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Buffalo Bills News - December 28, 2003

Marker Rough day for Drew and Co. [7:51 AM]
Metro West Daily News reports: '"I couldn't imagine, especially after the start of the season (wins over New England 31-0 and Jacksonville 38-17), I absolutely couldn't imagine us being in this situation," said Bledsoe. "Yes, it's been a very, very, very tough season."'

Marker Brady is undoubtedly the NFL MVP [7:50 AM]
Metro West Daily News reports: '"People talk about Peyton Manning," says fullback Larry Centers, "but it's not even close."'

Marker The end justifies the means for Pats [7:49 AM]
Metro West Daily News reports: '"Very ironic," said Harrision. Game 1, game 16, same two teams, 62-point turnaround. No irony, just two very different teams over 111 days. "Shows that it's a long season," said Harrison.'

Marker Coaching window open [7:48 AM]
Metro West Daily News reports: 'Tom Donahoe has spoken highly of the Patriots' coaching this season, and thus, could target Crennel or Weis should he fire Gregg Williams.'

Marker Patriots Clinch Home Field [7:48 AM]
Hartford Courant reports: '"It was payback, because they humiliated us in Buffalo," safety Rodney Harrison said. "We let it all loose today. We wanted to go out here and make a statement and prove a point. We wanted to return the favor."'

Marker Brady Lets It Loose [7:47 AM]
Hartford Courant reports: 'Brady threw touchdown passes to four different receivers, and when he connected with David Givens on a 10-yard TD pass with 3:55 left in the first half, Adam Vinatieri's extra point made it 28-0.'

Marker Act Of Revenge Perfectly Designed [7:46 AM]
Hartford Courant reports: 'The Patriots did worse than demolish the Bills. They toyed with them. They picked a score and made it happen. It was the same score the Bills had beaten the Patriots by in the opener. The payback was rich. Remember how everybody was calling for lawyers, guns and money after the Patriots cut Lawyer Milloy and he landed in Buffalo? Well, the only lawyer needed 16 weeks later is one to negotiate the deal on a new Bills coach. Gregg Williams is so g-gone and so is offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride.'

Marker Turning Point [7:45 AM]
Hartford Courant reports: 'The Patriots took the opening kickoff and drove 62 yards in nine plays for a 7-0 lead. Three plays later, Drew Bledsoe's first pass, a rainbow thrown with blitzing linebacker Tedy Bruschi in his face, was intercepted by linebacker Mike Vrabel, who returned it 14 yards to the Bills 34-yard line.'

Marker No-huddle style proves befuddling [7:44 AM]
Springfield Republican reports: '"Offensively, we had some real good execution, especially early in the game," New England coach Bill Belichick said. "Charlie and I talked about the no-huddle and the empty formation going into the game, but we really didn't decide to do it until right at the end of pregame warm-ups."'

Marker They're happy to stay home [7:44 AM]
Springfield Republican reports: '"As high as we are right now, tomorrow we have got to come down," linebacker Tedy Bruschi said. "However many we won in a row, the division title, it doesn't matter, if we lose. The veterans are going to stress that around here starting tomorrow."'

Marker New England kills Bills [7:43 AM]
Woonsocket Call reports: 'Take that, Buffalo.'

Marker Patriots suddenly on the offensive [7:42 AM]
Woonsocket Call reports: 'On Saturday, the Patriots racked up 321 total yards of offense and scored four touchdowns in a 31-0 rout against the Buffalo Bills. And that was against a defense ranked among the top 10 in the league.'

Marker Drew and Lawyer can help us -- really [7:41 AM]
Woonsocket Call reports: 'Be careful what you wish for, you might get it. Lawyer Milloy should know a little bit about that danger.'

Marker Only a ‘real good’ team can beat a ‘dang good’ one [7:41 AM]
Woonsocket Call reports: '"I wouldn’t want to be the team that has to come here," the kicker said following Saturday’s 31-0 win over Buffalo. "The next team that comes in here and wins is going to have to be a real good team in order to beat a dang good team."'

Marker Revenge sweet for Patriots [7:40 AM]
Lowell Sun reports: '"This was probably the best game we've played all season. It was a good time to do it," said Brady after the 14-2 Patriots secured home-field advantage throughout the upcoming AFC playoffs while September's heroes, the Bills, finished at 6-10.'

