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Dareus performing admirably

His offseason wasn’t the kind that any NFL player would want to have, but coming off his best individual game this season this past Sunday, Dareus is a full month into the season and his commitment to the straight and narrow has left his head coach encouraged. 94 more words

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Dareus gets sack in scoring change

Some may have been scratching their head at last Sunday’s game when Marcell Dareus appeared to take down Philip Rivers on the first play from scrimmage in the fourth quarter for a sack, when it was ruled a rush for two yards. 111 more words

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Buffalo Bills Week 2 Primer

The Buffalo Bills host the Miami Dolphins at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday in what will be the biggest home opener in Western New York in years.  991 more words

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Buffalo Bills

2013 record: 6-10 (4th in AFC East)

I imagine a Bills fan thinks of their team like that recurring dream where they are running from a giant dog toward their sanctuary of a home, or that infinitely better dream of about to kiss that long sought-after person when someone starts pounding on the door and the dream comes to a disappointing or horrifying ending. 1,167 more words

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2014 NFL Season Preview: Buffalo Bills

Record: 6-10

Notable losses – WR Stevie Johnson, QB Kevin Kolb, S Jarius Bird

Notable additions – LB Keith Rivers, LB Brandon Spikes, WR Mike Williams, CB Corey Graham, G Chris Williams, WR Sammy Watkins, T Cyrus Kouandjio, LB Preston Brown… 1,382 more words

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Dareus, Meeks injured at practice

There were a couple of injuries at Wednesday’s practice, but at this point the severity of each of them is not yet known.

At head coach Doug Marrone’s post-practice press conference, Vice President of Communications Scott Berchtold stated that Marcell Dareus sustained a hamstring injury and safety Jonathan Meeks suffered a neck injury. 13 more words

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Buffalo Bills 2014 Preview

2013 Record: 6-10

Once upon a time the Buffalo Bills were the most dominant team in the AFC East, no questions asked.  Unfortunately for the Bills, Jim Kelly and Bruce Smith aren’t walking through those doors anytime soon, and it’s time for Buffalo to once and for all get out of the gutters of the league.   1,160 more words