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Buffalo Bills News - January 3, 2005

Marker Dud of an ending ruins Bills' season [9:28 PM]
AP reports: '``I'm just a sore loser,'' cornerback Nate Clements said. ``We're going to stick together, no matter what. And hopefully, we can look at this end on a positive note.'''

Marker Steelers' backups weren't about to back into the playoffs [5:13 PM]
AP reports: 'Coach Bill Cowher preached all last week that, even with home-field advantage and a first-round bye clinched, he expected to win in Buffalo.'

Marker Steelers stun oblivious Bills [1:45 PM]
Niagara Falls Reporter reports: 'The Steelers outran the Bills 157-92 and hassled Bledsoe into two crucial turnovers and only two third-down conversions in 12 chances, disabusing the fanciful notion that Buffalo's defense belongs in the same conversation with Pittsburgh's.'

Marker Bills RB Henry wants out of Buffalo [1:12 PM]
AP reports: '''I'm a starter. I've been starting since I've been in this league,'' Henry said. ''I know the role that I was given this year. I didn't like it, but I dealt with it.'' Asked whether he considered himself as good as gone, Henry said: ''Yeah, most definitely.'''

Marker Bills' Travis Henry wants out [1:06 PM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"I want to go somewhere where I can be a starter, and play, and a be a big contributor -- that's where my mind is at,'' Henry said today as the Bills cleaned out their lockers after Sunday's season-ending 29-24 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. "Like I said at the beginning of the year, I'm not a backup. Whatever they decide to do, wherever their mind is at, I don't know. I already know where my mind is at.'''

Marker Steelers wrap up impressive regular season with 14th straight win [11:59 AM]
McKeesport Daily News reports: 'The Bills looked nothing like the team that had outscored its previous six opponents 228-89. Buffalo managed just 267 total yards and the defense couldn't get the Steelers off the field, losing the time-of-possession battle by more than 11 minutes.'

Marker Steelers' second team played like starters [11:59 AM]
McKeesport Daily News reports: 'At one point, the Bills were trying to stop Brian St. Pierre, Willie Parker, Lee Mays, Walter Rasby and Sean Morey. And the Bills couldn't do it.'

Marker Curtains for the Bills [11:49 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'And strong safety Lawyer Milloy conceded, “It was obviously the turning point of the game. We were up at that point and we let them get the momentum back.” But he quickly added, “It wasn’t just the missed kick ... every one of us had a hand in this loss."'

Marker Bills see why Steelers are AFC’s best [11:48 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'From the middle of the second period on, the only defensive starters who played an appreciable amount of time were inside linebacker Larry Foote and cornerback Chad Foote. And still the Bills, who had everything to play for, struggled on both sides of the ball.'

Marker It was Parker’s turn to shine for the Steelers [11:48 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: '“I guess (Buffalo) thought we were go to lay down and give it to them,” Colclough said. “We didn’t do that today.”'

Marker Steelers just fourth team to go 15-1 [11:47 AM]
Olean Times Herald reports: 'Before Sunday, the Bills were 9-0 in January home games.'

Marker Bills just not-yet-ready [11:04 AM]
Toronto Sun reports: 'The Bills have made some remarkable progress this season but they still have a lot of work left, especially on the offensive side of the ball, if they're going to get back even some of their past glory. You have to wonder if all those points they scored against inferior opponents the past few weeks are not a bit of a smokescreen, masking many of the same ills that have plagued the team the past few years.'

Marker So many chances, so few points [10:11 AM]
Welllsville Daily Reporter reports: 'And as fate would have it, it seemed as though the Bills would get exactly what they needed ... that is until the games ended and the Bills got their help but couldn't complete their own part of the task.'

Marker Look on the bright side [10:10 AM]
Wellsville Daily Reporter reports: 'The coaching staff is in place, most of the players are there, but the most important piece is a new leader. And if the coaches don't have the confidence in Bledsoe, it's time to let Losman help this franchise turn the corner once again.'

