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CB Maxwell, LB Jenkins inactive for Miami

Posted by Chris Brown on December 24, 2016 – 11:51 am

The Dolphins will be without two starters on defense today against the Bills. Here are the rest of the Dolphins inactives. 

QB Ryan Tannehill

CB Jordan Lucas

CB Byron Maxwell

LB Jelani Jenkins

TE Thomas Duarte

TE Domonique Jones

WR Leonte Caroo

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Glenn inactive, Kouandjio to start at LT

Posted by Chris Brown on December 24, 2016 – 11:30 am

Bills LT Cordy Glenn will not play today as Cyrus Kouandjio makes his fourth start at left tackle this season in Glenn’s absence. Here are the rest of Buffalo’s inactives for today’s game against the Dolphins.

QB Cardale Jones
WR Dezmin Lewis
LB Lerentee McCray
OT Cordy Glenn
TE Logan Thomas
TE Gerald Christian
DL Jerel Worthy

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Recent visits to Buffalo not pretty for Dolphins

Posted by Chris Brown on December 24, 2016 – 10:25 am

The Dolphins have lost each of their last four games in Buffalo, and the last three haven’t even been close.

Miami has lost their last three games at Buffalo by an average of 18 points.

Turnovers by Miami has dominated the trend. Here’s a look at the Dolphins last four losses at New Era Field.

Nov. 15, 2012 – Bills win 19-14 – Dolphins commit three turnovers
Dec. 22, 2013 – Bills win 19-0 – Dolphins commit two turnovers
Sept. 14, 2014 – Bills win 29-10 – Dolphins commit two turnovers
Nov. 8, 2015 – Bills win 33-17 – Dolphins commit one turnover

Running the football was also a problem for Miami in those four losses. They averaged just over 40 yards rushing in those four defeats (40.5 yds/gm).

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Dolphins will be young on the corner

Posted by Chris Brown on December 24, 2016 – 9:20 am

The Dolphins look like they’re going to be pretty green on the corner in their matchup with the Bills today. With Byron Maxwell (doubtful) not expected to play due to an ankle injury it leaves Miami depending on a rookie and a second-year corner to start.

Rookie Xavien Howard will start. Opposite him is supposed to be second-year CB Bobby McCain. He’s questionable with knee and hand injuries, but he practiced fully late in the week. If for some reason he can’t go that would push second-year CB Tony Lippett into the starting lineup. McCain typically shifts to play slot corner against three wide sets with Lippett coming on to play the boundary.

It’s an issue that Dolphins head coach Adam Gase is trying to manage. One thing he is encouraged by is how well the young players have communicated with their fellow defensive backs on the field.

“No issues with the communication. I think the longer they’ve practiced together and played in games, and I know ‘X’ (Xavien Howard) is just coming back; but he has been out there. He has been in meetings to where that comes back pretty quick. I feel confident about those guys doing a good job within a game, making sure that we’re all on the same page,” said Gase. “If we do have any kind of errors, those are things we’re going to have to learn from and we have to learn quickly. We have to minimize those as much as possible.”

Either way the Dolphins corners will be facing two receivers who were out injured for the first meeting with the Bills, Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods.



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50-50 raffle winner from Bills-Steelers game announced

Posted by Kelly Baker on December 24, 2016 – 8:12 am


The Buffalo Bills Foundation is proud to announce that Joseph Mastrorili has won the 50-50 raffle for the Bills-Steelers game. The jackpot was $87,931 with a winning ticket for $43,966!

Congratulations, Joseph!

For details on the Buffalo Bills Foundation’s 50-50 raffle, visit here.


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Dolphins CB Maxwell doubtful

Posted by Chris Brown on December 23, 2016 – 3:12 pm

There’s a good chance the Dolphins will be without their most experienced cornerback Saturday against the Bills.

CB Byron Maxwell failed to practice all week due to an ankle injury. Head coach Adam Gase didn’t rule out the possibility of him playing despite not practicing all week, but didn’t sound optimistic.

“Normally I feel pretty good about a guy that’s going out there – especially a veteran player – performing after not practicing all week,” said Gase. “We still need to figure out where he’s really at. I’m not going to put him out there unless I feel like he feels really good. I don’t want to have a setback. We’re still going through a process. Right now it’s just not … he hasn’t gotten as well as we thought he would this late in the week.”

