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    New England Patriots center David Andrews was not phased by the snow in Orchard Park ahead of the team’s game against the Buffalo Bills on Monday night. The New England Patriots have the opportunity to hold the best record in the AFC on Monday night. They can do so with a win over the Buffalo Bills in snowy and windy Orchard Park, NY. With some players warming up prior to the game, both from a game perspective and keeping warm in general by wearing layers, center David Andrews played some mind games. Andrews walked onto the field wearing a sleeveless shirt and shorts. David Andrews isnt bothered by a little snow pic.twitter.com/8iQD5NRBvi — NBC Sports Bostons Patriots Coverage (@NBCSPatriots) December 6, 2021 David Andrews not bothered by the cold or snow pic.twitter.com/U1p5CLlGlq — Ben Volin (@BenVolin) December 6, 2021 Patriots: David Andrews not phased by cold, snow in Orchard Park Andrews was not phased whatsoever. His teammates were all wearing sweatshirts, sweatpants and knit hats. Andrews said, “Nah, I’m good.” The snow is expected to end once the game...
    BOSTON (CBS) — The Patriots have won six straight games, turning their season around and getting themselves smack dab in the middle of the fight for the top seed in the AFC. It’s been an improbable run, and it has the team and the fans rather excited. But all of those positive vibes can come crashing down if the Patriots take the field Monday night in Orchard Park and get soundly beaten by the Bills. That’s kind of how life works in the NFL. With that in mind, it feels safe to say this is the biggest game of the year for both teams. In the Patriots’ case, a win in Buffalo will create a slight cushion in the AFC East while building tremendous amounts of confidence within the locker room as New England heads into the bye. For the Bills, a win will satisfy the psychotic energy from the 71,000 crazed Bills fans packing Highmark Stadium (when did they start calling it that?) on what’s sure to be a frigid Monday evening. It will also vault the Bills back into...
    This week, Between the Hashmarks looks at how the Buffalo Bills have gone from September Super Bowl hopefuls to a crossroads, the underrated players insiders are watching, plus the Jason Garrett era ending in New York, and more. September was a storybook for the Buffalo Bills, who looked like the most complete team in the league less than two months ago but have since devolved into the NFL’s biggest Jekyll and Hyde tale. Former MVP frontrunner, Bills quarterback Josh Allen has thrown five interceptions over the past three weeks, seemingly regressing to his 2019 form after tossing only three picks in the Bills’ five prior games. Since walking out of Arrowhead 4-1 following a 38-20 victory over the Chiefs that seemingly signaled a changing of the guard in the AFC, as the Bills conquered their 10,000-pound silverback ape after falling in the same venue in January’s AFC Championship Game, the wheels came off Buffalo’s wagons. “The Titans’ defense gave a blueprint now two years in a row to stopping Josh Allen,” an AFC South scout tells FanSided, on the condition...
    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Jonathan Taylor set a franchise record by scoring five times, and took over the NFL lead in both yards rushing and touchdowns, in the Indianapolis Colts’ 41-15 rout of the unraveling Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Taylor scored three times in the first half, including a 23-yard catch, en route to becoming the NFL’s first player with five TDs in in one game since New Orleans’ Alvin Kamara had six TDs rushing in a 52-33 win over Minnesota last Christmas Day. The Bills (6-4) ceded their lead atop the AFC East, falling a half-game behind — guess who? — New England, which Buffalo will play twice over the next five weeks. Taylor finished with a season-high 185 yards rushing and four touchdowns and has 1,122 yards this season after beginning the day tied for the league lead with the injured Derrick Henry of Tennessee. Taylor has 14 touchdowns this season, moving ahead of Arizona’s James Conner, who began the day with 12. Taylor topped 100 yards from scrimmage and scored a touchdown for the eighth consecutive...
    The Indianapolis Colts absolutely dominated the Buffalo Bills on Sunday and Jonathan Taylor had a day to remember.  What in the world happened to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday? The AFC East powerhouse was a favorite to take down the Indianapolis Colts at Bills Stadium in Week 11, but the Colts were downright electric in this one. Indy ended up cruising to a 41-15 victory. Running back Jonathan Taylor put on a show in this one, as he rushed for four touchdowns and added a receiving score as well. While Buffalo is known for its stout defense, the unit didn’t show up on Sunday. Should fans be concerned about the team moving forward?Buffalo looked downright disappointing in the Week 11 loss vs. the ColtsThe Bills are still considered slight favorites to win the AFC and go on to play in the Super Bowl this February. There’s no denying that the team is loaded with talent. With that said, if the Colts can head to Buffalo and make the Bills look this poorly, then it tells us that someone else can...
