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Stats that stood out

November 19, 2017, 11:17 pm
They aren’t going to be pretty, but here are the stats that stood out in Sunday’s humbling loss to Los Angeles. 5 – number of interceptions thrown by Nate Peterman 8 – number of possessions it took to throw the five interceptions 3 – number of interceptions thrown by Tyrod Taylor this season 31 – […]
Buffalo lost a pair of starters to injury in Sunday’s loss at Los Angeles. WR Kelvin Benjamin and S Micah Hyde both left the game with knee injuries and did not return. Head coach Sean McDermott would only confirm that both sustained knee injuries, but losing Benjamin early set the pass game back. Benjamin was […]

Are we in for a slow start?

November 19, 2017, 2:10 pm
By now most Bills fans are aware that Buffalo’s offense has been slow in getting into a rhythm at the start of games. Their opponent today, however, has found it even more difficult to finish early drives with points. The Chargers are one of two NFL teams yet to score on an opening drive this season […]

Punters could be busy today

November 19, 2017, 1:20 pm
The Bills and Chargers have both had their share of inefficiencies on offense this season. That’s partly why Buffalo made a quarterback change this week in going with rookie Nate Peterman. Whether Peterman can improve the functionality of the offense remains to be seen. But more often than not this season both Buffalo and Los […]

The difference between 6-4 & 5-5

November 19, 2017, 12:24 pm
The Bills currently sit in the sixth and final playoff spot in the AFC with seven games to play. A win over the Chargers today would certainly improve their chances. To see just how much, we looked at the odds for making the playoffs for NFL teams since 1990 and found a sizable difference between […]

Rivers cleared to play

November 18, 2017, 6:34 pm
An independent neurologist has cleared Chargers QB Philip Rivers to play Sunday against the Bills. 

Is more better for Shady?

November 18, 2017, 10:30 am
There’s an old saying about running backs. Some have maintained that the more work they get the more effective they are. The phrase makes sense knowing that if a back keeps getting the ball, it’s because the run game is successful. That wears an opposing defense down and the big runs become more and more […]