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Buffalo Bills News - October 14, 2014

Marker Bills' Mike Williams gets permission to seek trade [1:51 AM]
AP reports: '"We like Mike Williams, we expect him back and we expect big things from him," Whaley said. "But like anybody, if he gets me compensation worthy of a No. 1 wide receiver, which he claimed he is, then we would entertain it."'

Marker Spiller gets 12 snaps: Bills' playtime percentages vs. Pats [1:50 AM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Running back C.J. Spiller got a season-low 12 snaps on offense. He has been largely inefficient in 2014 with only a 3.4 yards per carry average, and the Bills seem to be getting frustrated by his penchant to bounce runs outside. Fred Jackson (52) received over four times the amount of snaps of what Spiller was given.'

Marker Mike Williams seeks trade from Bills, GM Whaley comments [1:49 AM]
WGR-AM reports: '“The agent called me and asked if they could have permission to talk to other teams. I said we like Mike Williams, we expect him back and we expect big things from him,” Whaley remarked. “But like anybody, if he gets me compensation worthy of a No. 1 wide receiver which he claimed he is, then we would entertain it.”'

Marker Doug Whaley: We're not actively shopping Mike Williams [1:48 AM] reports: '“Hadley Engelhard called me asking for (the ability to seek compensation for a trade),” Whaley said. “No team has contacted us and we have not contacted any teams. I want to stress this to everybody. We are not seeking to trade Mike Williams. We are not actively shopping anybody on this team.”'

Marker 10 fast facts from the Bills-Patriots game [1:47 AM] reports: '-RB Fred Jackson recorded a one-yard touchdown run against the Patriots. He now ranks tied for fourth in Bills history with 29 career rushing touchdowns (Wray Carlton). He sits tied for seventh in Bills history with 36 overall touchdowns (Joe Cribbs).'

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October 13, 2014

Marker Pegulas get rousing welcome [11:21 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'The phrase describing the Pegulas ownership is "One Buffalo," which was spelled out in a card stunt before kickoff.'

Marker Pegula remains uneasy with role of savior [11:20 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“If you want to worship somebody, go to church on Sunday,” he said of the adulation he’s received over the two purchases. “Its sometimes a little bit uncomfortable to me that people try to make me something different than what I am. I’m just like everybody else in this room, so that’s been something that sometimes it’s hard to overcome. I’m a private person.”'

Marker Buffalo Bills have closed gap on New England Patriots, but Week 6 loss feeds narrative [10:15 AM]
Syracuse Post-Standard reports: '"You do get sick of hearing it. It's all the time. Patriots this, Patriots that," running back C.J. Spiller said. "They put their pants on just like we do, but the thing about them is they execute and they take advantage of the mistakes that we made today. But we're not going to make them out to have super powers or anything like that."'

Marker Patriots have last word against turnover-prone Bills [1:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'You can change the names of the owners, but whether it’s Terry and Kim Pegula in their third day in charge or Wilson’s 54 years at the helm, the script for Bills versus Patriots pretty much stays the same.'

Marker Pats’ defensive ends throw up obstacles to running game [1:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'New England limited the Bills to just 68 yards on 23 carries – an average of 3.0 yards per rush. C.J. Spiller had a particularly tough day, with just 19 yards on six carries, while Fred Jackson was held to 26 yards on 10 attempts. The Bills even gave third running back Anthony Dixon seven carries, on which he produced 23 yards.'

Marker Bills’ defense, Orton outclassed by unsinkable Brady [1:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Oh, and he punctured the idea that the Bills have some elite, dominant defense. Once again, when people desperately needed the Buffalo “D” to live up to its reputation as a top unit, it wasn’t up to the challenge.'

Marker Gronk brings a grin to Brady’s face [1:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Actually, there was a sense that Brady loved simply being around Gronkowski with his youthful exuberance and energy. Gronkowski, more than any other player on the Patriots’ roster, breathes life into a successful but stodgy organization with a boring coach who gives the impression he sucked the fun out of football.'

Marker Chandler ends long drought for Bills tight ends [1:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Exactly zero Bills tight ends have cracked the century mark since Pete Metzelaars in September 1992, a staggering factoid.'

Marker Matchup winners [1:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills’ middle linebacker played a strong game, making eight tackles and helping Buffalo hold New England to just 50 yards rushing. New England averaged a paltry 1.9 a carry. Contrast that to last year’s two games against the Pats, when the Bills allowed a combined 425 rushing yards and 5.5 a carry. Spikes was on the field for 40 of 68 snaps, by unofficial count (which included two interference penalty plays). That’s 59 percent. He had averaged 51 percent of the snaps the first five weeks.'

