [1:36 AM]
Niagara Gazette reports: 'Starks played in front of a local audience for the first time since the final home game of his junior season at the University at Buffalo. Shoulder surgery would prevent Starks from playing his senior season at UB, though he graduated as the Bulls' all-time leading rusher, a record since broken by San Diego Chargers rookie Branden Oliver.'

Marker Buffalo Bills Report Card [1:35 AM]
Canandaigua Daily Messenger reports: 'The Bills came up with an excellent defensive game plan, holding one of the NFL's top offenses to 13 points. The offense continued to struggle; however, the problem is the quarterback, not the playcalling.'

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