Here's a look at the most notable statistics from Buffalo's second road win of the season in week five. QB Tyrod Taylor, CB Stephon Gilmore and P Colton Schmidt provided key contributions in the victory.
DE IK Enemkpali was added to the active roster Monday after serving a four-game league-imposed suspension. They also put RB Cierre Wood on injured reserve.
Buffalo's defenders made a commitment to not lose their composure no matter how much adversity they had to face. On Sunday there was plenty, but team issued wristbands helped to remind players to keep their cool.
Tyrod Taylor's production was just as anemic as the rest of the offense in the first half. Come the second half however, Taylor used his legs and arm to make a handful of game-changing plays in the come from behind victory.
Rex Ryan, Chris Hogan, Tyrod Taylor, Stephon Gilmore and others discuss Buffalo's 14-13 come-from-behind victory in Tennessee.
Buffalo's defense held the team in the game early when their offense got off to another slow start.
As the NFL season enters the second quarter, the Bills head to Nashville for a big road game, and here's why you should be pumped.
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Buffalo will be without LeSean McCoy for a second straight week, but there's an outside chance that Sammy Watkins will suit up Sunday.
The Bills defense and offense will have to be at their best in the red zone and
The Bills are a quarter of the way through the 2015 NFL season. Below are a list of observations on the team from national media through the first four games.
Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown officially declares October 8, 2015 "One Buffalo Day" to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Terry and Kim Pegula assuming ownership of the Buffalo Bills in addition to the Buffalo Sabres.
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.
|09/05/2015||Waived C Dalton Freeman, DB
|09/04/2015||Waived G William Campbell, WR Andre Davis, LB
|09/01/2015||Claimed C Dalton Freeman and LB
|08/31/2015||Released DE Michael Buchanan, CB Ross Cockrell, RB Fred Jackson, DT Justin Hamilton, LB Andrew Hudson, T Terren Jones, CB Ellis Lankster, S Kenny Ladler, S Wes Miller, G DJ Morrell, DE
|08/21/2015||Signed free agent QB Austin Willis. Waived DT Jeremy Towns.|
|08/20/2015||Reach an injury settlement with TE Clay Burton and release him from injured reserve list.|
|08/19/2015||Signed free agent RB
|08/18/2015||Signed free agent LB
|08/17/2015||Signed free agent CB