Marker Bills blanked in reaching pregame goals [1:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Orton had an interception and a fumble as part of the Bills’ three first-half turnovers that led to 13 points.'

Marker Post-pattern throw to Tyms was a dagger [1:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Early in the third quarter, Brady put a dagger in the Bills with a 43-yard touchdown pass to second-year receiver Brian Tyms. It was a first-and-10 play. Perfect time for play action. Stephon Gilmore was close, but the coverage needed to be great, because the pass was perfect.'

Marker Quarterly Report [1:51 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Why was Bills cornerback Stephon Gilmore playing off coverage with 6 seconds left in the half? That allowed Brady to complete a 7-yard pass to Edelman that set up a 53-yard field goal by Stephen Gostkowski on the final play of the quarter.'

Marker Run game stalls, pass defense is porous [1:50 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz honored his rotation and kept top defensive ends Mario Williams and Jerry Hughes on the sideline with 5:58 left in a one-score game.'

Marker Five Things to Know About the Vikings [1:49 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The adversity is adding up. The child abuse case facing running back Adrian Peterson – and the team’s reaction to it – has been an embarrassment for both the franchise and the NFL.'

Marker For Bills fans, good vibe survives opening loss under Pegulas’ ownership [1:48 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The roar from the crowd was so loud they could probably hear it in Toronto, Los Angeles and every other city that covets an NFL franchise. It also signaled relief from years of suspense over what would happen to the team after the death of Ralph C. Wilson Jr., the only owner the Bills had until now.'

Marker Goo Goo Dolls’ Rzeznik performs emotionally loaded ‘Star Spangled Banner’ at the Ralph [1:47 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Choosing Rzeznik to tackle the National Anthem was a master stroke on the part of the Bills, for no other public figure so ably encapsulates our Buffalonian love of “working-class-hero-makes-good” stories. Rzeznik came from tough circumstances, and he and Goos mate Robby Takac faced an uphill battle in their quest for national stardom. People like Rzeznik are not supposed to make it to the big time, just as the Sabres and Bills are never supposed to take top honors in their respective leagues and Buffalo is never going to shed its status as an economic train-wreck.'

Marker Buffalo Bills sacked by New England Patriots [1:46 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'The Bills can look at the Patriots and think anything they want, but as it was proven once again Sunday, nothing has changed in this one-sided rivalry. They still can't play with them, still can't get to their level, still can't beat them.'

Marker Same old, same old for Bills [1:45 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Buffalo has a few constants, too: Its coaches can't beat Belichick, its quarterbacks can't carry Brady's travel bag full of terrific hair care products, and its players collectively have an uncanny knack for not answering the door when opportunity knocks.'

Marker Three ... and Out [1:44 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Orton is the Bills' starter. He's better than Manuel right now, but he wasn't up to a shootout with Brady. He threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns, but he also threw a brutal pick, and at least three of the five sacks he suffered were on him for not getting rid of the ball.'

Marker Terry Pegula ushers in new era for Buffalo Bills [1:43 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"I must say that there aren't many times in life that I'm happy with being second at anything, but to follow up Ralph Wilson, I'll accept that," Terry Pegula said, addressing the crowd. "I know you guys love us. You've shown that. I've heard it, witnessed it. But you need take all that heart and emotion and give it to your football team today!"'

Marker Report card [1:42 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'There was no joy in Pegulaville. All the pre-game hype, Terry Pegula's speech, the card stunt in the crowd, that was all great. And then the game started, and it was just a case of the same old, same old against the Patriots. The better team won, as usual. Some things never change.'

Marker A missed opportunity for the Bills [1:41 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'But the doubts about Brady persisted ... until Sunday afternoon at Ralph Wilson Stadium.'

Marker Patriots once again able to handle the Bills [1:40 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'What could possibly go wrong for Buffalo with all of those seeming edges? Well, how about the same thing that always seems to happen?'

Marker Bills lose 37-22 in debut of Pegulas as new owners [1:39 AM]
Syracuse Post-Standard reports: 'The Patriots capitalized on all three Buffalo turnovers in the second quarter.'

Marker Penalties continue to be an issue for Buffalo Bills in loss to New England Patriots [1:38 AM]
Syracuse Post-Standard reports: '"They had nine for 60, we had eight for 107," Bills coach Doug Marrone said after the game. "Untimely penalties and things like that, it’s tough. When penalties lead to scores for the opponent, it’s difficult. When penalties take away scores or take away great field goal range, it hurts. It’s difficult. We’ll look at them. ... I saw the plays. It was clear as day. We all saw them. We’ll turn them in and go about the normal protocol without me getting myself fined or saying anything publicly about it."'

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