The Buffalo Bills visit the Detroit Lions in Week 4 of the 2015 NFL Preseason.
Both teams sat almost all of their starters for the game allowing a host of younger players to make their best case for a roster spot or practice squad position.
Thigpen 12-yard reception
Ron Brooks 81-yard INT return TD
Wood 18-yard reception
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It’s the last chance to make an impression for those players fighting for one of the last roster spots on the Bills 53-man squad. Buffalo has to reduce their roster to that figure by 4 pm Saturday. Here are some players who could be in that kind of a position Thursday night in Detroit.
Bills RB Boobie Dixon explains why he's a 'super back.' Ben Austro from Football Zebras on his new book "So, you think you know football?" A preview of Thursday night's game with Fox Sports Detroit's play-by-play man Matt Shepard.
Bills RB Boobie Dixon joined The John Murphy Show to talk about his recovery from a calf injury, the importance of making an impact on special teams, and why he's hoping his new nickname sticks.
Jerry Hughes is this week's winner and he received the BENRUS Infantry Watch. Check out more photos of Bills players arriving in style to travel.
Former NFL Fullback and now NFL Network Analyst Michael Robinson called in to The John Murphy Show to discuss why he believes Tyrod Taylor has the tangibles to be an "NFL Championship QB."
NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks talk about Tyrod Taylor being named starting quarterback for the Buffalo Bills, and what he could bring to the team this season.
Perry's Ice Cream surprised Bills players with an ice cream social after the last training camp practice.
Mike Smith, Tyrod Taylor's coach at Hampton High School called in to The John Murphy Show to discuss what he saw from the Bills QB under his tutelage and why Taylor's mindset will help him succeed in the NFL.
The Bills and Lions close out their preseason schedules together again on Thursday night as they meet in the preseason for the 35th time.
Chris Brown and John Murphy preview Buffalo's final preseason game against the Detroit Lions, including the test the young players will face, and Matt Simms getting an opportunity to start at quarterback.
Bills QB Matt Simms joined The John Murphy Show to talk about starting Thursday's preseason game against the Lions, what he hopes to showcase, and how he's improved throughout this preseason.
Bills QB Matt Simms on getting the start against the Lions in hopes of landing a roster spot. Tyrod Taylor's HS coach Mike Smith on what he saw from the Bills QB and former NFL FB Michael Robinson on what makes Taylor a perfect fit for the Bills offense.
The Bills claimed C Dalton Freeman and LB Kevin Reddick. The team released LB Jimmy Gaines and placed T Tyson Chandler on the waived-injured list.
NFL Media's Brian Billick examines Tyrod Taylor's offensive skill set and what his running ability adds to the Bills.
HC Rex Ryan talks about who will play in the final preseason game, an update on Leodis McKelvin, Matt Simms, Dan Carpenter and more.
The Buffalo Bills celebrated USA Football Month at their 2015 home preseason games by inviting 3,500 youth football players, coaches, and families to Ralph Wilson Stadium.
During the Buffalo's 3rd preseason game the Bills recognized August as USA Football month and the Heads Up Football initiative.
Newly named starting QB Tyrod Taylor sat down on The John Murphy Show to discuss why he's ready to lead the Bills in 2015, what he's learned from his NFL experiences so far, and why he'll excel in Greg Roman's offense.
Bills starting QB Tyrod Taylor sits down to discuss why he's ready to lead the team in 2015. GM Doug Whaley on the decision to start Taylor and the reasoning behind the release of RB Fred Jackson. Complete reaction to that and more.
Bills General Manager Doug Whaley sat down on The John Murphy Show to discuss the decision into starting Tyrod Taylor at quarterback and the release of veteran running back Fred Jackson.
The players in Buffalo's locker room had universal respect for the way the three quarterbacks carried themselves and performed in the competition for the starting job, but with Tyrod Taylor named the starter the players are excited about the prospects for Buffalo's offense in 2015.
From an early age Tyrod Taylor saw being a professional athlete as a realistic goal because of the local talents from his community who came before him. Now confirmed as Buffalo's starting QB that dream is becoming a reality.
It was a difficult decision for the Bills organization to make on Monday, but in the process of reducing their roster to the required 75 Buffalo made beloved RB Fred Jackson one of their 14 player moves.
Bills head coach Rex Ryan was pleased with the performance of all three QBs in his competition for the top job. Ryan said he and his staff will decide on a starter for the regular season Sunday.
Buffalo’s defense held the Steelers to under 50 yards rushing in the game (43) and just a 27 percent conversion rate on third down (3-11).
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Bills Radio Network color analyst Mark Kelso joined The John Murphy Show to preview Saturday's preseason game against the Steelers. He discusses the QB situation, the battle for roster spots, and what fans should look for.
There are some recent roster additions who are expected to see more playing time Saturday. They're among our five players to watch vs. Pittsburgh.
On National Dog Day, we collected photos of some of our favorite furry friends sporting their Bills pride!
The Bills hosted a number of community organizations at Training Camp 2015 to take in practice and meet the players.
Heading into the home stretch of Bills Camp 2015, the team hit the practice field for a morning and night practice on a summer weekend in Rochester.
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QB Tyrod Taylor is this week's winner and he received the BENRUS Infantry Watch.
The Bills hosted the Browns for two practices at St. John Fisher College before heading to Cleveland for their second preseason game.