With LeSean McCoy and Karlos Williams' status for Sunday uncertain, Boobie Dixon stands a good chance of being the lead back against Tennessee this weekend.
The signing of veteran K Billy Cundiff cost kickoff specialist Jordan Gay his job, but his presence on Buffalo's roster likely goes further than that.
The Bills made a pair of moves to address their special teams unit and wide receiving corps.
The Bills hit the road again after another tough loss at home. Here’s an early look at some of the storylines to follow headed into this week’s matchup with the Tennessee Titans.
In the wake of a concussion suffered by RB Karlos Williams, the Bills added to their running back contingent Tuesday.
Buffalo's two starting corners have more than held their own through the first month of the season. They each rank in the top 10 in several pass defense categories.
The Bills are averaging almost 12 penalties a game through the first month of the season, but the leaders in the locker room intend to rectify it this week.
The Bills got their pass game going in the second half, but it was still hamstrung by failed third down conversions where Buffalo was just 3-for-16 Sunday.
The Bills were active on Wednesday as they added a kicker, running back and a wide receiver. Safety Aaron Williams set to return, WR Sammy Watkins edging closer.
The Bills defensive tackle talks about communication can be improved heading into the game against Tennessee.
The Bills kicker talks about how he prepares throughout the week, and how that preparation will bring a level of consistency for this weekend's game.
Bills wide receiver Percy Harvin talks about the progression of the offense, his development as a receiver, and how the team has been working on correcting mistakes and penalties on the field.
Bills QB Tyrod Taylor talks about getting Percy Harvin more involved in the offense and facing the Titans defense