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Miami stadium renovations include new grass

Posted by Chris Brown on October 22, 2016 – 11:46 am

Much has been made of the Dolphins, Hard Rock Stadium renovations, which will now put 92 percent of the seats in the shade thanks to a giant canopy. Previously just 17 percent of the seats were in the shade. Down on the field there are changes too.

The grass is new. It’s called Paspalum Platinum grass. The club made the change because it grows well in shade and in hot, humid climates. With the added shade provided by the canopies they claim they needed a more versatile grass surface. The grass is thicker than normal turf grasses, which players believe plays slower than regular grass.

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Miami’s Foster ques.; Dolphins down both TEs

Posted by Chris Brown on October 21, 2016 – 5:46 pm

Miami RB Arian Foster is questionable this week, but was a full participant in practice all week. He’s expected to play. How much is the question. 

Foster had just three carries in last week’s game as Jay Ajayi got the bulk of the load. But the Dolphins offense might be hindered by an absence of tight ends. 

Both Jordan Cameron and Dion Sims are out with concussions. That means former Bill TE MarQueis Gray will have to play a large role. Here’s a look at the Dolphins final injury report. 


TE Jordan Cameron – concussion

TE Dion Sims – concussion

CB Xavien Howard – knee


RB Arian Foster – hamstring

LB Jelani Jenkins – groin

LB Spencer Paysinger – hamstring/calf

C Tony Lippett – hamstring

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Bills unlikely to have Dareus or Woods

Posted by Chris Brown on October 21, 2016 – 2:57 pm

While the chances of Marcell Dareus and Robert Woods are at about 25 percent to play Sunday and LeSean McCoy is a true question mark for the game, there are a couple of questionable players expected to take the field at Miami.

DT Kyle Williams, OT Cordy Glenn and TE Charles Clay are probably the most likely questionable players who will suit up Sunday.

Rex Ryan said he wasn’t ready to completely rule out Dareus or Woods, but they’re seen as long shots at best. Here is Buffalo’s full injury report.

OT Seantrel Henderson – back

DT Marcell Dareus – hamstring
WR Robert Woods – foot

TE Charles Clay – ankle
FB Jerome Felton – back
CB Kevon Seymour – shoulder
OL Patrick Lewis – knee
OT Cordy Glenn – ankle
DT Kyle Williams – neck
RB LeSean McCoy – hamstring

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Fan Friday 10-21

Posted by Chris Brown on October 21, 2016 – 11:28 am

Big division game this week. Good to see McCoy practicing here on Friday. Let’s get to your questions from email at and on Twitter at @ChrisBrownBills.

1 – @ChrisBrownBills

What is the plan for Zach Brown after the season? He’s played at such a high level, any plans to re-sign him?


CB: At the rate he is performing I would be stunned if the club didn’t make efforts to re-sign Zach Brown. He’s currently on a one-year contract. Brown has proven himself as a valuable every down player. Even though Reggie Ragland will be back in the fold next season, Brown is simply too versatile and plays well off of Preston Brown inside.

Even if the team was to start Ragland next year, I would expect Brown to play a role in the subpackages knowing how strong he is as a coverage player. So I’d look for the Bills to make every effort to keep him in the fold.
2 – @ChrisBrownBills

Any plans to get Justin Hunter more involved in the offense?

Natalie Roberts

CB: I would say that’s a given more out of necessity than anything else. Hunter is a big target who can run. As the offensive coaches have said they’re working on Hunter’s sense of urgency, more so in practice, to do everything the same way that he does in a game so he’s as prepared as possible. As he gets more and more familiar with the offensive scheme I would expect his role to increase provided he continues to perform.


3 – @ChrisBrownBills

With Sammy out and Woods being banged up, any chance Bills make a deal for a WR before trade deadline? Alshon Jeffery?


CB: While I would never rule out a trade knowing Doug Whaley’s willingness to listen to just about any offer, I don’t see Jeffery as a viable option. First, he’s way too expensive. He’s playing on the franchise tag this year at $14.55M. So he’s going to be expecting giant money after this year.