LB Jelani Jenkins is also doubtful for the game, which means Neville Hewitt is the likely starter Saturday.

Here’s the Dolphins full injury report.

Player Pos Injury Game Status
Isa Abdul-Quddus S Ankle QUESTIONABLE
Kiko Alonso LB Hamstring/Hand QUESTIONABLE
Jermon Bushrod G Shoulder QUESTIONABLE
Jelani Jenkins LB Knee/Hand DOUBTFUL
Byron Maxwell CB Ankle DOUBTFUL
Bobby McCain CB Knee/Hand QUESTIONABLE
Ryan Tannehill QB Knee OUT
Mario Williams DE Ankle QUESTIONABLE

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Glenn doubtful for Saturday

Posted by Chris Brown on December 23, 2016 – 12:30 pm

It’s looking more and more like Cyrus Kouandjio will be starting at left tackle in place of Cordy Glenn against the Dolphins. Glenn is listed as doubtful for Saturday’s game with a back injury.

Head coach Rex Ryan wasn’t optimistic about Glenn when he last spoke to reporters on Thursday. Glenn was limited in practice Wednesday, but could not practice Thursday or Friday.

LB Lerentee McCray – concussion

OT Cordy Glenn – back

DT Kyle Williams – back
WR Sammy Watkins – foot
TE Charles Clay – knee
G John Miller – hip
FB Jerome Felton – foot
LB Preston Brown – foot
DL Jerel Worthy – shoulder

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Fan Friday 12-23

Posted by Chris Brown on December 23, 2016 – 11:22 am

Merry Christmas Bills fans! Let’s get to your questions from email at and on Twitter at @ChrisBrownBills.

1 – @ChrisBrownBills some people think Bills should experiment Cordy at RT and keep Cyrus at LT thoughts?

Derek Babcock

CB: What makes this suggestion so interesting is gone are the days where the left tackle has to be your absolute best lineman. Most NFL defenses have two quality pass rushers on either side of their formation. Perfect example is this week’s opponent. The better pass rusher is Cameron Wake, but he lines up on the left side of Miami’s defensive formation, which means he’ll be facing RT Jordan Mills.

So each week it’s not an absolute. The point I’m trying to make is moving Glenn to right tackle is not as big a deal as it might have been 10-15 years ago. Now does that mean that it will happen? That depends.

We have to see how the offseason unfolds in terms of who is retained in free agency and who is not. Jordan Mills is set to become an unrestricted free agent. As a starter on this roster for the last year and a half, he’ll presumably command a pretty respectable price tag.

Knowing that Seantrel Henderson’s long term health is a touch and go situation, if the Bills want to retain Mills they’ll have to put together an offer that is at least competitive with market value.

The caveat here is what the organization thinks of Kouandjio. He’s certainly made some sizable strides with his game this year. Just this week he also stated that he feels he has better motor memory on the left side instead of the right.

Kouandjio’s rookie contract is up after 2017. If they decide they want to invest long term in Kouandjio it could impact the size of any extension offer they might present to Mills.

If Mills is ultimately not retained I think the scenario you suggest could at least be a consideration, knowing that Kouandjio would presumably be elevated to starter opposite Glenn. And knowing Kouandjio feels more comfortable playing the left side, Glenn being flipped to the right is not out of the realm of possibility.

Just keep in mind that a lot of dominoes have to fall to get to that point.


2 – @ChrisBrownBills Chris, what the hell is going on over there?!

Andy Mac

CB: I think based on some of the national media tweets/reports there is a general perception that the sky is falling at One Bills Drive. Embedded at the facility every day I can say it truly is business as usual. There is no sense of foreboding in the building. Coaches and players are interacting as they typically do. Management is interacting with the coaching staff as they usually do. And there is no indication that anybody is walking on eggshells around here.

As GM Doug Whaley stated in his radio interview Friday morning, the focus is on the Dolphins. And quite frankly if there were coaches and players in the building who weren’t focused on that, then there would be a problem.  


3 – @ChrisBrownBills Are the Bills liking Seymour starting? Do they have faith in Darby to step in next year as a cheaper option to Gilmore?


