Rogers bad-mouths the efforts of special teams [8:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Regarding Rogers' comments, Polk said, "To each his own."'
Quarterbacks employ language all their own [8:52 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"If it's a pass, we're pointing at the two players we think are going to be the most likely to blitz. It could be a linebacker, a safety, a cornerback. We're just pointing out which two guys could be coming and would make us adjust on the route."'
Can Bills put brakes on Williams? [5:15 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '“With the personnel we have up front now, we’d like to feel he won’t be able to do that to us this year,” Prioleau said after practice on Wednesday. “He’s a good back and he came out ready to play that day. You have to credit him for those runs, breaking into the secondary. But we have to make him earn all his yards this time.”'
Bills' impressive 2-0 start doesn't mean great finish [5:14 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Here are the 13 Buffalo teams that started 2-0, their combined margins of victory in the first two games, their season-opening winning streaks and how they finished those seasons...'.
Antoine is Bills' ‘Mighty Mouse' [5:13 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'Now in his fifth season with Buffalo after being the club’s first-round draft choice out of Ohio State in 1999, Winfield has forged a reputation as one of the hardest hitters, pound for pound, in the NFL.'
Moulds denies he spit on Dolphin [5:12 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'The Dolphins defensive backs did not speak with Miami reporters after Wednesday’s practice, but Chester was more than happy to speak for them. “I hope he spits on me, please,” Chester said. “That’s not cool. To disrespect a man like that, that’s not cool at all. I couldn’t let a man spit on me and be satisfied with it and I know Patrick isn’t satisfied with it.”'
Moulds set to fry Fish [5:10 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: '"I've been fired up ever since I heard those guys feel they are better than us."'
Bills-Dolphins yapping [5:10 AM]
Toronto Star reports: 'In his last four meetings with Miami, Moulds has averaged 122 receiving yards and a touchdown. "I know exactly when they're playing man and when they're playing double-team," he boldly stated.'
Fiedler throws caution to wind [5:09 AM]
Miami Herald reports: '''I guess it's just something in me that doesn't care what people think of me,'' Fiedler said. ``I just go out there and get a job done. It's a daily process of coming in and focusing on the game ahead, the next challenge.'''
Rogers hopes to 'gash' ex-teammates [5:08 AM]
Miami Herald reports: 'Dolphins returner Charlie Rogers said he ''packed light'' when he went from Seattle to Buffalo last season because it was clear he wouldn't play for the Bills very long.'
Marion likely will start against Bills [5:07 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: 'With Marion out, cornerback Jamar Fletcher and safety Arturo Freeman saw action in the Dolphins' dime package at practice. Wannstedt said he hasn't decided whether Fletcher or Freeman would serve as dime cornerback against the Bills.'
Williams’ ability to spot any hole, anywhere, keeps blockers guessing [5:06 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: 'Wannstedt said Williams could have had more than the 125 yards he rushed for against the Jets if the backside of a few plays were blocked differently.'
NFL has little room for loyalty [5:05 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: '"If I hadn't seen Drew go through his ordeal in New England, I would have been shocked," Milloy said Wednesday of his Buffalo teammate. "But seeing Drew go through his situation, you learn there is no loyalty in this league. Loyalty is only good for the amount of your contract that is guaranteed, which is truly the signing bonus. As soon as your number escalates with the salary cap, the player is expendable. "No matter who it is."'
Rogers hoping Bills regret letting him go [5:04 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: 'Rogers said he could have re-signed with the Bills for the veteran's minimum ($530,000) but thought he deserved a raise. The Bills disagreed after he had career-low averages in punt returns (5.3 yards) and kickoff returns (20.0). "I definitely want them to think, 'Well, we should have paid the guy,' " Rogers said.'
Milloy fits bill for Buffalo on defense [5:03 AM]
Florida Today reports: '"I've been spoiled throughout the years of having some great safeties play for me for an awful long time. He's in that category of player. He's very credible because he's done it for so long. He's very instinctive. And he does a great job of walking the walk before he ever speaks up. He's very valuable to our team right now in a young area of our defense."'
This Lawyer is paying off for the Bills [5:02 AM]
Naples Daily News reports: '"There's no loyalty in this league," he said. "It's only good for the amount of your contract that is guaranteed, which is truly the signing bonus. And then as soon as your number escalates with the salary cap, the player is expendable no matter who he is. That's just the really unfortunate part of this business."'
Bills can be champions in new decade [5:01 AM]
Pitt News reports: 'After some serious thought, I will go with the Bills over the Chiefs in the AFC Title game. My opinion will probably change several times over the course of the season, but these two teams appear to be the most dominant at this time.'
