With the onset of one of the biggest storms in western New York history, the Buffalo Bills will work on overdrive to try and ready Ralph Wilson Stadium for the scheduled 1 pm showdown against the New York Jets on Sunday. Details inside!
Starting late Monday night, the western New York area was hit with one of the most historic snowstorms that left people stranded, roads closed and many unable to move. The first wave of the storm hit south of Buffalo quickly and with a lot of force, with some areas getting anywhere from three to six feet of snow. It's left the Buffalo Bills to adjust their weekly plans, too. Details inside!
While the players on the Buffalo Bills are resting comfortably at home during the snow storm on their scheduled day off, general manager Doug Whaley was at work trying to get on the road to scout prospects, as well as conducting an interview with WGR Spors Radio 550 Tuesday. He said a lot of interesting things, head inside to read it all!
The Buffalo Bills are in the midst of a crucial stretch of their season. As long as all goes well at practice this coming week, they'll be getting back one of their best players for Sunday's game against the New York Jets. Details inside!
Since making the switch in Week Five, the Buffalo Bills have posted a 3-3 record with Kyle Orton as the team's starting quarterback. Orton had a solid first four games for the team, only for his efficiency and accuracy to dip over the past two weeks. For now, as Doug Marrone stressed, the job is still Orton's. Details inside!
The season for Buffalo Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin is officially over. On Thursday McKelvin fractured his ankle in the first half of the team's 22-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins and could not return for the remainder of the game, and now, for the rest of the year. Details inside!
The Buffalo Bills suffered a defeat on Thursday night that significantly reduced their chances of making the postseason in 2014, a 22-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins. A major point of contention, once again, was Doug Marrone electing against going for it on a fourth down in the fourth quarter of the game. And he didn't back down from it. Head inside to read what he said!
We’ve all seen this game before. Over the past 15 years, the Buffalo Bills have provided one game every year that signifies the slow crawl toward the end of the year as another wasted season. How did they get there? Head inside for Joe Buscaglia's observations from the Bills' 22-9 loss to Miami!