Marker Stillers-Bills Postgame Analysis and Grades [9:35 AM] reports: 'Then Willie Parker got the ball-carrying chores, and shredded the Buff defense for 102 yards on19 carries. Parker hit a hole up LG and bolted 58 yards in the 4Q, and also helped salt the game away on the long, nearly 9-minute march with strong runs of 5, 9, 6, 4, 9, and 6.'

Marker Stillers-Bills Post Game Thoughts [9:33 AM] reports: 'I guess Bledsoe will never get that ‘QB clock’ that is so important, especially when you are as much of a statue as he is. Anyhow, how about showing some emotion to try and motivate your teammates?! The Bills had just put a great winning streak together, their entire season is on the line, and this guy looked and acted like he was playing a scrimmage game.'

Marker Steel curtains [8:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"There's no reason we shouldn't be still playing," Teague said. "It's just frustrating. I couldn't have fathomed that today would turn out like it did."'

Marker Wasted opportunity haunts Bills [8:59 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Utter devastation.'

Marker Fourth-stringer Parker turns in first-rate performance [8:58 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Parker gained 101 yards in the second half Sunday and helped the Steelers to a 29-24 victory over the Bills. He had a 58-yard run in the third quarter that set up a field goal, giving the Steelers the lead for good. He had 11 carries during a critical 14-play drive that consumed 8 minutes and 53 seconds of the fourth quarter, leaving the Bills with almost no time to come back from a 29-17 deficit.'

Marker Steelers are special, no matter who suits up [8:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Pittsburgh coach Bill Cowher was like a Las Vegas magician, each item pulled from his hat more impressive than the last. The grand finale came when he made the Bills, one of the league's hotter teams, vanish from the NFL playoff picture, an unfathomable feat considering no opposing team had ever won at The Ralph in January.'

Marker Chance at validation vanishes in a hurry [8:57 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I thought, "We're rolling now. Here we go,' " said Tucker, the Bills' left guard. "I even recall looking up at the scoreboard and seeing that the Jets were losing, and I was thinking, "This is our year. It's our time.' "'

Marker Lindell's rare miss will keep him awake [8:56 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"The wind was going right to left, and I missed it right," he said. "My aim was a smidge over to the right. But I didn't hit my target."'

Marker End of the line [8:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I still don't know who that is. Who's that Willie Parker?" - Bills cornerback Terrence McGee.'

Marker Grading the Bills [8:55 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'Lindell opened year with miss, ended with miss. Clements fumbled first punt. That's 6 points. Bad end to great year.'

Marker Fans dejected but hopeful [8:54 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I'm tired of hearing people say we're going to be better next year," responded her sister. "I'm tired of waiting."'

Marker Bills Team Report [7:45 AM]
The Sporting News reports: 'Offense: C+. McGahee and WR Lee Evans were difference-makers. QB Drew Bledsoe might have earned another year as a starter.'

Marker Steelers finish regular season with team-best 15 wins [7:28 AM]
Beaver County Times reports: '"Probably no one gave us a chance to win this game with all our backups playing," wide receiver Hines Ward said. "But it just goes to show you that we have a lot of depth on this team. Those guys went out there and competed."

Marker Steelers finish 15-1 as reserves KO Buffalo [7:26 AM]
Washington Observer Reporter reports: '"The bottom line is if we can't beat them with their backups on the field, then we probably don't deserve to be in."'

Marker Going from 9-point underdogs to Super Bowl favorites [7:25 AM]
Washington Observer Reporter reports: 'Instead of treating the game like a glorified practice, which would have been easy to do considering they had accomplished pretty much everything they could in the regular season, the Steelers came out and took the game to the Bills. They won a game they had no business winning.'

Marker Steelers finish season 15-1, eliminate Bills [7:24 AM]
Erie Times News reports: Afterward, Bledsoe spoke quietly to reporters, saying he was stunned to watch the Bills' playoff chances die in a home loss against a team resting many of its top players. "Early this week, someone asked a question, 'What if you don't get in?' " Bledsoe said. "The honest truth is that I didn't prepare myself for this. ... To be honest with you, I'm in a little bit of shock right now because I didn't really anticipate this would be the case."'

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