For the second week in a row, the Buffalo Bills were able to convert turnovers into a victory. All of the change of possessions and shortened fields helped the Bills do what they have never been able to do before: beat the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Who stood out? Head inside for Joe Buscaglia's weekly film analysis and player grades!
The Bills blowout win over the Jets came with a season-high five touchdowns. It also brought out an awful lot of criticism for the conservative nature of the offensive game plan. Maybe it wasn't as conservative as you think? Jeremy White tackles that, Kraig Urbik's return, and Sammy's latest "WOW" move in this week's All-22 Review.
Over the span of the first eight games, the number one target that has drawn ire from the fan base of the Buffalo Bills was quarterback EJ Manuel. In a very close second is a man that had his success tied to Manuel for the first quarter of the season: offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett. How is he handling the criticism? Inside for more!
The rookie season for Buffalo Bills undrafted free agent safety Kenny Ladler ended before it really even began. The Bills placed Ladler on the Injured Reserve list Tuesday which will end his season prematurely, barring an injury buyout. Details inside!
For only the fourth time since 2000, the Buffalo Bills carry a 5-3 record through the first half of the season and the last two times it happened for the organization -- 2008 and 2011-- the team collapsed and ended the year with a losing record. Can the 2014 version of the Bills bring a different outcome? Head inside to read what they're saying!