Nit-picking the Bills [8:42 PM]
WGRZ-TV reports: 'The Jags, for example, sold out to stop the Bills running game, and it cost them dearly because they simply couldn’t put enough pressure on Drew Bledsoe even in 3rd and long situations. But near the goal line, they had to play both the run and pass equally, or honestly in other words, and the Bills o-line gave the hard running Henry just enough room.'
Buffalo (2-0) at Miami (1-1) [8:41 PM]
AP reports: 'Bledsoe believes the team's improved defense also helps the offense perform better. ``Last year, you're like, 'I don't know if we're going to stop these guys, so we've got to put up as many points as we can,''' he said. ``This year, we're able to utilize the whole playbook, and because of that teams have to play us more honestly.'''
Kick returner Rogers hoping for big game against former team [8:40 PM]
AP reports: '''There is definitely going to be some motivation,'' Rogers said. ''I'm friends with a lot of the guys and coaches with the Bills, but they didn't offer me a contract I would have liked to have had. I'm going to try to make them pay for that.'''
Moulds fired up by Dolphins' accusations [8:39 PM]
AP reports: '''I've been fired up ever since I heard those guys felt that they were better than us,'' Moulds said referring to offseason talk. ''And we feel like we've worked hard this offseason to get to a certain point. We'll see what happens Sunday. I'm going to do my talking there and then we'll see what happens.'''
Campbell Sets the Tone [8:38 PM]
RNews.com reports: '"I'm still feeling it today," Campbell said following practice on Wednesday. "If you're going to get hit, you might as well catch it."'
Bills Coach Gregg Williams Previews Miami [8:37 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"We are blessed here to have several good corners that actually play physical. Nate Clements is very physical as a corner. Terrance McGee, Kevin Thomas all those guys are stepping up and playing very physical. I think that's a credit to the coaching staff on how they want our guys to play. But again, corners have got to want to make those hits too. Those guys know the pride of the defense. I think Antoine has set the stage for that, set the bar, and all those corners are scrambling to be like him on that respect of how physical they are."'
Don't crown Bills AFC East or Super Bowl champs just yet [8:36 PM]
Pro Football Weekly reports: 'The Bills certainly have the edge and have control of their destiny now, having a lead in the division like this. But can a young team with a handful of potential and potential question marks keep up its strong play over the entire season? I'm not so sure about that, especially in this league of parity, when you simply never know what might happen any given week.'
Loud and Clear [1:15 PM]
ESPN reports: 'Buffalo's coaches justified the pick by saying that McGahee was the best athlete available. Henry said he understood. But he didn't. Still doesn't. So as he sits at Friday's nibbling on fish and chips, he knows this might be his last season as a Bill. "I'm a franchise back," Henry says. "I don't see myself giving my carries to Willis. Na-uh. We can't both be here. Something's gotta happen. Either they trade me or trade him." And what kills Henry is that inside, he knows it'll probably be him.'
Bills Alumni Spotlight: Steve Tasker [10:50 AM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"I see it both as the fact that we went to four straight and it was very cool and it was very unique and historic. But I also feel like we never got done what we really wanted to get done," Tasker said. "That was the ultimate goal. We never really got that achieved although in trying to get there, we went four times in a row and all of a sudden that was kind of special too."'
Dolphins' Marion claims Moulds spit on Surtain [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"You know what the guy did," Marion said. "I'm not going to cheap shot him because of it. I'm going to play football straight up. . . . The fact of the matter is, what he did, you can't respect anybody like that."'
Reed distancing himself from drop zone [8:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"One thing I've learned is that you need a short memory in this league," Reed said. "Stuff like that is going to happen. The guy that stands apart from the rest is the guy who bounces back the next week. You're not going to be on top of your game every time. You can't let things like that bring you down."'
The spat that won't go away [5:15 AM]
Miami Herald reports: 'Last season, cornerback Patrick Surtain said Moulds spit in his face, and that led to a costly personal foul against Surtain in the Dolphins' 38-21 loss. ''I lost all respect for him,'' Dolphins safety Brock Marion said of Moulds. ``What more can I say? If I spit on you, aren't you going to lose all respect for me? He's still a good player, but that's not called for in this game.'''
Conservative? No, bad form [5:14 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: 'You can argue that the Dolphins should actively try to score on every possession, considering the nutsy, modern NFL, and maybe they should. You can use the phrase "lacking killer instinct" interchangeably with "conservative" if you must. But this team's missing killer instinct manifests itself more in execution -- on offense and defense -- and in attitude more than conservative play-calling, at least if Sunday is a guide.'
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