Early to Bills: Nothing personal [2:15 PM] Newark Star Ledger reports:
'"What do I have to be bitter about?" Early asked. "This is my 12th year in the league. I've had some really great years. "I'm going to go there and compete. No bad feelings. Moulds is a good friend of mine. We worked out together. I'm happy for him. He's young and he's only going to get better."'
Joe Theismann's Bills/Jets game preview [12:08 PM] ESPNet reports:
In one sentence, Theismann says he thinks Buffalo can throw 40 - 45 times with Flutie at QB. In the next paragraph, he says you can't ask a QB to throw the ball 42 times and be successful like Buffalo did last week.
Shout!'s Bills vs. Jets scouting report [10:12 AM] Shout! reports:
Everything you need to know about Sunday's game vs. the Jets. It's a crucial divisional matchup and coach Wade Phillips said the team has to win.
Flutie still too short for Jets? [7:18 AM] Syracuse Post-Standard reports:
'The Jets believed last November that Doug Flutie was only human. They set out to prove it with a defense that forced Flutie to stand in the pocket and throw. It worked. Flutie's numbers: 12-of-30 passing for 154 yards, with no touchdowns and two interceptions. Final score: Jets 34, Bills 12. The Jets said Flutie's passes fluttered because he was too short.'
Linton's load bigger for Bills [7:13 AM] D&C reports:
'"I thought he did a great job last week," said quarterback Doug Flutie. "He was where he was supposed to be. He's got good instincts as far as cutbacks, but he is a physical runner. I have all the confidence in the world in him." Added center Jerry Ostroski: "I think Jonathan Linton came in and did a real good job filling in for (Thomas). I expect him to do a real good job until Thurman comes back. That's why he's here, that's his role and when it's your turn to go, you go.'
Moody Flutie Faces Double Duty [6:48 AM] New York Daily News reports:
'"I feel a lot more comfortable this year than I did in that first game," said Flutie, who joined the Jets' Vinny Testaverde in the Pro Bowl last season. "I have a better grasp of what's going on in this league and how the Jets might play us."'