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Buffalo Bills News - December 13, 2004

Marker Browns’ Robiskie: ‘It was men against boys’ [11:53 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'How bad was it for McCown? His 25.4 QB rating was lower than Bills’ punter Brian Moorman (39.6), who threw an incompletion at the end of the first half on a muffed snap for a field goal try.'

Marker Vincent’s return fuels a record-setting day for ‘D’ [11:52 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“You’ve got a young quarterback that’s in there and you have to disrupt him a little bit,” he said. “When you’re that young and don’t have the experience knowing where guys are and you’re on the run, it’s not as easy as if you’re a guy who’s been getting a lot of snaps back there. We wanted to be in front of his face as much as we could and it was effective."'

Marker Tailspin reaches seven in Buffalo [11:49 AM]
Warren Tribune Chronicle reports: '"We had a lot of young guys out there (on the line)," Robiskie said. "With them, they have Sam Adams in the game, London Fletcher in the game, Takeo Spikes and Jeff Posey with their group. I got a sense on our sideline that it was too big for us. We were trying running plays, and we couldn't block them, and on passing plays we couldn't block them."'

Marker Bills ride defense to fourth straight win [11:48 AM]
Warren Tribune Chronicle reports: 'The on-site parking lots opened at 8 a.m., and were filled with several hundred tailgaters within minutes. . . . The most unusual item on sale at the concession stands was a "venison dog," which cost 50 cents more than a "kielbasa dog."'

Marker Bills keep rolling [9:24 AM]
Wellsville Daily Reporter reports: '"When you've got two guys that are two feet from each other that the combined weight is almost 800,000 pounds then you're not going to have a lot of time," said McCown of Adams and Pat Williams. "Those guys, a lot of times you can't just block those guys with one lineman. It takes two or three guys to block those two guys and that frees up a linebacker to come on a blitz and then we can't pick him up. They had a great scheme for us."'

Marker That's a wrap! [8:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"It's about points and attitude," Bills veteran Troy Vincent said of the winning streak. "When you score points, you start believing in yourself, believing in what the coaches are preaching, and you give yourself a great chance to win."'

Marker Browns bothered by big beating [8:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"You usually don't see that a whole lot," Browns tackle Ross Verba said of the Bills' defensive display. "They pretty much just do whatever they want."'

Marker Vincent passes on-the-job training with flying colors [8:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"For his first game back and for as long as he's been out, to play free safety out of the blue and make the plays that he did was outstanding on his part," said Bills coach Mike Mularkey. "Not just his play, but him on the field is a big factor for our defense."'

Marker 'D' solidifies standing as foundation of franchise [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"It was a point of emphasis this week," said Milloy, "not to fall into that trap, not to get involved in what people were saying about the playoffs. We were 6-6. We're far away from the playoffs. We all did a good job of keeping ourselves humble and preparing for a team we viewed as a threat. We told ourselves, "Don't let them get started. Let's keep them down. Let them play for next year and let's keep our year alive.' "'

Marker Game plans get buoyed by a bit of Tom's foolery [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I think coach Clements is really doing a good job of putting a steady stream of plays together, and then he comes with something special," Greer said. "The way that he balances out the things that we do really does a good job with timing and catching the defense off guard."'

Marker Uneven offense able to pile it on [8:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'It was the Bills' fourth consecutive game with at least 37 points. They have 154 points in the last four games.'

Marker Bills host a smackdown [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: Player of the game: Bills linebacker Takeo Spikes recorded seven tackles, one sack and two forced fumbles.

Marker Grading the Bills [8:53 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Run defense (A+): It looked like the Bills were playing with 15 versus the Browns' 11. D-line and linebackers were Tasmanian devils.'

Marker The whole 17 yards [5:43 AM]
Cleveland Plain Dealer reports: '"Ultimately, there was a point it was men against boys, to be honest," Robiskie said. "I thought the speed of the game, the tempo, the environment, the crowd, the weather, the noise - all of it was too big for a couple kids, and one was Luke. I thought all of it rattled Luke early, and I don't think he ever recovered."'

Marker Bills' defense a recipe for Browns' disaster [5:42 AM]
Cleveland Plain Dealer reports: '"We were doing some new pressures, fire zones and blitzes that we hadn't shown before," said Fletcher. "Really, once we were having success with blitzing, Jerry [Gray, defensive coordinator] just stayed with it and we were able to create all kinds of pressure on their quarterback."'

Marker Lip fattened, QB flattened in Buffalo stampede [5:41 AM]
Cleveland Plain Dealer reports: 'McCown admitted he'll have nightmares of 335-pound tackle Sam Adams falling on him, as Adams did several times Sunday, including twice on sacks. "The first time he fell on my head I got up and was kind of dizzy," McCown said. "Sam knows my brother from Texas A&M. I tried to tell him that Randy said hello, and I don't think I could spit it out because my head was turning like that."'

Marker A no show in Buffalo [5:10 AM]
Lorain Morning Journal reports: 'The Browns turned the ball over five times and totaled a meager 17 net yards of offense, and even that is deceiving because they gained 19 yards on their last two possessions while the Bills backups played.'

Marker Browns set record with 17 yards of net offense against Bills [5:10 AM]
Akron Beacon Journal reports: '``They blitzed and they rattled Luke. He got nervous, they shook him up early, and I don't think he recovered from it.'''