    The Latest from Week 10 of the NFL (all times EST): — 11 a.m. The Buffalo Bills placed defensive tackle Star Lotulelei on the reserve/COVID-19 list a few hours before kickoff of the team’s game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Defensive tackle Brandin Bryant was elevated from the practice squad to take Lotulelei’s place for the game. Lotulelei has two sacks and 14 tackles in seven games, all starts, this season for the Bills. The 31-year-old Lotulelei opted out last season because of concerns about the pandemic. He was placed in COVID-19 protocols during training camp after he was deemed to be a close contact, and was activated on Aug. 27. Bryant, who joined Buffalo’s practice squad last year, hasn’t played in a regular-season NFL game since 2019 with Cleveland. He was signed by Seattle as an undrafted free agent out of Florida Atlantic in 2016, and has also spent time with the Jets and Miami Dolphins as well as Winnipeg and Montreal of the Canadian Football League. — Dennis Waszak Jr. reporting from East Rutherford,...
    The odds on favorite to win the AFC championship, the Buffalo Bills are struggling right now The Buffalo Bills overtook the Kansas City Chiefs as the odds favorite to win the AFC Championship two weeks ago. Now, they will likely see the defending AFC champions catching up. In Week 9, the Buffalo Bills lost to the 1-6 Jacksonville Jaguars 9-6. The Bills offense, considered one of the best in the league, was dominated by the 25th defense in the league. Josh Allen was sacked four times and threw up two interceptions. Meanwhile, the Bills defense, considered the best defense in the league this season, allowed a Jacksonville Jaguars offense that lost Trevor Lawrence early in the game to score enough points to win. This embarrassing loss comes just a week after the Bills played a close game against a bad Miami Dolphins team. The Bills looked indestructible through six weeks but now look to falling apart.The Buffalo Bills have a tough stretch ahead of themThe Bills have already had their bye week, so there is no slowing down the rest...
    Buffalo Bills legend O.J. Simpson took to Twitter to let fans know he’s at Highmark Stadium to watch the Week 8 showdown against Miami.  Few people in Buffalo have forgotten about the sensational career running back O.J. Simpson had with the Bills. Simpson spent nine amazing seasons in town before closing out his playing says with two years in San Francisco. Well, Simpson hasn’t forgotten about his former team, as he’s still got plenty of love for the Bills. Simpson reminded folks of that on Twitter, as he posted a video of him at the stadium for Sunday’s tilt with the Miami Dolphins. Football Sunday in Buffalo!!! @BuffaloBills pic.twitter.com/e183LwDg02 — O.J. Simpson (@TheRealOJ32) October 31, 2021 O.J. Simpson couldn’t be happier to be at the Bills game on Sunday Simpson posted that video for his fans, as he also went on to relive some of his old glory days. Simpson was a monster running the ball for Buffalo back in the 70s, as he was a five-time First-Team All-Pro selection. Of course, there was the infamous mid-’90s double-murder trial with...
    (CBS Boston) — Playing the matchup game can net a fantasy owner plenty of points if they pick the right player in the right week. It can also lead to losses, since many of the best scorers produce regardless of the opponent and aren’t available on the waiver wire regardless. Kirk Cousins has been fairly steady this season, putting up at least 26 points in four of his six games. And he’s done it against decent defenses. He’ll get another chance in Week 8, when the Minnesota Vikings host the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys defense is middle of the pack, giving up yards and points, in part, because opposing defenses struggle to contain their offense. If this Sunday’s matchup turns into a shootout, expect Cousins to pile up the points. He has the offensive weapons to be a fantasy winner. READ MORE: SportsLine Week 8 NFC East Picks: 'Everybody Is Piling On The Cowboys, And You Can't Blame Them,' Says Larry HartsteinCBSSports.com’s Jamey Eisenberg, Dave Richard and Heath Cummings Sr. have broken down the Week 8 matchups and come up...
