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The Buffalo Bills have faced serious adversity over the last two weeks. The biggest adversity have been the array of injuries to key starters for the Bills, namely safety Micah Hyde, who was lost for the entire season due to a neck injury. Six more starters kissed the week 3 loss to the Miami Dolphins, with more injuries suffered in that game.
The Buffalo Bills are set to play the Baltimore Ravens in tomorrow’s week 4 game. However, many fans across Buffalo and the NFL landscape are still caught up in what transpired last Sunday between the Bills and Miami Dolphins. Just before the end of the first half, Dolphins quarterback...
The Buffalo Bills finally won a one-score game. Believe it or not, the Bills have not won a one-score regular season game since 2020, but did so in style today. Buffalo beat the Baltimore Ravens 23-20, overcoming a 17-point deficit at M&T Bank Stadium. The Bills defense was the star...
The Buffalo Bills pulled out the comeback win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday but there might not be much celebrating at One Bills Drive. One of the biggest plays of the game came late in the game when All-Pro safety Jordan Poyer made an interception in the endzone on a Ravens' 4th down throw by LaMar Jackson. As Poyer made the interception, he ran right into the Ravens' wide receiver.
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Most of the time, when reporting these stories, we don't really know the person we are writing about. This time I do. Former 16-year NFL veteran and UAlbany assistant football coach, Jim Sweeney unexpectedly passed away on Saturday. The news rocked the New York Jets organization, as well as Sweeney's friends and family at the University at Albany.