Posts Tagged ‘Leodis McKelvin’

Tale of the Tape: Are the Bills Giant-killers?

Just a week ago, the Bills beat the media’s favorite “Dream Team” and now sit atop the AFC East. At 4-1, do the Bills have what it takes to be a contender this year? A lot of questions can be answered after Sunday’s game with the New York Giants.

Playbook: ‘Eye in the Sky’ focused on Texan DEs

One of the best matchups of the weekend has to be football’s version of the “Running of the Bulls,” a ground-and-pound contest between Texans RB Arian Foster and Raiders RB Darren McFadden.

Despite his struggles, Sims-Walker should start

Mike Sims-Walker has been a disappointment, but I’d still start him in Week 5.

Bills went playmaker with first pick

Buffalo’s choice of RB C.J. Spiller shows that the Bills are trying to get some explosive playmakers.

Wednesday injury reports: Tomlinson back at practice

The first official injury reports have the week were released Wednesday. While the Chargers finally got RB LaDainian Tomlinson back, a number of other key players — Willie Parker, Marc Bulger, Vince Wilfork and Cedric Benson — were unable to practice.

Week 3 injury report: Pennington tweaks shoulder

Chad Pennington, Shawne Merriman and Frank Gore were among the key players who sustained injuries in Week 3.

Thursday injury reports: Welker upgraded for Patriots

The official Thursday injury reports have been filed around the league, and here are some of the key injuries we’re following heading into Week 3 games.

Bills starting OT Butler done for season

The Buffalo Bills have announced that starting RT Brad Butler, who suffered a knee injury in Sunday’s 33-20 win over the Bucs, is out for the season.

Week 2 report: Hasselbeck among key injuries

Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck and Eagles RB Brian Westbrook were among the players who sustained injuries in Week 2.

Eager to see if Buffalo can bounce back

While this game might not register on the must-see list, I am curious to see if Buffalo has the fortitude to bounce back from a heartbreaking loss to New England. I’m also eager to see if it makes some tweaks to the offense that should challenge the offensive line, quarterback Trent Edwards, and the team’s wide receivers.

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