Marker McCown survives Buffalo blitz [5:10 AM]
Akron Beacon Journal reports: 'Making his second NFL start, McCown discovered what it was like to have a 350-pound beer keg fall on him. Only this one had two legs, two arms and a head bigger than a microwave -- and goes by the name of Sam Adams.'

Marker Futile offense spoils defensive effort [5:10 AM]
Canton Repository reports: '“At halftime, I told the guys the defense was playing their hearts out,” interim Head Coach Terry Robiskie said. “Offensively, not only were we not helping them, we were hurting them.”'

Marker Buffalo tees off on McCown with seven sacks [5:10 AM]
Canton Repository reports: '“I think we were in the same situation getting beat by 25 or 30 in the fourth quarter,” McCown said. “There’s not a whole lot you can do when you haven’t been able to execute all day. The only difference is Buffalo kept coming with pressure, and New England showed mercy.”'

Marker Browns briefs [5:09 AM]
Canton Repository reports: 'The Bills were 0-4 and given up for dead. Now they are 7-6, a playoff contender that could be dangerous. “Who counted the Bills out? Shame on you if you did,” safety Lawyer Milloy said.'

Marker Bills swarm Browns, roll to win [5:09 AM] reports: 'The Browns had two yards of total offense, committed three turnovers and gave up four sacks in the first half.'

Marker McGahee goes over 100 again [5:09 AM] reports: 'Willis McGahee recorded his sixth 100-yard rushing game this season. Not surprisingly, the Bills have won all six.'

Marker Offense hits new low in loss [5:09 AM] reports: 'But the Pats couldn't blitz. Their secondary was too banged up to provide the necessary one-on-one coverage to make blitzes work. But that wasn't the case with the Bills. Their secondary is talented and healthy. So Buffalo came after McCown with a series of blitzes and stunts from all angles. It knocked him for a loop physically and mentally. "It affected him. It rattled him," Robiskie said. "And I don't know if he recovered from it."'

Marker Monday's Cleveland Coverage [5:08 AM] reports:
The whole 17 yards (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Bills' defense a recipe for Browns' disaster (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Lip fattened, QB flattened in Buffalo stampede (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
A franchise sinks, weighted by Davis' baggage (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Hurtin' for certain (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
The Edge (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Three things to watch (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Photo Gallery (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
A no show in Buffalo (Lorain Morning Journal)
McCown suffers through an ugly day (Lorain Morning Journal)
Browns set record with 17 yards of net offense against Bills (Akron Beacon Journal)
McCown survives Buffalo blitz (Akron Beacon Journal)
Fallout continues from exit of Davis (Akron Beacon Journal)
Brain freeze strikes officials (Akron Beacon Journal)
Fewest yards gained in a game (Akron Beacon Journal)
Browns set team mark for inept offense in Bills loss (Canton Repository)
Futile offense spoils defensive effort (Canton Repository)
Buffalo tees off on McCown with seven sacks (Canton Repository)
Robiskie: Losses ‘demoralizing’ (Canton Repository)
Better days in future? Can’t get much worse (Canton Repository)
Garcia, Roye, Faine among latest injured (Canton Repository)
Browns briefs (Canton Repository)
Browns notes (Canton Repository)
Another Browns low mark (Canton Repository)
Tailspin reaches seven in Buffalo (Warren Tribune Chronicle)
Pass protection breaks down (Warren Tribune Chronicle)
Injuries continue to pile up for Browns (Warren Tribune Chronicle)
Browns reach a new low (Columbus Dispatch)
McCown regresses in his second start (Columbus Dispatch)
Bengals, Browns should both be on TV (Columbus Dispatch)
Add Faine, Garcia, Roye to burgeoning injury list (Columbus Dispatch)
Bills stop Browns cold (Erie Times News)
Browns players vent (Erie Times News)
Is There An Opening In The Big East For These Guys? (Erie Times News)
Bills swarm Browns, roll to win (
McGahee goes over 100 again (
Offense hits new low in loss (
A dismal season grows more dismal (
Terry Robiskie news conference (
Photo Gallery (

Marker Bills offer prolific pounding [5:03 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"You don't go into a game plan like that, it just happens," said defensive coordinator Jerry Gray. "You would never say you're going to stop an offense like that, it just happened today. We had a great effort from the guys on the field."'

Marker Bills display a mean streak in rout [5:02 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'For nine weeks now, a span in which they've compiled a 7-2 record to climb above .500 at 7-6, the Bills have been kicking a whole bunch of rented NFL mules.'

Marker McCown thrown to the wolves [5:01 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: 'It was a disaster. How about 17 net yards of offense, six first downs and a passer rating of 25.4 in Cleveland's laughable 37-7 loss to the Bills. When Robiskie was serving as Davis' offensive coordinator, Garcia had made some public statements about how he felt the offense was too predictable, and Robiskie didn't like it. It almost seems as if Robiskie was trying to make a statement by not starting Garcia. If he was, the only statement he made was that he's not cut out to be a head coach.'

Marker New position, but same big plays from Vincent [5:00 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"The guy's a very bright guy," said Bills strong safety Lawyer Milloy. "I knew he'd take to it like he had playing there all his life."'

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