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Chan Gailey Says Fred Jackson’s Injury is “Not Good”

RB Fred Jackson left Sunday’s game late in the fourth quarter with a knee injury and did not return. On Monday morning while making his weekly appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550 head coach Chan Gailey provided an early prognosis. “It’s not good,” Gailey said. “It’s a minimum of two to three weeks. […]

Chan Gailey Says Loss to the Patriots Won’t Linger for Long

The Bills held a 14-point lead in the 3rd quarter Sunday, only to end up allowing a total of 52 points and losing to the Patriots in stunning fashion. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick said he’s worried about the loss lingering, but coach Chan Gailey said that he know the team can’t sit back and feel sorry […]

2012 NFL Week Four Preivew – New England vs Buffalo

Wounded or dangerous? That’s the big question about the Pats these days, as they are 1-2, under .500 for the first time in 9 years, and ready to head to Buffalo to play the Bills Sunday. Buffalo on the other hand find themselves at 2-1, looking good despite injuries to their two top running backs […]

RB Fred Jackson Out a Couple of Weeks with Right Knee Injury

It’s not season ending – but the Bills will be without running back Fred Jackson for the next couple of weeks. Jackson went down Sunday in the disaster season opener vs the Jets, when his right leg was awkwardly hyper-extended on a first-half carry. “It’s going to be a few weeks,” said head coach Chan […]

WR Stevie Johnson’s Status for Jets Game Up in the Air Due to Groin Injury

The Bills may be without one of their big weapons on offense this weekend against the Jets. Wide out Stevie Johnson has been held out of practice because of a groin injury, leaving his status uncertain. Coach Chan Gailey says Johnson could’ve practiced Thursday, but was held out as a precaution a day after complaining […]

Three Biggest Questions For The Bills in 2012

The 2012 offseason for the Bills has been up and down, but it’s been mostly more ups than downs at this point, and the team is a month away from starting training camp. Today we take a look at some of the bigger questions for the Bills as they enter 2012, and the possible solutions […]

Bills Schedule Lines Up with Easy Games, Gets Tougher Later On

The Buffalo Bills will be looking to build upon a 2011 season where the team finished 6-10 overall.  Without looking into the record one would think that it was just another poor season for the Buffalo Bills in 2011, but the team actually played very well for a good part of the season.  The Bills […]

Gailey Talks Up Spiller and the Ground Game for 2012

This was pretty much assumed when Bills head coach Chan Gailey talked up running back C.J. Spiller last week, saying that he was strong enough to be a workhorse back. Gailey said this past weekend that he envisions something close to a 50-50 split in carries for Spiller and Fred Jackson next season. “I wouldn’t […]