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Buffalo Bills News - November 4, 2004

Marker Teague poised to return [8:50 AM]
Buffalo News reports: 'The Bills suddenly are banged up at receiver. Josh Reed has a bruised kneecap and is not likely to play. That puts Sam Aiken up to No. 3 receiver. Drew Haddad is questionable with a sore hamstring. If Haddad does not improve, the Bills would have three healthy receivers on the roster. That could prompt a promotion from the practice squad.'

Marker Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets [8:00 AM]
WIVB-TV reports: 'That's why I see the Jets winning 17-13.'

Marker Bills look to cool Jets' offense [5:01 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"I feel like we talked about getting to that next level," said linebacker Takeo Spikes. "Start here and keep climbing. Since about a month ago, there were several guys coming in here when it's pitch dark in the morning, and then leaving at 6:30 at night, putting in 12-hour days. It shows how much dedication is put toward the common goal that we all want."'

Marker Losman can't catch a break [5:00 AM]
Rochester D&C reports: '"Every time I say I'm doing good I go out there and it hurts," said the rookie first-round pick. "I didn't say anything this week so I'm going to see if that strategy works."'

Marker McGahee Posing Challenge for Jets [4:59 AM]
New York Times reports: '"And I'll tell you what he does: he can run downhill. The other guy was more of a slasher and cutter. This guy will run downhill. I know the guys from Miami have a passion for the end zone and the way they run the football. We've just got to keep it in front."'

Marker Chad plans to repay Bills [4:58 AM]
New York Post reports: 'A year ago, the Jets were coming off a big feel-good Monday Night Football victory at home over the Titans when they went "up there" to Buffalo the following Sunday to play the Bills and got ambushed. They were physically assaulted in a 17-6 loss that closed out any chances they had at a playoff berth.'

Marker About the Bills [4:57 AM]
New York Newsday reports: 'They may have an aging quarterback who's been an easy target for the Jets' pass rush, but the Bills are dangerous. McGahee provides a changeup to a Jets defense that is accustomed to facing Henry. Buffalo's defense is tied for second in the league in total yardage allowed, fourth in rushing yardage, and sixth in points. The Jets needed a last-minute field goal to beat the Bills, 16-14, at home four weeks ago. It will be even harder to beat the Bills on the road.'

Marker Buffalo can be perilous to Jets [4:56 AM]
Bergen Record reports: 'And because of what happened last year, the NFL schedule makers may have given the Jets one more gift besides a favorable first five games when they dropped the Buffalo Bills into their Game 8 slot. "When the score was 41-7 with seven minutes left, I was talking to Coach [Herm] Edwards about it on the sideline," quarterback Chad Pennington said Wednesday, recalling his conversation during the rout of the Dolphins. "I was thinking about how we're going to handle this week and making sure we don't go up there and lay an egg. That's basically what we did last year."'

Marker Thursday's New York Coverage [4:55 AM] reports:
McGahee Posing Challenge for Jets (New York Times)
Jets May Sell Rights to Seats, Then Tickets to Sit in Them (New York Times)
Chad, Jets feeling Super (New York Daily News)
Klecko's advice is to sack hype (New York Daily News)
Chad plans to repay Bills (New York Post)
Jets ready to welcome back Cowart (New York Post)
Klecko: Be careful of overconfidence (Newsday)
About the Bills (Newsday)
Here comes Mr. Jordan (White Plains Journal News)
Jets 'O' had it goin' on (Newark Star Ledger)
Jets' Pennington: Beware the Bills (Newark Star Ledger)
Mularkey takes no malarkey (Newark Star Ledger)
Buffalo can be perilous to Jets (Bergen Record)
Jets looking to make extra space in the trophy case (New Haven Register)
Jets' Ferguson keeps teammates in stitches (Middletown Times Herald Record)
Jets defensive line starts dominating (AP)
Jets Hope to Avoid Letdown (
Strengths Collide (
Words from the Defensive Architect (

Marker Inside slant [4:54 AM]
CBS Sportsline reports: 'While encouraged by the ability to punch the ball in the end zone against what had been the NFL's No. 1-ranked red zone defense, the Bills understand that beating a fellow two-win team doesn't elevate them to the status of playoff contender as the season hits the halfway mark.'

