It wasn't pretty, but the Buffalo Bills figured out a way to beat the Tennessee Titans in Nashville on Sunday. The Bills fell behind 10-0, didn't gain their first first down of the game until 7 minutes were left in the first half, but in the second half Tyrod Taylor scored on a 22-yard run and connected with Chris Hogan on a two-yard pass for another score and it held up for a 14-13 win.
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw a late interception that the Tennessee Titans used to score the winning touchdown to beat the Buffalo Bills 35-34 at Wilson Stadium. There were a lot of reasons the Bills lost; the punter shanked a 22-yarder, the coach twice decided not to go for two points that would have tied the game. There were a lot of dumb decisions and poor plays in Sunday’s game, but when it comes do
The hype around this Buffalo Bills team is surely helping out at the ticket office. Buffalo's match up with the Tennessee Titans on October 21st has already sold out. Why is there a rush to see the Titans? Is it Jake Locker, the new QB? Is it the fact that the Bills have a chance to roll the Titans? Wait, I know ... people want to buy tickets for
The Buffalo Bills have committed to their quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. However, they want to make sure that if something should happen to him, it wouldn't mean the end of the season. So tomorrow, they'll be taking a look at former Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Vince Young.
Will the Bills win another game the rest of the season? You gotta wonder. They do a few good things, then turn the ball over, or take a penalty or somebody misses a block. It’s all the little things in football that contribute to a victory and the Bills just don’t have enough of that going for them.
Last week, the Tennessee Titans parted ways with Jeff Fisher. He was the longest tenured coach in the NFL at the time. Now they're in the interview process to find a new head coach and they're bringing in a trio of former Bills head coaches.
For Buffalo sports fans it was just another addition to the list of heartbreaking failures along with "Wide Right" and "No Goal". Do you remember where you were on January 8th, 2000? It was the last time the Buffalo Bills played in an NFL playoff game - 11 years ago. It was a game that went from what looked like an incredible comeback victory for the Bills to a heartwrenchin