Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills are a professional American football team based in the Buffalo–Niagara Falls metropolitan area. The Bills compete in the National Football League (NFL), as a member club of the league's American Football Conference (AFC) East division. The team plays their home games at New Era Field in Orchard Park, New York. The Bills are the only NFL team that plays its home games in the state of New York. The Bills conduct summer training camp at St.
  • Bills' run defense lands average grade from Pro Football Focus
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    Bills' run defense lands average grade from Pro Football Focus

    The Buffalo Bills defense was led by their secondary in 2017. Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott pasted together a strong unit which includes Micah Hyde, Jordan Poyer and Tre'Davious White. In his lone year at the helm of the Bills, McDermott has also appeared to revive Buffalo's run defense as well. After brutal efforts against the run while Rex Ryan was in town, Pro Football Focus ranked every run defense in the NFL with the Bills coming in at No. 16. Here's what PFF wrote on Buffalo's effort against the run heading into the 2018 season: 16. BUFFALO BILLS TOP THREE RUN-DEFENSE GRADES AMONG RETURNING PLAYERS: Jerry Hughes, edge defender – 88.8 run-defense grade Shaq Lawson, edge defender – 80.2

  • Kim and Terry Pegula, Buffalo Bills
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    Kim and Terry Pegula, Buffalo Bills

    Education: Kim: Houghton College; Terry: Penn State

  • Have the Bills' top five cap hits lived up to their contracts?
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    Have the Bills' top five cap hits lived up to their contracts?

    If you take a look at the Buffalo Bills of years past, a common theme was players not living up to their contracts. The former brass in Buffalo's front office wasn't always keen to shell out the money for top-talent but the money they did shell out wouldn't always match the output. Simply put, the Bills didn't always invest well. This happens to other teams, but it seemed to happen more often in Buffalo until recently. Contracts such as defensive end Mario Williams' $100 million deal still make Bills fans wince even if he lived up to the deal for the first few years. Fans looking at what's ahead for Buffalo might make them optimists. The Bills are on tap to have over a $100 million in cap room

  • Trent Murphy, Zay Jones injury updates
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    Trent Murphy, Zay Jones injury updates

    With so many question marks all over the field in terms of position battles for the Buffalo Bills, one might forget there are a few players still on the injury report. Wide receiver Zay Jones' bizarre offseason finally cooled off but some bumps and bruises have been involved as well. Along with Jones, defensive end Trent Murphy, while a short one, has yet to be 100-percent in his Buffalo career to his point. According to The Athletic, both should be good to go come training camp, which is slated to begin on July 26. For Jones, injuries were only the start. Jones, 23, started his offseason with shoulder surgery on a torn labrum he played through during his rookie season. Jones then had surgery

  • What play defines the Buffalo Bills' 2017 season?
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    What play defines the Buffalo Bills' 2017 season?

    Our journey to crown a single play to define the Buffalo Bills' 2017 season has come to an end. Sixteen plays, each telling a story about a single regular season game, began this incredible competition and thanks to you, the reader (and voter), only one remains. Without further ado, we present your play to define 2017! In the end, 63% of you (275 votes out of 437) decided that play deserved the privilege of being the one to represent the 2017 season. “Kyle Williams' touchdown” went head to head with “34-yard pass from Joe Webb to Deonte Thompson in snowvertime” and emerged victorious. Both plays had steamrolled competition on the back of two very different perceptions of the 2017 season. While

  • Friday morning one-liners
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    Friday morning one-liners

    A look at where Bills QB Josh Allen comes from. A prediction that the Dolphins will outperform outside expectations. WR Riley McCarron is trying to snag a spot with the Patriots. What will Jets S Marcus Maye do in his second season? Ravens DE Brent Urban hopes to pick up where he left off. Stanford [more]

  • Four Stewart-Haas Racing pit crew lineups change for New Hampshire
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    Four Stewart-Haas Racing pit crew lineups change for New Hampshire