    After the Buffalo Bills lost their Monday Night Football matchup against the Tennessee Titans on a controversial coaching decision, Fox Sports host Chris Broussard thought he had the perfect hot take. With seconds left in the game, the Bills bypassed a possible chip shot game-tying field goal and instead attempted to convert on fourth and short. Bills quarterback Josh Allen dove forward for the quarterback sneak, but he slipped and the play was quickly stuffed by Tennessee, ending the game in regulation. Tuesday morning on First Things First, Broussard managed to come up with what he considered obvious analysis, yet shockingly, no other analyst had the gall to utter it. “Yes Josh Allen slipped, but it got blown up on the left side because of the pressure by Tennessee. I wonder why? Could it be because Buffalo’s Pro Bowl left tackle Taylor Lewan was injured?” Broussard asked. The Pro Bowl left tackle was injured in the game and carted off the field to be evaluated for a possible concussion. But Lewan’s injury had no impact on Buffalo’s ability to run...
    The Buffalo Bills elected to go for fourth-and-1 rather than kick a game-tying field goal. They were unsuccessful and lost to the Titans in Week 6. Monday Night Football delivered one heck of a game in Week 6 with the Buffalo Bills visiting the Tennessee Titans. The two AFC foes were trading haymakers throughout the night with Josh Allen and his team pulling out all the stops and Derrick Henry continuing to be unstoppable for Tennessee. Henry’s third touchdown of the night gave the Titans a 34-31 lead with just three minutes on the clock, but that appeared to be enough time for some heroics by Allen and the Bills. And indeed, he drove Buffalo down the field and got them deep into Tennessee territory. After a will run that sent the quarterback airborne was (rightly) ruled short of the line to gain, though, head coach Sean McDermott faced a tough decision. Go for it on fourth down to try and win in regulation or kick the field goal to likely force overtime? McDermott put his faith in Allen and went...
    (CBS Boston) — Having one of the Kansas City Chiefs’ offensive skill players in your fantasy lineup can certainly help your scoring output. But that hasn’t necessarily been a guarantee this season. While Patrick Mahomes has generally been consistent (turnover issues not withstanding), other players have had off-weeks. It’s been feast or famine with receiver Tyreek Hill. Travis Kelce picked up just two points against the Philadelphia Eagles. And running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire sometimes seemed to disappear from the offense. Edwards-Helaire is now on injured reserve with a knee injury. Darrel Williams is set to take over the starting spot. Is he in for a big game against a Washington Football Team defense that can’t seem to stop anyone this season? Or will he struggle to get touches with so much other talent on the field? READ MORE: First Responders Say Many MD Drivers Do Not Move Over Or Slow Down For Vehicles Offering Roadside AssistanceCBSSports.com’s Jamey Eisenberg, Dave Richard and Heath Cummings Sr. have broken down the Week 5 matchups and come up with their best options for you...
    The Buffalo Bills delivered a statement win against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football and one thing is clear: the Bills are better than we thought. A rematch of the AFC Championship would always prove to be an interesting story arc. The Buffalo Bills were hoping to exorcise the demons from nine months earlier while simultaneously improving their record to 4-1. The Kansas City Chiefs — the winners of that playoff game back in January — were looking to get back on track and win back-to-back games. In doing so, they would reassert their dominance over one of the standout teams in the NFL so far. The Bills season so far has been impressive. It started with an ugly loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, but since then, they’ve ripped off four straight wins. That includes the 38-20 victory against the Chiefs on Sunday night. That was the Bills at their best. Josh Allen finished the day with four total touchdowns (3 passing, 1 rushing) and over 300 yards passing, plus another 59 on the ground. The defense wasn’t...
    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — In putting the finishing touches on Buffalo’s most resonating win of the season, cornerback Tre’Davious White made his way to the sideline after recovering Patrick Mahomes’ fumble with a message to the few Chiefs fans who remained. “Bye bye,” White said, waving his hand. In the pouring rain at Arrowhead Stadium, White and the Bills enjoyed a cleansing moment in closing out a 38-20 victory in the early hours of Monday morning. Over a thunderstorm-delayed outing, Buffalo’s offense and defense were lights out in vanquishing the one opponent who stood in their way of reaching the Super Bowl last season. The 38 points matched the Chiefs’ output in a 38-24 win over the Bills in the AFC championship game in January. Josh Allen’s 315 yards passing and three touchdowns mirrored Mahomes’ 325-yard, three-TD outing the last time they met. And this time, Buffalo’s defense flexed its muscles by forcing four takeaways after wilting in two losses to the Chiefs last season, including a 26-17 decision in October. “Last year left a bad taste in my...