Marker Strategy and personnel [4:53 AM]
CBS Sportsline reports: 'It was new special teams coach Bobby April who saw something on tape and decided it would be wise to let McGee challenge incumbent Antonio Brown for the job in training camp. "People probably had more confidence in me than I had in myself (as a return specialist)," McGee said. "Bobby, even in camp, he told me, 'I think you're one of the top athletes and you can be very effective doing this.' I'd said, 'Well, OK. I'll go out there and try and help the team.' But he was right and I am doing a pretty good job, especially with my guys blocking for me."'

Marker Notes, quotes [4:52 AM]
CBS Sportsline reports: 'The Bills defense has yet to allow a 100-yard rusher.'

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November 3, 2004

Marker Jets Hope to Avoid Letdown [9:35 PM] reports: '“It was a tough game here a couple weeks ago,” Edwards said. “We beat them on the last drive. They made some plays to get back in it. They have the ability to do that. They’ve got one of the better receivers in the game in Moulds, their quarterback has a strong arm, and they can make some plays. We mentally and physically have to be ready to play.”'

Marker Teague May Play On Sunday [9:27 PM]
WGR-AM reports: 'Trey Teague returned to the practice field and took full reps with the first unit offensive line. Troy Vincent was also out there Wednesday, but only practiced with the scout team.'

Marker Vincent Back to Work [9:26 PM] reports: '“I’ve been engaged in the classroom, so I know my assignments, I know where I need to be,” Vincent said. “It’s just a matter of getting my body back into the rhythm of playing football and just see if I can work through some of this soreness."'

Marker Youth Football: Road to One Bills Drive [9:24 PM] reports: 'This year the Buffalo Bills will be hosting the final round of the OATKA Classic on Saturday, November 13th, at the new Buffalo Bills Youth Football Stadium.'

Marker Bills Getting Healthy [9:23 PM] reports: '"Having Lawyer back has been a big boost for our team," Head Coach Mike Mularkey said. "He's a leader on our defense and is highly respected by his teammates. Just having him being able to play against the Jets will be a big lift for us."'

Marker NY Jets (6-1) at Buffalo (2-5) [9:22 PM]
AP reports: 'Buffalo has to do something different to change the series, which has seen New York win nine of the last 13 meetings. That includes a 16-14 victory on Oct. 10, when the Jets sacked Drew Bledsoe four times and intercepted one of his passes, giving them 56 sacks and 29 interceptions in 21 games against him.'

Marker Vincent returns to practice; Reed sits out [5:39 PM]
AP reports: '''I think it's still too early,'' Mularkey said. ''I think we have to see how his knee reacts. We'll have to see how it feels tomorrow.'''

Marker Bills Add Hill to Practice Squad [4:43 PM] reports: 'Originally selected by Atlanta in the sixth round of the 2002 NFL Draft out of Iowa, Hill spent time on the Falcons, Saints, and Lions practice squads in '02. He was most recently signed as a free agent by San Francisco (1/8/04) and was released prior to the 2004 season.'

Marker Gift of Warmth Collection this Sunday [4:42 PM] reports: 'Volunteers from the Salvation Army and M&T Bank will be collecting NEW hats, scarves, mittens, etc. outside all stadium gates from 11:30 AM until kickoff.'

Marker McGee providing big returns on Bills' trust [1:43 PM]
AP reports: 'The only knock against McGee is that he still has a tendency to not follow his blockers a lack of patience that is expected to improve over time. ''I'm still working on it,'' McGee said. ''I don't know where we stand as far as return average, but it could be way more than that if I was more disciplined.'''