I would also expect the Bears to ask for a king’s ransom knowing they need to rebuild that roster with talent. Chicago has one of the weakest rosters in terms of talent in the NFL (San Fran and Cleveland are the others). And to trade away assets for a guy you may only have for 10 games is not a wise move.

Buffalo is winning right now with the pieces they have. If that changes pursuing a trade might become a more realistic option for them. They have until Nov. 1st with the trade deadline pushed back a couple of weeks from where it used to be.
4 – @ChrisBrownBills
Good lord! This is week 3 for Dareus and the hammy? Is it really the hammy or is he just badly out of shape? Weird

Joe bach@jbach127

CB: I’m not going to pretend to be a doctor or an athletic trainer, but I have pulled my hamstrings multiple times in my more athletic days as a college athlete. I can tell you that hamstring pulls can sometimes take up to four or five weeks before the muscle tissue has healed to the point where they can withstand the burst in acceleration needed in athletic competition.

Here’s what you have to understand. A hamstring pull or strain will feel fine when a recovering player is jogging or slowly builds up their speed. That doesn’t happen in an NFL game, maybe ever. It is a game played in five to 10 second increments where linemen go from an idle stance to 100 miles per hour in a second.

Dareus’ entire game as a defensive lineman is based on explosion or instant acceleration.

A hamstring pull becomes vulnerable when the athlete makes a sudden burst to get to a ball or take down a ball carrier in Dareus’ case. It’s the demand put on the hamstring muscle when a burst of speed is made that it can pull again if not completely healed.

Dareus has to explode out of his stance about 50 times a game, so his hamstring muscle has to be healed number one, and then have enough strength and endurance built back into the muscle before he can go out and play 50 snaps at top speed. Otherwise it will pull again and you’re looking at another three to five weeks with him on the sideline.


5 – @ChrisBrownBills what can we expect from Shaq?

Adam Smolka

CB: I think we can expect to see Shaq Lawson play a decent amount of snaps, maybe 20-30 if I had to guess. He’s apparently been pretty impressive in practice this week. I know he had an interception on a pass to the flat in practice Wednesday. If he comes out like a house on fire, it could be more.

Knowing Lerentee McCray is coming off a knee injury I would anticipate that Lawson could get some of his snaps that he gets rotating in for Alexander and Hughes, even if McCray is dressed and able to play.


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Arian Foster closer to full return for Miami

Posted by Chris Brown on October 20, 2016 – 3:43 pm

Miami RB Arian Foster saw his first action last week since Week 2 due to a hamstring injury. He only had three carries for three years in the win against Pittsburgh, but Foster is expected to have a bit more of a role this week against the Bills.

Foster was a full participant in practice both Wednesday and Thursday.

“It’s more of a mental thing at this point with this injury,” said Foster. “It’s still a little physically limited, but in order to gain confidence it’s something you have to do. You have to be repetitive on it. You have to keep getting reps on it in order to build that strength back at football speed, because you can do anything you want in the training room, but it’s not going to emulate football speed.”

He and Jay Ajayi are expected to handle the bulk of the rushing load for Miami.

Player Pos Injury Participation Wednesday Participation Thursday
Jordan Cameron TE Concussion DNP DNP
Arian Foster RB Hamstring FP FP
Xavien Howard CB Knee DNP DNP
Jelani Jenkins LB Groin FP FP
Jason Jones DE Not injury related DNP FP
Tony Lippett CB Hamstring LP LP
Spencer Paysinger LB Hamstring/calf LP
Dion Sims TE Concussion DNP DNP

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Woods still hoping to play Sunday

Posted by Chris Brown on October 20, 2016 – 2:23 pm

Robert Woods missed a second straight day of practice. He’s dealing with an undisclosed foot injury. Woods said he is still trying to get to a point where he can play Sunday in Miami.

“I’m still day to day and just getting treatment to try to get back as fast as I can,” said Woods. “I don’t want to say too much on it. I just want to get healthy and get back as fast as I can and make it through the rest of the year. It’s a big game for us so I’m doing everything possible to play this week.”

Woods confirmed that he had an X-ray, but there’s no broken bone in his foot. He said it’s an injury that can heal in time. In the throes of an NFL season however, it might prove difficult to get back to 100 percent.

