Bledsoe picks apart secondary [5:02 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: '"A team comes into your stadium and runs a no-huddle offense out of the shotgun, they shouldn't be able to do that," Taylor said.'
Happy homecoming for coach, McGahee [5:01 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: '"It was strictly a business trip," Mularkey said, "but it felt good to come home and win. It was a total shootout, a real street fight, and I don't think anyone expected it to be that high scoring. Our guys were sucking air a little because of the heat, but I liked the way they responded."'
Long pass to Evans puts Bills up for good [5:00 AM]
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports: '"When the ball left my hand, I thought I had overthrown it. Lee turned on the jets and got it." -- Bills quarterback Drew Bledsoe.'
Bills score 21 points off INTs [4:59 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: 'So many things will be lost in the shuffle. That Miami allowed a 104-yard kickoff return to start the game. That the Dolphins racked up a season-high 403 yards. That Jason Taylor had a remarkable strip and fumble recovery of Bills running back Willis McGahee.'
Evans gives Buffalo new option [4:58 AM]
Palm Beach Post reports: '"They were trying to take Eric Moulds out of the game with a lot of their coverages, plain and simple," Buffalo coach Mike Mularkey said. "Lee made the plays when they were called for him."'
Bills pick off Dolphins [4:57 AM]
Florida Today reports: '"We were in the game until the end," fullback Rob Konrad said. "I mean, if we only have four or five turnovers, we probably win the football game. That's probably the most disappointing part of it all."'
Bledsoe's big plays take out Dolphins [4:56 AM]
Florida Today reports: '"It's a tough day for us," Knight said. "But any time you give Drew Bledsoe time like that, hey, you know just as well as me -- he picks people apart. We got a little pressure on him a couple of times, and a couple other times we didn't and he made us pay. If you give him time, he's probably the best of all time."'
Pick, pick, pick, pick, pick [4:55 AM]
Vero Beach Press Journal reports: '"Anytime you give Drew Bledsoe time to throw, he's going to pick you apart," Dolphins strong safety Sammy Knight said. "We got a little pressure on him a couple of times, but a couple of times we didn't, and he made us pay."'
Monday's Miami Coverage [4:23 AM]
Dolphins tank in loss to Bills (Miami Herald)
Stealing McGahee's glory at least for day (Miami Herald)
The pass coverage that wasn't vs. Bills (Miami Herald)
Feeley can't avoid wrong end zone (Miami Herald)
A.J.'s day: hero-hot to zero-cold (Miami Herald)
Building trust in Bates (Miami Herald)
Boston could face four-game suspension for steroids (Miami Herald)
Ailing tackle toughs it out (Miami Herald)
Keys to the game (Miami Herald)
Strategy corner (Miami Herald)
Grading the Dolphins (Miami Herald)
Photo Gallery (Miami Herald)
Dolphins fall to 2-10 with 42-32 loss to Bills (Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)
Bledsoe picks apart secondary (Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)
Happy homecoming for coach, McGahee (Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)
McMichael rips offense over being ignored in loss (Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)
Education of Feeley is no cakewalk (Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)
Lighting the way for sane Sundays (Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)
Long pass to Evans puts Bills up for good (Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)
Unhappy returns (Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)
Report: Boston faces steroid suspension (Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)
Photo Gallery (Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)
Bills score 21 points off INTs (Palm Beach Post)
Evans gives Buffalo new option (Palm Beach Post)
This kind of loss makes you miss Ricky Williams (Palm Beach Post)
Secondary becomes a primary problem (Palm Beach Post)
Feeley's days as starter numbered (Palm Beach Post)
Report: Boston facing steroids suspension (Palm Beach Post)
Bills pick off Dolphins (Florida Today)
Bledsoe's big plays take out Dolphins (Florida Today)
Boston could face steroid suspension (Florida Today)
Konrad gets a carry, at last (Florida Today)
Pick, pick, pick, pick, pick (Vero Beach Press Journal)
Within Dolphins' defeat, small victory for Monds (Vero Beach Press Journal)
Turnovers sink Dolphins in loss to Bills (Orlando Sentinel)
Dolphins Postgame Quotes (MiamiDolphins.com)
Bills Postgame Quotes (MiamiDolphins.com)
Postgame Notes (MiamiDolphins.com)
Photo Album (MiamiDolphins.com)
Turnovers Play Key Role in Victory [6:46 PM]
BuffaloBills.com reports: '"It was a huge emphasis in this game," Head Coach Mike Mularkey said of creating turnovers. "In the last eight years, this game has been decided, other than one, by the turnover ratio. We have stressed it, the defense responded…and they took advantage of it."'
Postgame Notes [6:41 PM]
MiamiDolphins.com reports: 'With Bills WR Lee Evans catching four passes for 110 yards today, it snapped the Dolphins’ string of not having allowed an individual 100-yard receiver in 21 straight games.'