Marker Strengths Collide [12:22 PM] reports: Q: Willis McGahee had a huge day Sunday. Why have the Bills decided to turn things over to him?
A: I think what happed was that Travis Henry was the starter for the last three years and in fairness to him, he should have been the starter at the beginning of the season. Obviously, Buffalo got off to a slow start and sputtered. Henry got hurt and had to miss the Miami game three weeks ago, and that was McGahee’s first start. He gained 111 yards, so it was obvious that here’s a guy who is a really good player that they have to find a way to get on the field. Then when they played Baltimore, they gave Henry the start back. They basically gave him one more chance. He didn’t have a great game. McGahee came into the game in the second half and ran pretty well. The Bills still lost, but then coming in the Arizona game, it was pretty obvious that Mike Mularkey had to give the ball to McGahee and he did.'

Marker McGee Wins AFC Special Teams Award [12:21 PM] reports: 'The 5-9, 201-pounder became only the third player in Bills history with two kickoff returns for touchdowns in a season (Week 4 vs. New England).'

Marker He's no new kid on the block [9:01 AM]
Buffalo News reports: '"I'd like to know if there's a fullback playing better in the league," Bills coach Mike Mularkey said. "I mean that. Throughout all these games, he has by far been our most consistent player on our offense. He is a load coming through there and he will put the lick on you. And he's catching the ball and he has some run-after-the-catch ability. If there's a better fullback in the league right now, I haven't seen him."'

Marker Euhus finding it pays to be a Bill [7:02 AM]
Corvallis Gazette Times reports: 'When the Bills win, the bone-chilling wind and lake-effect snow squalls that validate Buffalo's reputation for miserable late fall/winter weather don't seem quite so nasty. When they lose, though, a palpable depression blankets the region and people are glum until the following Sunday. Players are neighborhood heroes; prominent Bills like Bledsoe and Eric Moulds are mobbed when they appear in public. Super Bowl-era icons like Jim Kelly, Darryl Talley and Steve Tasker became community benefactors. Jack Kemp parlayed his popularity as a championship quarterback into a long tenure as a congressmen from a suburban district, a presidential cabinet position, and several attempts at the presidency.'

Marker Bills vs. Jets Preview [7:01 AM] reports: The Bills and Jets meet in a divisional matchup for the second time this year. The Bills are looking to avenge a 16-14 last minute loss at the Meadowlands last month.

Marker Strange Things Afoot At Ralph Wilson Stadium [7:01 AM] reports: The strangest happening of all had to be the Bills win at home over the Arizona Cardinals. Not only did the Bills win – they won in convincing fashion. The Bills scored 38 points. They scored touchdowns in the red zone. The Bills scored not one but two rushing touchdowns – the first and second of the season. Very odd.

Marker Wednesday's New York Coverage [4:57 AM] reports:
Pounding of Dolphins Puts Jets With the A.F.C.'s Elite Teams (New York Times)
Defense Jets into spotlight (New York Daily News)
LaMont still backup plan (New York Daily News)
Making believers (New York Post)
Flying first class (New York Post)
Jets report card (New York Post)
No fall in November (Newsday)
Keep giving Jordan the ball (Newsday)
Knowing rules led to field goal (Newsday)
Jordan glad he stayed (Newsday)
Jets enter November with momentum (White Plains Journal News)
Company line: One great day (White Plains Journal News)
Jets' front 4 making a name (Newark Star Ledger)
When it comes to November, Edwards is a fall guy (Newark Star Ledger)
Linemen set the tone for Jets' dominating offense (Bergen Record)
Jets shine in Monday night spotlight (Asbury Park Press)
Edwards keeps Jets fresh for November blitz (New Haven Register)
Martin, Jordan power Jets to victory (AP)
A Day After (
Jets at Bills (

November 2, 2004

Marker Field Position Always a Big Factor [4:17 PM] reports: 'I don't know what got into Sam Adams, but that was the best game I have ever seen him play. He looked like a man amongst boys out there. He was all over the field making plays, stuffing the run and getting to the quarterback. He did a great job of anticipating the snap count. It seemed as if he was always the first person to fire off the ball. He showed how dominant he can be in this league and I expect his play to continue throughout the rest of the season.'

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