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Buffalo Bills News - October 21, 2002

Marker Turnovers Play A Key Role In Buffalo's Win [5:43 PM] reports: Including playoffs, the team that has held the advantage in the takeaway/giveaway ratio between the Bills and the Dolphins has emerged victorious in each of the last eight meetings of this series and 13 of the last 14.

Marker Bills vs. Dolphins Photos [4:44 PM]
Palm Beach Post reports: 'Jon from the Palm Beach Post thought Bills fans might enjoy a look at the photo gallery from Sunday's game.'

Marker Bills get HOT in Miami [3:19 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“We felt, coming in, that it would come down to whose defense played the better game and won the turnover battle,” Fletcher said. “We picked a great game to finally get some interceptions. To come in with none and end up leaving with four and six turnovers, that’s huge for our defense."'

Marker Lucas takes blame for loss [3:18 PM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'The real question, of course, is whether the Buffalo Bills’ defense is suddenly that good or Ray Lucas is just that bad. In truth, it’s probably considerably more of the latter than the former.'

Marker Four Overtime Games Ties NFL Record [3:00 PM] reports: Four NFL games reached sudden-death overtime, tying the all-time record for most overtime games in a single day on Oct. 8, 1995.

Marker Buffalo pounces on wounded Dolphins [1:42 PM]
Niagara Falls Reporter reports: '"The way I played today was probably the worst in NFL history," Lucas said. Those who recall the likes of such illustrious Buffalo passers as Gary Marangi and Vince Ferragamo would take exception to that. But for one day, at least, Lucas was more than bad enough for the Bills.'

Marker No Hollis Means No Kick for Jags [1:40 PM]
Florida Times Union reports: 'The leading scorer in Jaguars' history had another big day yesterday. For the Buffalo Bills.'

Marker Game Notebook at Miami Dolphins - Updated [12:28 PM] reports: Sunday’s win at Miami upped the Bills 2002 record to 4-3. They are over .500 for the first time since November of 2000 when their win at Kansas City (11/19/00) made them 7-4. That was also the last time the Bills won two straight games. The last time Buffalo played two consecutive games on the road and won them both was December of 1999 when they posted victories in consecutive weeks at Arizona and at New England.

Marker Lucas' South Florida time-share becomes a hall of shame [12:15 PM] reports: Peter King's MMQB: "DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK --Buffalo cornerback Nate Clements. The Bills had four takeaways in their first six games of the year. Clements had three interceptions in the 23-10 Buffalo win Sunday -- one he returned 29 yards for the clinching touchdown -- as well as four solo tackles and four passes broken up. The picks were also the first three interceptions of the Bills' season. What a tour de force of a game, even though, if I give Clements a trophy for this, he's going to have to saw it in half and give half to Ray Lucas. Clements said after the game that Lucas "threw it right" to him on the pick returned for touchdown. There wasn't much sugarcoating the Lucas factor after the game."

Marker One Game For A Team, One Giant Step For The Season [12:11 PM] reports: Buffalo's 23-10 victory is more than a win over an old rival. It's a game that, when we look back at the 2002 season, elevated the Bills to a place where it became okay to hope. It's doesn't guarantee a playoff spot, or even a winning final record. But it does put the Bills one step closer.

Marker Bills at Miami (Photos) [11:26 AM] reports: Check out some photos of Buffalo's win over Miami.

Marker Bills 23, Dolphins 10 (Video Highlights) [10:31 AM] reports: Travis Henry rushed for 132 yards and Nate Clements intercepted three passes as the Bills defeated the Dolphins, 23-10, and closed within a game of Miami in the AFC East.

Marker Two Minute Drill… With Coy Wire [10:25 AM] reports: Rookie safety Coy Wire was the latest player to share some secrets about his teammates during the Two Minute Drill with Wire says Ryan Denney drives the fastest and Grant Irons is the most underrated.

Marker High School Coach Of The Week - Week 7 [10:20 AM] reports: Head coach Erie Jantzi of North Tonawanda High School has been named the Buffalo Bills' high school football "Coach of the Week" for the seventh weekend of the 2002 season (Oct. 18-19).

Marker NFL Plays of the Week (Video Highlights) [10:03 AM] reports: Watch the plays of the week for Week 7.

Marker Bills make a leap of faith [9:14 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Maybe all you true believers who have predicted since the day of the Drew Bledsoe trade that the Bills could make the playoffs weren't so crazy after all.'

Marker Clements' picking and grinning is sweet music to Bills [9:13 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'However, Chris Watson had perhaps his best game of the year and Jason Bostic held his own in the slot when the Bills went to their nickel (five defensive backs) package. "They did an excellent job stepping up," Clements said.'

Marker With defense awake, Bills can open some eyes [9:12 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'It's hard to say what was more remarkable - going four straight games without a takeaway, or getting six in one game against Miami.'

Marker Decisive victory by Jennings over Taylor [9:12 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Score this battle for Jennings, who held Taylor to only three tackles (one solo) and no sacks.'

Marker Monday Billboard [9:11 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Who would have thought that after going four weeks without a single takeaway, the Bills would go plus-six at Miami? The answer is, "Nobody."'

Marker Bills bring the heat [5:51 AM]
D and C reports: 'As they steam toward the midway point of the season, the Bills are now 4-3 and in second place in the AFC East, one game behind Miami.'

Marker Battered Fish get no pity from Bills [5:50 AM]
D and C reports: '“Hey, this is the NFL, we don’t care how we get the victories,” said an animated Fletcher, his words acting as an umbrella to those trying to rain on Buffalo’s big win. “Nobody’s going to feel sorry for us if we go into a game with injuries. Someone goes out, the next guy’s supposed to get the job done. You’re one play away in this league from being the guy.”'

Marker No disclaimers, this win was big [5:49 AM]
D and C reports: 'That 3-13 nightmare of a year ago seems so long ago, doesn’t it?'

Marker Buffalo Bills Report Card [5:48 AM]
D and C reports: 'COACHING: Gregg Williams and staff had the Bills ready, taking advantage of a banged-up Dolphins offense to end a four-game losing streak to the Dolphins. B+'

Marker Lucas is a dead Fish [5:47 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'Lucas also caused one fumble on a poor handoff to running back Ricky Williams as he single-handedly let the Bills waltz back into the AFC East race. First the fans booed Lucas, then they left. For the final three minutes, the hundreds that remained lustily serenaded the Bills.'

Marker Three picks make Clements a winner [5:46 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: '"I can probably clean this up in about one second," Wannstedt said. "Six turnovers against a team that is scoring 35 points a game ... it's going to be tough winning."'

Marker 'We threw the game away' [5:45 AM]
Miami Herald reports: '...even after committing four turnovers, and forcing none, they still had five possessions to cut a 10-point lead in the final 19 minutes. But they bungled that, too...'.

Marker One pass sours defensive effort [5:44 AM]
Miami Herald reports: '''[Bledsoe] wasn't able to do that much all day, but he saw the one that we had one guy deep,'' Marion said. ``He's from the old school. He sees that defense with one guy in the middle of the field and he's throwing it to the sideline. . . . That's what you see from guys like that, like Marino."'

Marker Picking on the Dolphins [5:43 AM]
Miami Herald reports: 'A theme has emerged from the Dolphins' two losses this season: An opposing player catches three interceptions.'

Marker Dolphins receivers in flux [5:42 AM]
Miami Herald reports: 'Without Chambers and Gadsden, the passing attack stalled significantly. Only five of quarterback Ray Lucas' 13 completions went to wide receivers, including one pass to tight end Desmond Clark, who lined up numerous times at wide receiver.'

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