As for Rex Ryan’s assessment of where Woods and the other non participants in practice stand, Buffalo’s head coach is not ready to declare anyone out for Sunday’s game.

“I think the fact that these guys don’t practice I don’t think is a good sign. But that doesn’t mean than any of them are ruled out for Sunday,” said head coach Rex Ryan.

Here’s the Bills injury report following Thursday’s practice.

DT Marcell Dareus – hamstring
OT Seantrel Henderson – back
RB LeSean McCoy – hamstring
FB Jerome Felton – back
WR Robert Woods – foot

TE Charles Clay – ankle
LB Lerentee McCray – knee
CB Kevon Seymour – shoulder
OL Patrick Lewis – knee
OT Cordy Glenn – ankle
DT Kyle Williams – neck

CB Corey White – shoulder
OT Cyrus Kouandjio – ankle

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Bills & ADPRO Sports High School Coach of the Week

Posted by Kelly Baker on October 19, 2016 – 6:39 pm


The Buffalo Bills are once again proudly partnering with ADPRO Sports in 2016, to recognize some of the best high school football coaches Western New York has to offer through the High School Coach of the Week program.


The Buffalo Region Coach of the Week for Week 7 is Mike Fatta, head coach of the Cheektowaga Warriors. On Friday, Oct. 14, Cheektowaga took on rival Maryvale at home. Coming into the contest, both teams were undefeated at 6-0. After a hard fought game on both sides, Cheektowaga came away with a 34-26 victory over Maryvale in overtime to propel the Warriors to a perfect 7-0 on the season. Leading the way for the Warriors on offense was senior quarterback Eric Bartnik who put up 178 yards and three touchdowns on the ground, and another 345 yards passing for two touchdowns. On defense junior cornerback Alekzander Bryant put the game away when he intercepted Maryvale on a critical fourth down in OT. The Warriors, who have now clinched the B West Division title, will host Burgard for a playoff game on Friday, Oct. 21.


The Rochester Region Coach of the Week for Week 7 is Brennan Briggs, head coach of the Batavia Blue Devils. On Friday, Oct. 14 the Blue Devils traveled to Clyde-Savannah for a non-conference matchup. After a scoreless first half, the game went into triple-overtime. In the end, Batavia came out on top defeating Clyde-Savannah 40-34. With the win, the Blue Devils are 7-0 for the second consecutive season. Leading the way for the Blue Devils on offense was sophomore running back Ray Leach who compiled four rushing touchdowns on the night. On defense, junior defensive tackle Anthony Ray finished the game with eight tackles and a sack. Batavia’s next contest is set for Friday, Oct. 21 at home against University Prep.

Check back on each week for the announcement of the Coach of the Week winners and tune in to the John Murphy show each Tuesday afternoon to hear the winners announced on the show. All Coach of the Week winners will receive $1,000 for their high school football program and will be recognized on-field prior to the Bills vs. Browns game on December 18. Good luck to all of the high school football coaches this season from the Buffalo Bills and ADPRO Sports!


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Miami claims DE Williams off waivers

Posted by Chris Brown on October 19, 2016 – 5:35 pm

The Dolphins added another defensive end named Williams to their roster Wednesday. Miami announced they have been awarded defensive end Nick Williams off waivers from the Kansas City Chiefs and have placed safety Reshad Jones on injured reserve.

Williams has played three seasons with the Chiefs (2014-16), appearing in 21 games with 14 tackles (nine solo). He played in five contests with the Chiefs this season, before he was waived on Tuesday. Williams originally entered the NFL as a seventh-round selection (223rd overall) by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2013 NFL draft.

Jones, a Pro Bowl safety, suffered a torn rotator cuff that will require season-ending surgery.

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Why Shaq is familiar with the defense

Posted by Chris Brown on October 19, 2016 – 5:28 pm

Bills top draft choice Shaq Lawson took part in his first practice Wednesday as he was full go. And by most accounts he was consistent with the execution of his assignments. Lawson explained why.

“I’ve been involved with the defense from day one since I got hurt,” he said. “Jerry (Hughes) and Kyle Williams have been helping me through the process since I had surgery. So when I came out here today I felt like I was picking things up fast. I knew what to do and the installs that we had today. So those older guys were helping me.”

