Archive for the ‘Buffalo Bills’ Category

Film review: A tale of two halves for Chiefs’ defense against Buffalo

Friday, October 15th, 2021

It has become increasingly challenging to have faith or confidence in the Kansas City Chiefs’ defense this season. After a very impressive preseason showing, the unit looked entirely different through five regular-season games. Like...

Bills visit Titans eager to keep rolling, get more payback

Friday, October 15th, 2021

Social media and video have made it impossible for the Buffalo Bills to forget their last game against the Tennessee Titans. Derrick Henry stiff-arming Bills cornerback Josh Norman off his feet through the air literally was everywhere as a highlight, gif or meme. Time hasn't eased the memory either.

3 Chiefs Takeaways From Ugly Week 5 Loss To Bills

Thursday, October 14th, 2021

The Kansas City Chiefs‘ Week 5 loss to the Buffalo Bills felt like a weird one. For the first time in what feels like ages, the Chiefs not only lost – they were dominated through and through on both sides of the ball for nearly all four quarters. Patrick Mahomes threw an extremely uncharacteristic two interceptions (though neither really his fault), and the defense was porous in a game that dropped them to a paltry 2-3 record, last in the AFC West.

Bills visit Titans eager to keep rolling, get more payback

Thursday, October 14th, 2021

Social media and video have made it impossible for the Buffalo Bills to forget their last game against the Tennessee Titans. Derrick Henry stiff-arming Bills cornerback Josh Norman off his feet through the air literally was everywhere as a highlight, gif or meme. “We get reminded every time I see highlights,” Bills coach Sean McDermott said of that now infamous play.

All-22 analysis: Some sweet takeaways vs. Kansas City

Thursday, October 14th, 2021

That said, Siran Neal absolutely does a lot of what the Bills have been coaching for years to try to generate turnovers. Neal takes a nice angle and launches (legally) toward the ball. He’s almost certainly going to end the return with a possible turnover as a bonus.

Chiefs begin prep for Washington with mounting injuries

Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

Defensive back Charvarius Ward remained out with a quad injury that sidelined him against Buffalo, and starting guard Joe Thuney missed practice with a broken hand sustained against the Bills. Backup tight end Blake Bell joined the long list of starters on the sideline with a sore back as the Chiefs, at 2-3 and in last place in the AFC West, prepared for their trip to Washington on Sunday.

Titans coach Mike Vrabel knows this year’s Bills will be nothing like the team he faced last year

Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

Mike Vrabel knows how easy his Tennessee Titans made it look to beat the Buffalo Bills a year ago to this day, when they won in a 42-16 romp. The coach also knows last year's injury- and COVID-ravaged Bills squad bears little resemblance to the one the Titans will host Monday night in another game that could have playoff implications.

Chiefs decline in USA TODAY’s power rankings after loss to Bills

Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

Despite an embarrassing loss in prime time, the #Chiefs only dropped one spot in the latest USA TODAY power rankings.

Super Bowl LVI Odds: There Is A New Sheriff in Town

Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

The exciting part about this exercise is that we can follow the ups and downs of our beloved Saints throughout the regular season via the variations of their odds not only to make it to the Super Bowl, but first to even make it to the playoffs, win the NFC South, or earn a first round bye in the playoffs. My favorite website to look at Super Bowl odds throughout the regular season is Five Thirty Eight (FTE). They use the well-oiled Elo rating system.

3 Bills Takeaways From Statement Victory Over Chiefs

Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

In 2020, Bills tight end Dawson Knox received criticism due to his many dropped passes all season long. However, that isn’t the issue anymore as the 24-year-old has already worked on catching the ball as proven by his improved performance this season. Against the Chiefs, Knox was a threat on the offensive end and exceeded 100 receiving yards in a single game for the first time in his career.