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Buffalo Bills News - November 10, 2003

Marker Defense again leads the way [5:14 AM]
Dallas Morning News reports: 'Punter Toby Gowin had five of his eight punts downed inside Buffalo's 20-yard line.'

Marker Five key moments in Cowboys' seventh win [5:13 AM]
Dallas Morning News reports: 'Bledsoe's fumble sets up only TD.'

Marker Cowboys report card [5:12 AM]
Dallas Morning News reports: 'Drew Bledsoe never really had a chance. When Dallas wasn't pressuring him or hitting him with its variety of blitzes, cornerbacks Terence Newman and Mario Edwards were shutting down Eric Moulds, Josh Reed and Bobby Shaw. They combined for 11 catches but only 70 yards. Bledsoe became the fifth consecutive quarterback to pass for fewer than 150 yards against Dallas.'

Marker Cowboys notebook [5:11 AM]
Dallas Morning News reports: 'If losing Sunday's game wasn't bad enough, the Bills fans in attendance had to relive some ugly memories. Between series in the first half, the giant video screens showed highlights of the Cowboys' Super Bowl victories against the Bills in the 1990s.'

Marker East Coast bias now works both ways [5:10 AM]
Dallas Morning News reports: 'After Sunday's 10-6 win over Buffalo, the Cowboys are 2-0 against the AFC East. They will finish off play against the division by the end of the month. Now that the easy portion is finished, the Cowboys still have to go to division leader New England on Sunday night and host Miami on Thanksgiving Day.'

Marker Chillin' at the Cowboys-Bills game [5:09 AM]
Dallas Morning News reports: 'Tony Labarba and 17 of his closest hardhat buddies made the roadie to Dallas in what has become a once-a-year thing for the upstate New York natives. "We went to Houston last year, Dallas this year. We've had a good time here, but the fans are pretty tame. People are extremely nice and helpful, but the fans are low-key." Memo to Cowboys fans: Don't take Labarba that seriously. Dude let his buddies paint a Bills replica helmet on his shiny dome.'

Marker Tenacious D [5:08 AM]
Fort Worth Star Telegram reports: 'Of the Bills' five possessions of the fourth quarter, their best starting field position was the 22-yard line. The four others started on the 17 (twice), the 11 and the 20. The Bills gained one first down and went three-and-out four times against a Cowboys defense that held them to 185 yards. It was the sixth consecutive week the Cowboys held an opponent below 135 yards passing.'

Marker Parcells plays field position, percentages to earn victory [5:07 AM]
Fort Worth Star Telegram reports: '"One play," said Bledsoe. "The deal was to get one play against their man coverage. We were not able to make that one play."'

Marker Cowboys' win a real rush [5:06 AM]
Fort Worth Star Telegram reports: 'A frustrated Bledsoe was rushed into quick decisions. He overthrew receivers and was continually begging for interference calls. He never got into a rhythm and finished 17-for-34 for 104 yards in Dallas' 10-6 victory.'

Marker Slumping Bills offense comes up empty again [5:05 AM]
Fort Worth Star Telegram reports: '"We didn't make plays when they were there," Moulds said. "We knew they were going to come after us, and on a couple of drives they came after us on every play."'

Marker Cowboys commit to committee approach [5:04 AM]
Fort Worth Star Telegram reports: 'While the Cowboys can deny they have a running back controversy, there is no denying they have a running game problem.'

Marker Hambrick's diminished role raises questions, coach's voice [5:03 AM]
Fort Worth Star Telegram reports: 'Twelve times in the game's final 19 minutes, Murrell carried the football, gaining yards, buying time. And finally, on a third-down-and-eight play in the final 69 seconds, Murrell slammed the door on the scrappy Bills with a 17-yard run. He finished with 76 yards on 16 carries. Hambrick had 33 yards in 13 attempts.'

Marker Cowboys Notes [5:02 AM]
Fort Worth Star Telegram reports: 'The Cowboys held the Bills scoreless on seven second-half possessions, five times with less than two game-time minutes of rest.'

Marker The blitz [5:01 AM]
Fort Worth Star Telegram reports: '4: Times the Cowboys have allowed 10 or fewer points this season. The Jets, Cardinals, Lions and Bills managed a combined 26 points.'