    Prosecutors seek detention in Navy submarine espionage case Navalny congratulates Nobel-winning Russian editor © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad When looking for a new No. 1 team in the NFL last week after the Rams lost to the Cardinals, the easy choice would have been to make the top team Arizona. After all, they were (and still are) the only unbeaten team in the NFL. But they’re not the best team in the NFL. The best team plays in Buffalo. The best team, after somehow losing to the Steelers in Week One, has become the Bills. They’ve dominated every game since Week One, with a pair of shutouts and an average victory margin of more than 28 points. Yes, at one point last night it looked as if the Chiefs would make a late run. Down 31-20 in the fourth quarter, the Chiefs intercepted a Josh Allen pass. A questionable roughing the passer call on Frank Clark erased the turnover. The Bills then drove the length of the field to...
    The Buffalo Bills beating the Chiefs 38-20 Sunday night got massive TV ratings. According to TVSeriesFinale.com, the Bills and Josh Allen earning a monster win over the Chiefs and Mahomes averaged 16.46 million viewers on NBC in the early data. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Due to the fact it was a live sporting event, the final viewership number will be higher.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) That’s an absolutely massive number for “SNF,” and it’s just the latest sign that America is rolling again. Not only is America rolling again, but people are loving the fact football is back. Whenever you can hit north of 10 million viewers during a regular season game, you know you’re doing fine. When you get north of 15 million, business is booming.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) It’s also not hard to understand why so many people tuned in. The Bills and Chiefs are both used as Super...
    An ancient Greek philosopher (or maybe it was professional wrestler Ric Flair) once said to be the man, you got to beat the man. And the Buffalo Bills took up that mantle Sunday night because they understood the Kansas City Chiefs have been the team — or the proverbial man — in the AFC for several years now. The Bills knew the Chiefs beat them in the AFC Championship game last season. So the Bills, with hopes of being the new dominant team in their conference this season, understood that if they want to win this year’s title game months from now, they had to beat the Chiefs on Sunday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen celebrates as he runs off the field following an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Ed Zurga) And that’s exactly what they did with a convincing 38-20 victory in Kansas City. So the narrative is the Bills have done something really noteworthy. They’ve knocked the...
    Scream Cast: Where Are They Now? Blackstone Making an Even Bigger Bet on Single-Family Rental Homes © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad It’s the Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday night on NBC as Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes square off in a rematch of the 2020 AFC Championship game. Live coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. ET with Football Night in America. Sunday night’s match-up will also be available via live stream on Peacock. RELATED: Josh Allen takes on Patrick Mahomes in an AFC Championship Game rematch this Sunday night Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills are 3-1 after delivering a crushing 40-0 blow to the Houston Texans at home on Sunday. This was Buffalo’s second shutout of the season–a deed that has only been accomplished by just two other teams in the last 30 years (Washington in 1991 and Baltimore in 2000) who both went on to win the Super Bowl. Buffalo has given up only 44 points in four games. The Bills’ defense held the Texans...
    Getty Matt Milano #58 of the Buffalo Bills looks on during warmups before the game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on December 28, 2020 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. While the Buffalo Bills defense once again left the opposing team with a goose egg on Sunday, defeating the Houston Texans 40-0, just two weeks after beating the Miami Dolphins 35-0, the defensive line might have a huge problem before taking on the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 5. Linebacker Matt Milano left the game in the second quarter on Sunday with a hamstring injury and did not return to the field. Milano, who Pro Football Focus graded as the No. 1 linebacker through the first three weeks of the season, was replaced by A.J. Klein. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! Give Dawson Knox an Oscar. — Jay Skurski (@JaySkurski) October 3, 2021 Here’s the #Bills Matt Milano hamstring injury play. Was doubtful to return. Milano gets pushed from behind by...