Hughes has been a sounding board for Lawson since he was drafted and has been mentoring the first-round pick since the spring.

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Felton, Henderson, McCoy added to injury list

Posted by Chris Brown on October 19, 2016 – 4:18 pm

The Bills already had a good-sized injury list. They had to add to it on Wednesday.

OT Seantrel Henderson did not practice due to a back injury and FB Jerome Felton and RB LeSean McCoy both left practice early with back and hamstring issues respectively.

Player Pos Injury Participation Wednesday
Marcell Dareus DT Hamstring DNP
Seantrel Henderson T Back DNP
Lerentee McCray LB Knee DNP
Robert Woods WR Foot DNP
Cordy Glenn T Ankle DNP
Charles Clay TE Ankle DNP
Corey White CB Shoulder LP
Cyrus Kouandjio T Ankle LP
Kevon Seymour CB Shoulder LP
Patrick Lewis OL Knee LP
Jerome Felton FB Back LP
LeSean McCoy RB Hamstring LP

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Dolphins injury report

Posted by Chris Brown on October 19, 2016 – 3:46 pm

The Miami Dolphins have been without TE Jordan Cameron and Dion Sims due to concussions. They’ve also not had rookie CB Xavien Howard due to a knee injury. It looks like Pro Bowl S Reshad Jones is not only out for this week, but likely the season with a torn rotator cuff.

That according to Miami head coach Adam Gase.

“Yes, he will be out,” said Gase of Jones. “We won’t get him back this season. It’s a big impact. Any time you’ve got a Pro Bowl player and you lose a guy … the leadership that he has brought for us has been something that I’ve asked of him about him speaking up on certain things and becoming more of a vocal leader, which was something that was outside of what he had really done in the past. But he embraced that role and has really done a great job as far as leading on and off the field. The thing we have to do now is we have to step up. Guys have got to move into some positions here that they need to make some plays and we’ve got to play great team defense.”

Here’s the rest of the Dolphins injury report.

TE Jordan Cameron – Concussion
CB Xavien Howard – Knee
S Reshad Jones – Shoulder
DE Jason Jones – Not Injury Related
TE Dion Sims – Concussion

CB Tony Lippett – Hamstring

RB Arian Foster – Hamstring
LB Jelani Jenkins – Groin

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Jim Kelly receives room dedication at ECMC

Posted by Kelly Baker on October 19, 2016 – 1:45 pm


Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly and ECMC dedicated a new room to the hospital on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The “Kelly Tough Room,” where Kelly received care at ECMC during his bout with cancer, features memorabilia donated by Kelly. In attendance at the dedication ceremony were a few special guests including, the Kelly family, ECMC caregivers and some of the physicians and nurses who attended to Jim during his cancer treatment.

The Kelly Tough Room will provide a source of inspiration to patients and their families who receive care at ECMC.



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NFL & NFLPA make concussion protocol enhancements

Posted by Chris Brown on October 19, 2016 – 1:41 pm

The NFL and NFLPA issued a joint statement on the handling of the concussion protocol involving Cam Newton in Week 1 and Bills QB Tyrod Taylor in Week 2. Here were their findings on head referee Ed Hochuli’s decision to remove Taylor from Buffalo’s game against the Jets.

The NFL and NFLPA have conducted reviews of the application of the Concussion Protocol in the September 15th Bills-Jets game. That review showed Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor sustain a big hit that included helmet-to-helmet contact.  Mr. Taylor seemed to be unsteady on his feet.  Prior to any actions by the club physician, Booth ATC Spotter and/or UNC, referee Ed Hochuli directed Mr. Taylor to the sideline for the required sideline examination. The club medical team and UNC reviewed the video and conducted the required examination, cleared Mr. Taylor and returned him to the game.

The league and the Players Association review also said that the parties involved acted appropriately in the Cam Newton case as well and that the delay in examining Newton on the sidelines was due to a technology glitch when the UNC and team doctor for the Panthers requested video replay of the hit sustained by Newton and could not review it in a timely fashion. The NFL & NFLPA statement concludes by saying they have implemented enhancements to the concussion protocol which will be the below.