Marker Grading the 'boys [5:00 AM]
Fort Worth Star Telegram reports: 'Defensive tackle La'Roi Glover was all over the field, with four tackles and a fumble recovery. Defensive end Eric Ogbogu had 1 1/2 sacks, and Greg Ellis added a half-sack to a dominant effort up front.'

Marker Cowboys shut down Buffalo passing game [4:59 AM]
San Antonio Express News reports: '"They came at us and we couldn't get any plays," said Bledsoe, who connected on 17 of 34 passes for only 104 yards and had only one completion of more than 15 yards. The Bills (4-5) entered the game needing a victory to stay in the playoff hunt.'

Marker Head games [4:58 AM]
San Antonio Express News reports: 'Bledsoe never looked worse than he did going against Parcells. Is it just a coincidence, too, that Bledsoe never looked better than when he played for Parcells?'

Marker Cowboys-Bills Notebook [4:57 AM]
San Antonio Express News reports: 'Sunday's victory marked the third time in the past four games the Cowboys have defeated a team coming off a bye.'

Marker Cowboys' defense bottles up Bills [4:56 AM]
Houston Chronicle reports: 'The defense forced three fumbles, recovered two and allowed Buffalo to gain only two yards total offense in the fourth quarter. Two yards -- as in one yard passing and one yard rushing.'

Marker Dallas defense carries the day [4:55 AM]
Shreveport Times reports: 'Buffalo was held to just 19 percent on third-down conversions (3 of 16).'

Marker Cowboys did just enough to win [4:54 AM]
Shreveport Times reports: 'The Cowboys didn't let Buffalo running back Travis Henry break any long runs. They didn't let Bills quarterback Drew Bledsoe get hot in the passing game. Bledsoe managed only 104 yards passing while Henry gained only 80 yards rushing.'

Marker Murrell cuts into Hambrick's playing time [4:53 AM]
Shreveport Times reports: 'Buffalo Bills running back Travis Henry came into Sunday's game with the Dallas Cowboys trying to become the first Bills back since Thurman Thomas in 1994 to have three consecutive 100-yard rushing games. Henry wasn't even close.'

Marker Gregg Williams Quotes [4:52 AM] reports: '"It's pretty tough to win but we fought clear to the bitter end. We weren't precise enough even at the end to be able to pull out some type of a thing in the last gasp. They were able to kneel on it and we couldn't get it back."'

Marker Drew Bledsoe Quotes [4:51 AM] reports: '"They came out (and blitzed). Especially in the second half, they were just going to come after us and blitzed us. When they are going to blitz and play man coverage we must make one play for a big play against their man coverage and we weren't able to get that done."'

Marker Eric Moulds Quotes [4:50 AM] reports: '"It was troubling because we didn't make plays when they were there. We knew they were going to come in and blitz. We knew they were going to try to take advantage and get pressure on Drew Bledsoe. It's troubling we don't make plays when they come back to your quarterback. We can't have that if we want to be a good football team especially on the road."'

Marker Antoine Winfield Quotes [4:49 AM] reports: '"It's tough. We're all professionals. When (the offense) turns the ball over we should (hold) them to a field goal. We didn't do that. It's tough to go out there and lose like that."'

Marker Josh Reed Quotes [4:48 AM] reports: '"It's frustrating. You have to score on those opportunities and take advantage of them. When you get in the red zone you want to score touchdowns. Field goals are good but touchdowns are of course much better."'

Marker Cowboys Win Defensive Showdown [4:47 AM] reports: 'The Cowboys suffocated Buffalo's passing game, putting enormous pressure on quarterback Drew Bledsoe. And whenever he had time to throw, there was stifling pass coverage. Top receiver Eric Moulds was limited to five catches for only 32 yards by starting cornerbacks Mario Edwards and Terence Newman.'

Marker Paying The Bills [4:46 AM] reports: 'In fact, the Bills managed a grand total of just two yards in the final 15 minutes of play.'

Marker Murrell The Man [4:45 AM] reports: 'The Bills have not scored an offensive touchdown in their last four road games. They have scored just 21 total points in those four road games, all of which were losses.'

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