    Arizona law criminalizing abortions sought for genetic abnormalities put on hold by judge Failed ATF nominee says he spoke to no one at White House after nomination © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad After Sunday’s game, it looks safe to say Josh Allen officially has his swagger back. The Bills quarterback has been named the AFC offensive player of the week for his performance in Buffalo’s 43-21 victory over Washington. Allen threw for 358 yards and four touchdowns in the contest and ran for a touchdown as well. He was so effective that Buffalo inserted backup Mitchell Trubisky for the game’s final snaps. This is Allen’s seventh AFC offensive player of the week award. He and the Bills will try to keep their offense rolling this week against the Texans in Western New York. Josh Allen is the AFC offensive player of the week originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    Steve Coogan Cast as Jimmy Savile In BBC One Drama ‘The Reckoning’ 3 dead in Amtrak train derailment © Provided by CBS Sports Jul 27, 2018; Pittsford, NY, USA;Team mascot Billy Buffalo poses with a young fan during a training camp session at St. John Fisher College. Who's PlayingWashington @ Buffalo Current Records: Washington 1-1; Buffalo 1-1What to KnowAfter a two-game homestand, the Washington Football Team will be on the road. They will take on the Buffalo Bills at 1 p.m. ET Sunday at Highmark Stadium. Washington will be seeking to avenge the 24-9 loss they suffered the last time these two teams played Nov. 3 of 2019. Washington slipped by the New York Giants 30-29 last Thursday. No one had a standout game offensively for Washington, but they got scores from WR Terry McLaurin, RB J.D. McKissic, and TE Ricky Seals-Jones. QB Taylor Heinicke ended up with a passer rating of 145.30. Special teams collected 12 points for Washington. K Dustin Hopkins delivered a perfect 3-for-3 game. Meanwhile, Buffalo got themselves on the board against...
    Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was carted off the field in the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills and is questionable to return. The first-year starter went down hard after a big hit from Bills defensive end A.J. Epensea. Tagovailoa was attempting a short pass on 4th-and-2 near midfield.  BROWNS’ BAKER MAYFIELD GIVES FANS SCARE  WITH SHOULDER INJURY, RETURNS TO SCORE TD Tagovailoa appeared to grab his ribs before slowly getting to his feet and walking to the sideline. He was then carted off the field and into the locker room.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Tagovailoa was sacked twice on Miami’s first series, then was hurt on the final play of the Dolphins’ second series. He was listed as questionable to return with a rib injury.  Buffalo’s defense has been dominant in the first half, allowing no points. Josh Allen found Steffon Diggs in the second quarter for a five-yard touchdown pass to put the Bills up 14-0 after Devin Singletary scored on a run from the 50-yard line. Miami Dolphins...
    (CBS New York) — It was tough sledding for most of the AFC East in week 1 of the 2021 NFL season, as the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots all opened up the season with losses. The Miami Dolphins are currently atop the division standings at 1-0, earning that spot with a 17-16 win over the Patriots in Mac Jones’ rookie debut. This week, all four teams in the division go head-to-head as the Jets host New England at MetLife Stadium and the Bills travel down to Miami to take on the Dolphins. Transition was the keyword for this group of teams all throughout the offseason, as the Jets and Patriots each start a rookie quarterback, the Dolphins roll with second-year signal caller Tua Tagovailoa, and the Bills look to make their first AFC East title defense since 1995. READ MORE: Denver Broncos Rookie Patrick Surtain II Will Get First NFL Start On Sunday Week two figures to provide a good measuring stick for all four teams to see how each squad’s transition is going early...
    Tua Tagovailoa Miami Dolphins (Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images) The Miami Dolphins are looking to defeat the Buffalo Bills and take a two-game lead in the AFC East. It is rare that a week 2 matchup has such high stakes, but the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills are both desperate for a win on Sunday. Control over the AFC East is at stake and Miami is not going jeopardize their No. 1 spot without a fight. With the Dolphins beating the Patriots last week, it is the Buffalo Bills that find themselves looking up at Miami from third place in the division–and they’ve got a lot to lose. The Bills suffered a disappointing 23-16 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers last week. They looked messy and struggled to get anything going with their offense–three of their four scores were field goals. They’ll have to find the end zone more efficiently against Miami if they don’t want to see their AFC East title hopes quickly slip away. A one-point win over New England Patriots has given the Miami Dolphins some momentum to...