  • Concussion Protocol to require the Booth ATC Spotter to remain in contact with the club medical team and provide video support until the medical team confirms that a concussion evaluation has occurred;
  • The NFL Head, Neck and Spine Committee, together with the NFLPA Medical Director will conduct a conference call with all UNCs to review changes to the Concussion Protocol;
  • The NFL, in consultation with the NFLPA, will use Referee Ed Hochuli’s actions in Buffalo as an example of the appropriate application of the Concussion Protocol and proactive officiating in this realm as part of its continuing training of game officials;
  • The NFL and NFLPA are reviewing the merits of supplementing the Booth ATC program with a Booth UNC program as part of their continuing evaluation of the Protocol to ensure the best possible care of our players. 


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Lawson anxious to get career started

Posted by Chris Brown on October 19, 2016 – 11:15 am

He’s had to wait an extra six months to work with teammates and begin his NFL career. Today he’ll hit the practice field with the Bills for the first time since his shoulder surgery. Over the past six months he has been in player meetings so he’s up to date on the scheme. According to the vets on the defensive side of the ball, he’s about as eager as a rookie could be to play again.

“For sure. I just see him when he’s in there getting treatment he’s always asking us questions. He tells me he’s watching the game and how excited he is. So when you hear that and that he’s paying attention and watching us on TV and everything he’s seeing and how exciting the defense looks. When you hear that you know he’s really anxious and that’s cool. He’s young and eager to join us.”

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Final look: Taylor, Douzable with solid play in Wk 6

Posted by Chris Brown on October 19, 2016 – 9:59 am

In the final review of Sunday’s blowout win over the 49ers, while Tyrod Taylor’s passing numbers didn’t pop off the stat sheet they were very efficient. Proof of that comes in ProFootballFocus’ game review of the win.

They pointed out how effective Taylor was in moving out of the pocket and making plays, by buying time and spotting targets downfield.

When blitzed he completed 83 percent of his throws for 133 yards and two touchdowns, which goes to show that Tyrod is comfortable when he’s moving the pocket. Going into today Taylor had the highest time to throw in the league at 3.22 seconds, most of that being contributed to him moving around giving his receivers time to separate. When he attempted passes 10 yards or farther down the field, there was success to be had as he completed five of seven for 103 yards and a TD. 

On defense it was Leger Douzable who was an under the radar performer in the win.

Douzable was especially effective against the run, earning an 83.9 run defense grade to lead the Bills defensive line. Douzable only had two tackles (both of which went for stops) but he dominated the interior of the 49ers offensive line all game long, squeezing gaps shut and clogging up the point of attack. 

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Season Ticket Member of the Game – Tim Gibney

Posted by Kelly Baker on October 19, 2016 – 9:01 am


Tim Gibney, a dedicated, long-time Buffalo Bills fan, has proudly supported the team for over 30 years. As a Season Ticket Member, Tim attends each home game with his brothers, John and Chris. For Tim and his brothers, coming to Bills games is an opportunity to spend quality time with one another–especially during the tailgate.

The Gibney family’s tailgate ritual includes getting to the parking lot early to toss around a football, play a few games, and have a cook out. Over the years, Tim has come to cherish game days at New Era Field. From the comradery in the parking lot, to the exciting atmosphere during each game, Tim can’t get enough of Bills football.

When reflecting on his fondest Bills memories, Tim and the whole Gibney family can agree that “The Comeback Game” is their favorite. Committed to the Bills, Tim always stays until the end of each game and “The Comeback Game” against the Houston Oilers was no different.

Throughout his time as a Season Ticket Member, Tim has enjoyed watching many Bills players take the field. His all-time favorite is linebacker Darryl Talley and his current favorite is quarterback Tyrod Taylor.

Congratulations, Tim!

The Buffalo Bills would like to thank Tim for his 30+ years of being a loyal Bills Season Ticket Member and our first Season Ticket Member of the Game for the month of October. In addition to Tim being selected as a Season Ticket Member of the Game, he received three pregame on-field passes to the Bills versus 49ers game on October 16, a club seat upgrade, an autographed football, and select 2016 Bills merchandise.

If you would like to nominate a Season Ticket Member of the Game, email us the account number, name, and the reason for your nomination to Please use the subject line, “STM of the Game Nomination.”

