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Buffalo Bills News - October 27, 2003

Marker It’s another embarrassing road loss for the Bills [1:05 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'As defensive tackle Sam Adams said, reducing the performance to its simplest level, “You can’t win giving up 38 points ... and you can’t win scoring five.”'

Marker At least kick teams played well for Bills [1:04 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'At intermission, the Chiefs were averaging nearly nine yards a play against the NFL’s third-ranked defense in yards surrendered.'

Marker Priest passes Christian in KC’s all-time TD list [1:03 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'Buffalo’s Pierson Prioleau blocked a punt by Kansas City’s Jason Baker for a safety in the first period. It was the first blocked punt by the Bills since Ken Irvin did it against Detroit in 1997.'

Marker Antoine Winfield Quotes [10:58 AM] reports: '"It's tough. I kind of wish we had a game next week to try to get the taste out of our mouth and get back on the field but we have to wait two weeks until we go to Dallas."'

Marker Takeo Spikes Quotes [10:58 AM] reports: '"We started out pretty good the first two series. I don't have too many answers right now until I look at the film. We gave up a big play in the beginning and after that it seemed like the flood gates just came open. I don't know. We have to look at film."'

Marker Eric Moulds Quotes [10:57 AM] reports: '"I thought we were ready to play. We just didn't make the plays. In ball games you're going to have swings. Things are going to swing their way and things are going to swing our way. They played poised at home and we didn't make enough plays on the road to keep the crowd out of the game."'

Marker Sam Adams Quotes [10:56 AM] reports: '"The effort was there but we didn't get it done execution wise. We didn't execute the way the plays were designed. We gave up too many big plays. Good teams eliminate the big plays and make teams work to get points. We didn't do that and we turned the ball over. We lost that battle."'

Marker Postgame Notes [10:55 AM] reports: 'Bills QB Drew Bledsoe owns an 0-4 record as a starter at Arrowhead, the most starts of any opposing quarterback at Arrowhead without a win.'

Marker Bills skewered in K.C. barbecue [9:06 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I thought we were ready to play," receiver Eric Moulds said. "But we just didn't make plays."'

Marker Bills' defense gets trampled from start [9:05 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Chiefs controlled this game from start to finish with a bewildering number of formations that left the Bills' heads spinning and wondering what hit them.'

Marker Defense fields a porous excuse for an elite unit [9:04 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'It made you pine for the good old days of Chidi Ahanotu and Eddie Robinson.'

Marker Moulds returns in limited role [9:03 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Backup defensive tackle Ron Edwards was held out again because of an injured shoulder. The Bills have said his shoulder problem is not serious, but he has not practiced in a couple of weeks. His absence has hurt the Bills' depth on the interior defensive line, forcing starters Sam Adams and Pat Williams to play extended minutes.'

Marker Monday Billboard [9:02 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'So much for making a powerful statement. This was more of a pathetic whimper.'

Marker Rob Johnson will never understand [9:01 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'That's why McFadden's - and other "Bills bars" in cities around the country - is packed every Sunday. There are people in their 20s, there are people in their 80s. They range from a Bible salesman to Bernie Tolbert, the former FBI guy who now works in NBA security. All are infected with the Buffalo state of mind. They were there Sunday night. The game brings them together. But it's Buffalo that won't let go.'

Marker Chiefs pummel Bills [5:18 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'The Bills head to their much-needed bye week faced with the unenviable task of having to live with this dreadful performance for seven extra days before they get to play another game, and they also head there as a team in disarray.'

Marker Bills produce full reel of bloopers [5:17 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'On another national TV stage, in one of the NFL’s toughest venues for visiting teams, Buffalo had the perfect stage to prove once and for all its worthiness as a playoff contender. Instead, the Bills showed they are anything but.'

Marker Two-minute read [5:16 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Turning point: Kansas City’s defensive stand on the Buffalo series after Pierson Prioleau’s blocked punt, which resulted in a safety. Antonio Brown returned the ensuing free kick 23 yards to the Buffalo 46, setting up an ideal drive start. The Bills managed one first down, but then Drew Bledsoe was sacked on a third-and-eight play, which forced a punt. Four plays later, Hall made his touchdown catch and the rout was on.'

Marker Buffalo Bills report card [5:15 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Coaching: Another road dud for Gregg Williams, who was taken to school by the grandfatherly Dick Vermeil.'

Marker In a rout, there's no doubt about KC's top-dog status [4:49 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'The Bills, meanwhile, wasted great starting field position in the first half. They started each of their seven possessions outside of their 30 but managed only a 20-yard Rian Lindell field goal.'

Marker Chiefs find it’s better to receive [4:48 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: '“We knew that Bledsoe is the type of guy that will turn the ball over if pressured,” lineman Eric Hicks said. “That’s exactly what he did tonight.”'

Marker Hall still gets his kicks [4:46 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: '“Whatever my role is, whether it's returning kicks, playing wide out, I just want to be able to contribute,” Hall said.'

Marker Bills were folded [4:45 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: '“They came with some real exotic blitzes, but we were able to pick them up and give Trent time to get the ball downfield,” offensive tackle John Tait said. “Our receivers like to run double moves and get upfield, so it was our job to let those plays develop.”'

Marker All Holmes cares about is winning [4:44 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'Hall sprinted 67 yards for a touchdown. And it was electrifying. Suddenly, it was Mardi Gras at Arrowhead Stadium. Fans were freaking out. Everybody waved signs.'

Marker Chiefs leave little doubt that they're the NFL's best [4:43 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'Things got so ugly in the second half and Buffalo coach Gregg Williams made so many weird decisions that you could easily make the mistake of thinking Kansas City's dominance was a product of Buffalo's ineptitude.'

Marker Hunt watches in hospital [4:42 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: '“He knew the hospital didn't have a satellite,” said Hunt's son, Clark, “so he had to have the surgery when there were two national games, so he wouldn't miss them.”'

Marker Loud and proud [4:41 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'The Kansas City Star brought a hand-held sound-level meter to Sunday's contest. The opening kickoff sent the needle past 108 decibels at front-row level near one end zone, similar to the volume of a rock concert. Halfway up Section 116, cheers for the Chiefs' first touchdown — a 67-yard pass play to Dante Hall — reached 117 decibels with celebratory music piped in. Fireworks made the meter peak out: 126 decibels.'

Marker Game report [4:40 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'Perhaps Williams meant that Holmes wouldn’t get 50 yards in a quarter.'

Marker The drives [4:39 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'Despite a 23-point lead, the Chiefs kept Green in the game and he took some punishment.'

Marker ESPN crew has a long, but fun, game day in KC [4:38 AM]
Kansas City Star reports: 'On the air, the antics between Theismann and Maguire may seem a bit contrived. “No, we don't plan anything like that,” Theismann said. “It just happens. I don't think of it as bickering. We're just like a couple of guys sitting in a living room or sitting in a bar, and…”.'

Marker Great eight [4:32 AM]
Topeka Capital Journal reports: 'Buffalo's best chance to make a game of it failed when Josh Reed fumbled at the Chiefs 32 on a hit by Mike Maslowski. Dexter McCleon recovered the first of seven Bills turnovers, and his return to the Chiefs 45 set up a 55-yard drive capped by Holmes' second TD, a 13-yard run behind Tony Richardson.'

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