CB: Much like the first question above, this is something that will be evaluated in the offseason. I know that management and the coaching staff is very excited about Seymour’s potential. I have to say taking the time to watch him work against Oakland’s Amari Cooper when Ronald Darby was out of the lineup, he performed well. His only blemish was getting beat on a double move for a TD. That might sound bad, but his performance on the whole in that game was quite good. It was encouraging to see him step up and play that well.

I think the club wholeheartedly believes in Darby, and I think they’re encouraged about the ceiling for Seymour. In an ideal world they’re able to re-sign Gilmore, but if his asking price is still in the Josh Norman stratosphere ($15M/yr) I just don’t see it happening in Buffalo.

In that case the Bills would have to move on and go with Darby as their No. 1 and Seymour would compete to be the No. 2 with whomever else might be added (free agency/draft).


4 – @ChrisBrownBills #FanFriday Is the lack of a “2 min drill” or urgency at end of half/game more on TT, Rex or Lynn? It’s been 2 yrs of this.

Joe Maglie@rockdj69

CB: I respect the point you’re making. Part of Buffalo’s success in two-minute situations is about opportunity, but unquestionably part of it has been a reluctance to really push the ball down the field.

This might sound surprising, but Buffalo is ranked 10th in the league in scoring at the end of the first half, when I believe most fans have taken issue with Rex Ryan’s approach offensively. According to Statspass, the Bills have scored 52 points at the end of the half this season, which is slightly above the NFL average (48 pts).

When it comes to points scored on their first possession of the second half Buffalo is tied for sixth in the league with 37 points.

It’s my belief that their success rate coming out after halftime has prompted the Bills to play it a bit more conservative at the end of the first half.

I think an overlooked factor with Buffalo’s decision to be conservative at the end of the first half on offense is rooted in their desire to keep their opponent from scoring before the half expires.

Buffalo’s offense by nature is a ball control offense. With Sammy Watkins out for half the season their ability to have a quick strike scoring drive was severely hampered. It’s my belief that Rex Ryan felt his best defense at the end of the half was an offense that held onto the ball, knowing they’d have the ball again to start the second half in all but a couple of games this season.

Proof of that approach working for the most part this season (it didn’t at Oakland), is Buffalo ranks fifth in the NFL in preventing scores by their opponents at the end of the half. They’ve given up just 27 points all season at the end of the second quarter.

And I credit their offense for holding onto the ball and not giving it back to their opponent almost as much as I credit Buffalo’s defense for that statistic.


5 – @ChrisBrownBills if the Bills, simply by luck of geography, were in AFC South, would futures of Rex, Whaley & Tyrod look much diff right now?


CB: Your question is an interesting one to ponder. Having two games against the Jaguars sounds a whole lot better than two games against the Patriots. Perception can often impact an opinion of the job being done by a head coach, quarterback or organization in general.

I think we can all agree that Buffalo would likely have more than seven wins if they played in the AFC South. So that very well could alter the public opinion of Rex Ryan, Doug Whaley and the team in general.

But that’s not reality. You have to deal with where you are and Buffalo is in the AFC East.

Doug Whaley said they’re not satisfied with where they sit, but they are what they are at 7-7, which is average. They want better, just like all Bills fans do. Only ownership knows if they’re opportunity to achieve better beyond this year will be in the cards.


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Miami likely to be without LB Jenkins

Posted by Chris Brown on December 22, 2016 – 3:08 pm

Miami LB Jelani Jenkins has been battling knee and hand injuries the past couple of weeks. He played against the Jets last week, but struggled in space. He didn’t practice again on Thursday. It has Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph doubtful that he’ll be in the lineup on Saturday.

“We’re hopeful,” said Joseph of Jenkins. “He’s been beat up an awful lot this year. He tried to go for us last week because he knew Kiko (Alonso) was kind of in between going. So he tried to go for us. He just couldn’t do it. But you commend him for trying and rehabbing all week and having his knee drained and all of those things. He tried to go but he just couldn’t finish for us. I’m not sure (if we will have him again this season) and hopefully we’re playing longer than two weeks and he can come back and help us win.”

Neville Hewitt is listed as Jenkins backup at outside linebacker.