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Bills family supports Eric Wood at Flights & Bites

Posted by Kelly Baker on October 18, 2016 – 4:27 pm


Bills center Eric Wood hosted his second annual Flights and Bites event in downtown Buffalo on Monday, Oct. 17. The event, which followed the team’s big win over the San Francisco 49ers, featured many players who chose to spend their time off supporting their teammate. Coming together for a good cause, the evening consisted of both silent and live auctions to benefit the Eric Wood Foundation, which seeks to provide aid to families of sick children.

“Just a fun…Monday night, (it’s a) chance for a lot of the guys and coaches to come out and interact with a lot of the fans and raise money for sick children and their families here in Western New York,” said Wood. Especially after a win yesterday (Sunday, Oct. 16), the spirits are always high and people are in the giving spirit in times like that.”

The support from the Bills family proved truly tremendous, as over 30 Bills players and coaches attended the event. The turnout included, Bills general manager Doug Whaley, head coach Rex Ryan, offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn, quarterback Tyrod Taylor, safety Aaron Williams, guard Richie Incognito, defensive tackle Marcell Dareus, wide receiver Marquise Goodwin, linebacker Reggie Ragland, safety Colt Anderson, cornerback Kevon Seymour, linebacker Lorenzo Alexander, kicker Dan Carpenter, defensive tackle Kyle Williams and many more.

For more information on the Eric Wood Foundation, visit here.

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Game-worn jerseys now available on Billieve Auction

Posted by Kelly Baker on October 18, 2016 – 4:23 pm

Bills fans, there’s still time to bid on special game-worn and autographed pink merchandise at the Buffalo Bills Foundation Billieve Auction held on Bills Experience!

In addition to autographed items, including cleats, footballs, and signage, game-worn jerseys from the Bills vs. 49ers Week 6 matchup are now up for bid. The jerseys available include, center Eric Wood, linebacker Lorenzo Alexander, linebacker Preston Brown, safety Aaron Williams and linebacker Jerry Hughes.


A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Buffalo Bills Foundation and will be designated to breast cancer related charities.

Bids can only be made on Bills Experience, which is available on Bills Mobile/My One Buffalo App. The auction will close on Thursday, Oct. 20 at 6 p.m. ET.

To bid now, click here.

The Buffalo Bills Foundation supports organizations that are committed to improving the quality of life in our region. This will be achieved through philanthropic investment in our community along with supporting NFL and team charitable initiatives.

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Vote for Shady

Posted by Chris Brown on October 18, 2016 – 10:24 am

Bills RB LeSean McCoy is up for FedEx Ground Player of the Week again after his 140-yard, three touchdown day against the 49ers. But he’s got stiff competition this week, including a Dolphins running back who went off last Sunday.

This is McCoy’s third nomination this season. Here’s a look at his competition.


Ground Nominees

  • Jay Ajayi of the Miami Dolphins rushed for 204 yards on 25 carries and two TDs in a 30-15 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
  • LeSean McCoy of the Buffalo Bills rushed for 140 yards on 19 carries and three TDs in a 45-16 win over the San Francisco 49ers
  • David Johnson of the Arizona Cardinals rushed for 111 yards on 22 carries and three TDs in a 28-3 win over the New York Jets.

Every week, following the Monday Night Football game, through Thursday at 3 pm ET, fans can visit or tweet using #AirandGround and the nominees’ last name to cast their vote. FedEx and the NFL will announce the winners every Thursday afternoon and then FedEx will award a $2,000 donation in the winning players’ names to The USO.

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Dareus update

Posted by Chris Brown on October 17, 2016 – 8:23 pm

Bills head coach Rex Ryan said there was no timetable on when Marcell Dareus would return to the lineup. They just have to let the defensive tackle’s injured hamstring heal.

When asked about the chances for Dareus to suit up this week, Ryan was withholding judgment.

“We’ll see how it goes,” Ryan said. “That hamstring kept him out of this game. It’s crazy. We spent a third of this season already and he hadn’t been out there. It’s also a positive thing in that we have to get the big dude back. Hopefully it’s sooner than later. There’s really no timetable for him that I’ve talked with our trainers about or anything else. It just has to get better.”

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