The decision will be discussed for the rest of the season.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Buffalo Bills have seen Josh Allen run for first down after first down since coming into the NFL in 2018.
These two teams know each other … well.
The last time the Bills faced the Titans in Nashville it was, to say the least, a fiasco.
As the game ended Sunday night in Kansas City, Buffalo’s impressive 38-20 victory over the Chiefs secure, Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier took in the scene as he gazed around Arrowhead Stadium.
By CHUCK POLLOCK
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Bills quarterback Josh Allen scrambled to the left on the mushy turf in Arrowhead Stadium, saw the Chiefs defensive back go low for the tackle and made like an Olympian by leaping over him for a first down.
Josh Allen knew the questions would be coming.
Yeah, it’s only Week 5 of a 17-game NFL season, but this is a big one for the Bills.
With a 17-game schedule, it’s impossible to divide the season into quarters.
ORCHARD PARK — A cynic might look at the final score – especially what happened in a 10-minute stretch of the fourth quarter – and wonder if the Bills were sending a message to the Texans management.
ORCHARD PARK — It seems crazy to criticize a team that just won 40-0, pitched its second shutout in three games and has put up 118 points in its last three starts.
ORCHARD PARK — Notes from the Bills’ 40-0 victory over the Houston Texans on a rainy Sunday afternoon at Highmark Stadium:
They remember it with the horror of a botched first date with a girl it took a year to muster the courage to ask out.
Talk about the risk of looking past an opponent.
ORCHARD PARK — For Bills fans it was nothing more complicated than they had to see it to be convinced.
ORCHARD PARK — Something about the loss of a loved one brings out the best in Josh Allen … even if it’s not his own.
ORCHARD PARK — Well, it took three games but the Bills have seemingly found their 2020 mojo.
ORCHARD PARK — Notes from the Bills’ 43-21 victory over the Washington Football Team on a mostly sunny, windy Sunday afternoon at Highmark Stadium before 68,434 observers:
For the second time in two home games, Bills coach Sean McDermott will square off against a team coached by a good friend.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second of a two-part series with Ron Rivera, coach of the Washington Football Team, and his long-time relationship with members of the Bills organization.)
NEW YORK (TNS) — Gov. Kathy Hochul was joined by NFL greats from New York’s three pro football teams on Thursday to urge fans to get vaccinated against COVID-19 — although they didn’t exactly agree on whom to root for on Sunday.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of a two-part series with Ron Rivera, coach of the Washington Football Team, and his long-time relationship with two key members of the Bills coaching staff, head coach Sean McDermott and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier.)
What a difference a week makes.
Is it possible a team can win by five touchdowns and not play its best game?
Notes from the Bills’ 35-0 victory over the Dolphins on Sunday afternoon at Hard Rock Stadium:
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Another Buffalo-Miami game, another lopsided Bills victory. And this one might wind up hurting the Dolphins more than most of the others.
A game for first place in the division two weeks into the NFL season?
There was a time when the Bills unquestioned rival was Miami.
They have had four days to think about it … rationalize how they managed to let the air out of a sold-out Highmark Stadium and a regional fan base.
I know, I know … “It’s only one game.”
ORCHARD PARK — Let’s make this perfectly clear at the outset.
ORCHARD PARK — Maybe the hype got to them.
ORCHARD PARK — Notes from the Bills’ 23-16 loss to the Steelers on Sunday afternoon before 69,787 witnesses at Highmark Stadium:
ORCHARD PARK — Knowing it was going to take the Steelers' new-look offense time to find its footing, Ben Roethlisberger was counting on Pittsburgh's defense to keep the score close.
It’s one thing for Bills fans to be giddy about the team’s chances to advance deep into the AFC playoffs a season after their team advanced to within a conference championship game win of making the Super Bowl.
The enthusiasm hasn’t been at this level since the Bills went to four straight Super Bowls back in the early 1990s.
ORCHARD PARK — Maj. Matthew Blue was understandably hesitant.
So the Bills’ love affair with Dawson Knox continues.
Could we just pump the brakes a bit on celebrating the Bills’ 19-0 victory over the Packers Saturday afternoon at Highmark Stadium in the preseason finale?
ORCHARD PARK — Josh Allen had the Buffalo Bills' up-tempo passing attack humming so efficiently in his preseason debut receiver Emmanuel Sanders wondered when his turn would come to make a play.
CHICAGO — Even if it was a preseason game, Buffalo quarterback Mitchell Trubisky gained possibly a small measure of satisfaction at Soldier Field on Saturday.
It’s been an interesting week for the Bills, so let’s start with the easy part, Josh Allen’s new contract, before we get to the public relations nightmare that is the request (demand?) for a new, taxpayer-funded stadium:
As rewarding as the Bills’ campaign was in 2020 — 13-3 regular-season record, berth in the AFC Championship Game — the team had a perceived flaw.
It hasn’t been a satisfying Olympiad for the United States.
Bills fans haven’t been this optimistic about a season since Buffalo went to four straight Super Bowls back in the early 1990s.
It all began yesterday when 88 players reported to the Bills’ Highmark Stadium offices in preparation for the start of Training Camp this morning at the ADPRO Center.
Back in the early 1970s, before coaching in the National Football League became a year-round proposition, the draft was held in late January.
The speculation has been going on since Terry and Kim Pegula bought the Bills in 2014: What’s the future of Ralph Wilson Stadium?
During his pre-mini-camp Zoom call with the team media late Tuesday morning, Bills coach Sean McDermott got a familiar but uncomfortable question.