    All four Stewart-Haas racing pit crew rosters will see changes for Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 (2 p.m. ET, NBCSN, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio), a team spokesperson confirmed for NASCAR.com. During last weekend’s Monster Energy Series race at Kentucky Speedway, Clint Bowyer had a strong No. 14 Ford but expressed …

  • 2018 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Four sleepers at tight end and DST to consider
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    2018 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Four sleepers at tight end and DST to consider

    Because of the low bar to attain top-12 status at tight end, the position is flush with deep sleepers. Sure, there are plenty available in the double-digit rounds, but I'm talking even deeper than that. I'm talking preseason waiver wire fodder. In fact, if your league doesn't have preseason position requirements, and you don't land a top-six tight end, you could reasonably punt tight end in the draft. Instead use that 13th-round pick on an upside running back and pick up a tight end at the end of August. Just make sure your league has a waivers run before Week 1. Who should you be targeting? Here are four right ends with an ADP outside the top 200 this summer. As a bonus, I threw in an entire

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    Countdown to Bills Camp: The Secondary

    Derek Kramer@DerekKramerWGR The Buffalo Bills are just seven days away from the start of training camp at St. John Fisher College in Pittsford, NY. With seven days left, we look at the 7 positional groups between the offense and defense.  Today: THE SECONDARY The Bills secondary was a pleasant surprise for a defense that thrived off of turnovers to mask some of the team's issues in their run to the playoffs. However, one group continued to remain steady from start to finish in the 2017 season in the pass defense. Buffalo ranked second best in the league in passing touchdowns allowed (14) and sixth best in interceptions (18) last season. While part of those strong numbers was due to a run defense

  • The Buffalo Rumblings Podcast: TE, LB, and training camp questions
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    The Buffalo Rumblings Podcast: TE, LB, and training camp questions

    In the latest edition of the Buffalo Rumblings Podcast, John Boccacino and Anthony Marino take a look at two areas where the Buffalo Bills could be sneaky good in 2018: tight ends and linebackers. With training camp starting at St. John Fisher College on July 26, our podcast duo also provided their insights into three burning questions all Bills fans are asking themselves as the team prepares to open training camp. Even though he has battled an assortment of injuries, Charles Clay has been a solid contributor during his time in Buffalo. Last year, Clay led the team in receiving yards (558) and was second to LeSean McCoy in receptions (49). He averaged 11.4 yards per catch as a reliable pass catching

  • Bills Links, 7/19: What will Brian Daboll's offense look like?
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    Bills Links, 7/19: What will Brian Daboll's offense look like?

    One of the more underrated storylines this offseason is around the new offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills. Brian Daboll returns home to Buffalo after spending last season with the Alabama Crimson Tide, and questions remain regarding his offensive scheme. It figures to be one of the bigger stories at training camp, and is highlighted today courtesy of BuffaloBills.com. Additional stories highlight Eric Moulds, Micah Hyde, Tremaine Edmunds and much more. Camp Countdown: No. 9 - What should be expected from Brian Daboll's offense? - BuffaloBills.com "While Daboll does subscribe to that method of formulating a game plan, he puts matchups ahead of it when it comes to putting his weekly plan

  • NFL.com names Bills 'thinnest' offense in entire league
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    NFL.com names Bills 'thinnest' offense in entire league

    It's no secret, the Buffalo Bills will once again rely heavily on their defense to lead it to the postseason once again this year. You'd be hard pressed to find someone who thinks the offense will lead the way. You're much more likely to find folks who think the opposite. In fact, NFL.com thinks overall, from top-to-bottom on offense, that the Bills will have problems moving the ball. Chris Wesseling from NFL.com dubbed the Bills entire offense the 'thinnest' in the whole NFL. Here was Wesseling's reasoning behind the decision: 1. Buffalo Bills offense: Which position is the headliner here? If LeSean McCoy ends up missing extended time due to a recent home invasion that involved an alleged assault