S Isa Abdul-Quddus



Thurs. Participation


LB Kiko Alonso Hamstring/Hand Full
G Jermon Bushrod Shoulder Full
LB Jelani Jenkins Knee/Hand DNP
CB Byron Maxwell Ankle DNP
CB Bobby McCain Knee/Hand Full
QB Ryan Tannehill Knee DNP
DE Mario Williams Ankle Full

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Rex concerned about Glenn’s availability

Posted by Chris Brown on December 22, 2016 – 12:49 pm

Cordy Glenn was limited in practice on Tuesday and Wednesday, but could not practice on Thursday due to a nagging back issue. Head coach Rex Ryan is concerned about whether he’ll be available for Saturday’s game against the Dolphins.

“I don’t know,” said Ryan after Thursday’s practice. “We’ll see how he does, but that was not a good sign today.”

Glenn missed a pair of starts earlier this season after he aggravated a high ankle sprain that forced him to miss time in training camp. Cyrus Kouandjio would step in at left tackle if he can’t go on Saturday.

Fortunately RT Jordan Mills was back at practice Thursday after a 24-hour bug kept him out of practice Wednesday.

Here’s a look at Buffalo’s injury report for Thursday. Final status for Saturday’s game is not due until Friday.

OT Cordy Glenn – back
LB Lerentee McCray – concussion

G John Miller – hip
FB Jerome Felton – foot
DT Kyle Williams – back
TE Charles Clay – knee
LB Preston Brown – foot
WR Sammy Watkins – foot
DL Jerel Worthy – shoulder

QB Tyrod Taylor – groin
RB LeSean McCoy – knee
OLB Shaq Lawson – foot
OLB Jerry Hughes – hamstring

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FanDuel fantasy update

Posted by Chris Brown on December 22, 2016 – 9:05 am





Last week, the Bills had some fun putting together an impressive 33-13 victory over Cleveland.  This week, it’s a divisional game against Miami, and, as we all know, divisional games are always a battle…especially when the opponent is a warm weather team flying into New York at the end of December. Here are three Bills who FanDuel players hope can take advantage of the cold weather match-up:

LeSEAN McCOY – RB – $9,100
If you take a pass on Shady this weekend, you’re doing so at your own risk. Not only has he been running on all cylinders—he dropped 30.4 FanDuel points on Cleveland last week—but Miami comes into Buffalo as owners of the NFL’s second worst defense against the run. McCoy is the priciest FanDuel option this week at running back…and justifiably so.

CHARLES CLAY – TE – $4,500
Not to toot our own horn, but last week, we touted Clay big-time, and we nailed it. He had a terrific performance, hauling in all seven of his targets for 72 yards and one touchdown…yet for some reason, his FanDuel price tag stayed put at $4,500. Sounds like a nice little holiday present, right?

Two interesting factoids for Bills fans: One, last week, Tyrod Taylor ran the ball seven times and racked up 49 yards. Two, as noted, the Dolphins run defense has struggled this year. So it’s possible that when Taylor’s not handing the ball to McCoy or passing it to Clay, he’ll do some running of his own.

Who are you drafting on your Daily Fantasy team this week? Play Fantasy Football on FanDuel

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Season Ticket Member of the Game – Dave Errick

Posted by Kelly Baker on December 21, 2016 – 10:39 pm

Dave Errick, has been a loyal Bills Season Ticket Member for over 40 years. A Buffalo native, Errick has been attending Bills games since 1970 when he returned from serving in the Vietnam War and became a Season Ticket Member shortly after in 1972. When reflecting on the many Bills memories he’s made over the years, Errick fondly recalls two of his favorites. Like many Bills fans, “The Comeback Game” sits atop Errick’s list as one of the most memorable Bills games he’s attended. Another game that Errick vividly remembers, and describes as the most exciting, is the 1990 AFC Championship game against the Raiders.

“Probably the most exciting one was in 1991 — a playoff game when we played Oakland,” said Errick. “We won 51-3. It was super cold that game.”

Over the years, Errick has enjoyed watching a variety of Bills players take the field. His all-time favorite Bill is linebacker Darryl Talley and current favorite is defensive tackle Kyle Williams. For Errick, game days at New Era Field signify an opportunity to spend quality time with his family members and support the Bills. Each game, Errick makes sure to arrive early so that he can watch as the Bills warm-up before kickoff.

As a veteran, one important part of Errick’s game day experience is the singing of the national anthem.

“That’s always been one of my priorities (the national anthem)…especially being a veteran,” said Errick.

Errick has also come to enjoy the perks associated with being a Bills Season Ticket Member. His favorites include, the Bills Bucks Card and the user-friendly Account Manager.