Bills Win Up And Down Game [6:40 PM]
BillsDaily.com reports: There were many ups and downs in the 42-32 win over Miami. The offense had some struggles with penalties and sacks but overcame them for four touchdowns. The Defense gave up three first quarter touchdowns but forced six turnovers and scored a touchdown. Special teams scored a touchdown and had a takeaway but gave up some good returns and had some penalties. Here are our position by position grades:
Dolphins Postgame Quotes [6:39 PM]
MiamiDolphins.com reports: Jim Bates (on Buffalo scoring on the opening kickoff): "Well, we got down there, coming from the backside, nobody showed up. They hit a crease and it was out the gate. It was a lapse in coverage and it’s something we’ve been doing a great job of. And they have a great return team – I think they had four touchdowns on returns coming into the game. We knew that. But we’ve also been great on kick cover teams. It was a total breakdown. Anytime they can go that long on a kickoff return, it isn’t one or two guys, it’s a lot of guys."'
Bills Postgame Quotes [6:38 PM]
MiamiDolphins.com reports: WR Lee Evans: '“(Eric Moulds and) I seem to compliment each other as the season goes on.”'
Lucky 7's For Bills In 42-32 Win [6:26 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Rookie Lee Evans had his third straight noteworthy game. Evans caught four balls for 119 yards and two touchdowns.'
Bills Win Wild Affair 42-32 [6:24 PM]
BillsDaily.com reports: This game between the Bills and Dolphins was so wild it was reminiscent of the games from the 90s. Drew Bledsoe did his Jim Kelly imitation throwing for four touchdowns while the defense overcame some early woes to force six of the Dolphins seven turnovers leading to the Bills 42-32 win in Miami.
Buffalo 42, Miami 32 [4:32 PM]
AP reports: 'The Bills (6-6) have scored 117 points in the past three games, all wins, and they're in playoff contention despite an 0-4 start. They completed a season sweep of the Dolphins (2-10), who fell to 0-8 against AFC opponents.'
Buffalo 42, Miami 32 [4:31 PM]
Sportsticker reports: 'Pat Williams, a 317-pound defensive tackle, put the finishing touches on Buffalo's victory by returning A.J. Feeley's interception 20 yards for a touchdown with 2:10 remaining.'
Buffalo 42, Miami 32 [4:30 PM]
The Sports Network reports: 'A.J. Feeley threw for 303 yards and three touchdowns on 25-of-51 passing, but he was intercepted five times and the Dolphins also lost a pair of fumbles.'
Bills have the advantage, must make it pay off [4:29 PM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Bills climb to .500 mark and keep playoff hopes alive with 23-10 victory.'
Bills looking to run over Dolphins [8:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills are the sixth runningest team in the league, moving via the ground on 49.5 percent of their plays. Only five teams are running the ball a greater percentage of the time, an impressive figure considering the Bills have a losing record. (The 10-1 Pittsburgh Steelers lead the league at 61.7 percent.)'
Rookie Evans gives the Bills offense a helping hand [8:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"My hands are my strong point and I take a great amount of pride in catching with my hands. A lot of times, you can't use your body. You've got to be dependent on your hands. Over the years, I've developed confidence in them, and I'm not afraid to use them."'
Condition: Critical [8:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'As a whole, Buffalo's defensive backs constitute the smallest position on the roster. They average 5-11 1/2 and 193 pounds. That's 3 1/2 inches and 42 pounds smaller than kicker Rian Lindell.'
Bills kindle memories of '60s teams [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Like the current team, the '63 Bills rallied, winning five of their next six. Visions of playoffs danced in their heads. But then they lost to San Diego and lost a critical game to - another drum roll, please - the Patriots.'
Paying off big time [5:03 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"He's really having a good year," said quarterback Drew Bledsoe, whose health and well-being is tied directly to the performance of the 6-foot-6, 365-pound Williams. "He's playing at a very high level. He's playing at a high enough level that you almost don't even notice him."'
Miami familiar turf for McGahee [5:02 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"You know, it's cool," McGahee said of his homecoming. "They've been watching me play all my life so it won't be different. They're all happy for me and I appreciate that and I want to go out there and give my best for them. My whole family will be (at the game). Basically, everybody in Miami."'
Q&A: Angelo Crowell [5:01 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'What's your favorite brand of music and who has control of the stereo in this locker room? "Rap. And in this locker room, the veterans pick. I don't have any say yet."'
Bills hope to keep Dolphins floundering [5:00 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'You’ll wait a long time before a Buffalo Bills’ fan feels sorry for the Miami Dolphins.'
Homecoming win on minds of McGahee, Mularkey [4:59 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“I know we’ve got to win the rest of our games to have it even be a consideration,” said Bills’ quarterback Drew Bledsoe of any post-season scenarios. “ If we don’t win this week, we’ll be on the outside looking in for sure.”'
McGahee churns hope for Bills [4:58 AM]
Toronto Star reports: 'One of the exercises reportedly involved McGahee single-handedly towing a 4x4 truck up and down the street. Merely carrying a team on his back must seem easy by comparison.'
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