Marker Belichick: 'Everybody's 0-0 now' [7:39 AM]
Lowell Sun reports: 'Over the Patriots' last six home games heading into the playoffs, the defense has allowed only one touchdown and recorded three shutouts. And home is where the Patriots will be for the AFC playoffs (following an opening-round bye), a fact immediately downplayed by the Patriots yesterday after their rout of the Bills at Gillette Stadium, where New England is 8-0 this season.'

Marker Patriots pay back Bills [7:38 AM]
Attleboro Sun Chronicle reports: 'The Buffalo Bills, victors on Sept. 7 in a game that now seems a million years in the past, proved totally incapable of stopping a winning streak that now stands at 12 games as the race for Super Bowl XXXVIII begins in earnest.'

Marker Reversal of fortune [7:38 AM]
Attleboro Sun Chronicle reports: 'Turnabout was fair play Saturday.'

Marker Good day for Brady [7:37 AM]
Attleboro Sun Chronicle reports: '``Charlie (Weis, offensive coordinator) decided early on that he wanted to come out and try to spread them out, and see if they could cover all our guys,'' he said. ``I don't think many teams put four wide receivers on the field, but we took advantage of that opportunity."'

Marker Patriots master the hurry-up [7:36 AM]
Attleboro Sun Chronicle reports: '``Charlie put together a great game plan and we just went out and executed it,'' noted Brady, who was 15-of-18 for 90 yards and two touchdowns in the first quarter alone. ``We wanted to get ahead, get off to a fast start and put Buffalo in a position they didn't want to be in. We were able to get ahead and get the momentum from the quick start.'''

Marker Shutouts becoming the norm for Patriots' defense [7:35 AM]
Attleboro Sun Chronicle reports: 'Not even Pedro Martinez is as good at pitching shutouts these days as the New England Patriots' defense.'

Marker Bills put end to disappointing season [7:35 AM]
Attleboro Sun Chronicle reports: 'But, man, did things go sour for Drew Bledsoe and the rest of the Bills.'

Marker Local hero [7:34 AM]
Attleboro Sun Chronicle reports: 'Seventy-five military personnel representing the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Massachusetts Army National Guard and Air Guard were recognized by the Patriots' organization for their exemplary service while overseas.'

Marker Oh, sweet revenge [7:33 AM]
Brockton Enterprise reports: '"It was kind of a revenge thing," admitted wide receiver David Givens, whose seven receptions for 80 yards (including a 10-yard touchdown) were team highs. "It's a great feeling to shut them out with the same score they shut us out. It's a weird coincidence, but very fulfilling."'

Marker A merciful end to a merciless year [7:32 AM]
Brockton Enterprise reports: 'Two years ago, the good people of Buffalo gave Drew Bledsoe the key to the city. Two years and zero playoff appearances later, they want it back.'

Marker Wilson believes in QB [7:32 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: '"There's not much blocking. The whole scheme has to be straightened out. I just think we've got better players than we've shown."'

Marker Donahoe says player not suspended [7:31 AM]
AP reports: '''Ruben didn't play in the game for personal reasons,'' Donahoe said. ''We'll have to deal with it when we get back to Buffalo.'''

Marker Pats earn home-field advantage with rout of Buffalo [7:30 AM]
The Sports Network reports: '"There's obviously a rivalry," said Brady. "You get beat 31-0 and they really started the season the way they wanted and we didn't. Now, you look 15 weeks later and I think we've proved we're a different team than that first day."'

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December 27, 2003

Marker Little evidence of tightened security [8:45 PM]
AP reports: 'Two police officers with machine guns were stationed at one entrance, but the New England Patriots refused to say if security procedures had been tightened for their game Saturday.'

Marker Bills Lay Down In New England Ending The Season With 31-0 Loss [8:30 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Very few players showed up and it spelled a 31-0 loss. Ruben Brown got the ball rolling early in the week and was not allowed to play in the game or make the trip by Gregg Williams. All that Williams will say is it's personal reasons. It's a shame the head coach and the organization doesn't feel it owes its fans an explanation on why their eight time Pro Bowler was AWOL.'

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