The chic pick for the playoffs used to be the Jets. This year, they seem to be the butt of the joke from fans and analysts alike. On Sunday, Rex’s bunch would like to change the punchline.
Whenever anyone mentions the Buffalo Bills being a young, rebuilding team, they can point to Sunday’s 28-24 loss to the Jets as Exhibit A.
The Giants hope they can stop the ringleader of a Bills offense affectionately labeled “Mis-Fitz.”
With just two touchdowns, including one on a kickoff return, Bills rookie C.J. Spiller never anticipated the transition to the NFL would be so difficult after making the game look easy by scoring 51 times in four seasons at Clemson.
Rookie David Nelson is expected to miss the Buffalo Bills’ season finale at the New York Jets because of a rib injury, leaving the team down yet another receiver.
The Bills will get one more chance to prove themselves when they close out their season Sunday against the playoff-bound Jets.
The Buffalo Bills remain on the rise, while the Miami Dolphins are headed nowhere fast. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two touchdown passes Sunday for the resurgent Bills, who won 17-14 to eliminate Miami from the AFC playoff race.
Lee Evans didn’t have to look at the scoreboard Sunday to figure out his team was well on its way to another discouraging and frustrating loss.
Terrence McGee missed practice for the second consecutive day Friday, and head coach Chan Gailey declared McGee as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Jets.
Rex Ryan may be brash, but he doesn’t sound too cocky this week heading into a matchup with the winless Buffalo Bills.
The Buffalo Bills will be without at least two defensive starters against the New York Jets this weekend after linebacker Andra Davis and defensive end Marcus Stroud were ruled out due to injuries.