Congratulations, Dave!

The Buffalo Bills would like to thank Dave for his many years of being a loyal Bills Season Ticket Member and our Season Ticket Member of the Game for the month of November. In addition to Dave being selected as a Season Ticket Member of the Game, he received two pregame on-field passes to the Bills versus Jaguars game on Nov. 27, a club seat upgrade, an autographed football, and select 2016 Bills merchandise.

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

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Ajayi expecting another good day vs. Bills

Posted by Chris Brown on December 21, 2016 – 4:41 pm

Miami RB Jay Ajayi is a first alternate for the Pro Bowl after his breakout 2016 season. The Bills gave up 214 yards to Ajayi in the first meeting as he averaged 7.1 yards per carry with a touchdown in Miami’s come from behind win. Ajayi comes into Saturday’s game confident they’ll have another good day against Buffalo’s 27th ranked run defense.

Ajayi remembers how everything fell into place in the first meeting with the Bills and believes they can make it happen again.

“I think we were just clicking,” Ajayi said. “We were running hard. (We were) healthy. (We) just had a good day against them and we plan to have another good day this (Saturday).”

Ajayi wouldn’t be surprised if the Bills present some eight man fronts to stop him, but he said if they do their passing game will victimize Buffalo’s secondary as they did the Jets last week.

“I expect them respecting our rushing offense, putting a lot of guys in the box. It’ll be a tough day, but I think we still want to be able to get some stuff done on the ground, and we’re excited for the challenge.”


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Dolphins nicked up in secondary

Posted by Chris Brown on December 21, 2016 – 3:59 pm

The Dolphins won’t have starting QB Ryan Tannehill on Saturday against the Bills. Matt Moore will make his second straight start. On defense Miami has a nicked up secondary with three players on the injury report.

Starting S Isa Abdul-Quddus (ankle), starting CB Byron Maxwell (ankle) and his backup CB Bobby McCain (hand/knee) were all limited in practice Wednesday.

Former Bill Kiko Alonso was also limited with hamstring and hand injuries.


S Isa Abdul-Quddus





LB Kiko Alonso Hamstring/Hand Limited
G Jermon Bushrod Shoulder Full
LB Jelani Jenkins Knee/Hand DNP
CB Byron Maxwell Ankle DNP
CB Bobby McCain Knee/Hand Limited
QB Ryan Tannehill Knee DNP
DE Mario Williams Ankle Full

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Jordan Mills sits with illness

Posted by Chris Brown on December 21, 2016 – 3:49 pm

Bills RT Jordan Mills sat out Wednesday’s practice with an illness. He along with Kyle Williams and Lerentee McCray were the only non-participants at practice.

Sammy Watkins, Charles Clay, Preston Brown and Lorenzo Alexander all returned to practice after missing Tuesday’s workout.

LB Preston Brown Foot Limited
TE Charles Clay Knee Limited
FB Jerome Felton Foot Limited
T Cordy Glenn Back Limited
LB Jerry Hughes Hamstring Limited
LB Lerentee McCray Concussion DNP
G John Miller Hip Limited
T Jordan Mills Illness DNP
WR Sammy Watkins Foot Limited
DT Kyle Williams Back DNP
DT Jerel Worthy Shoulder Limited

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Incognito says he’s a 1st alternate for Pro Bowl

Posted by Chris Brown on December 21, 2016 – 2:24 pm

Richie Incognito made the Pro Bowl outright last season. This year he came close again.

Incognito confirmed Thursday that he’s a first alternate for this year’s NFL all-star game.

Other Bills who confirmed their Pro Bowl alternate status were Kyle Williams (1st alternate), Jerome Felton (2nd alternate), Stephon Gilmore (2nd alternate), Brandon Tate (2nd alternate), Zach Brown (3rd alternate) and Tyrod Taylor (3rd alternate).

As a Pro Bowl alternate you can still play in the game if a Pro Bowl starter is unable to play due to injury or pulls out of participating in the game.

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Rex: Win Sunday was tune-up for Miami rematch

Posted by Chris Brown on December 20, 2016 – 9:04 am

Bills head coach Rex Ryan made his weekly appearance on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550 and reviewed Buffalo’s win over Cleveland Sunday. He’s hopeful that their convincing 20-point victory will serve as a springboard into Saturday’s rematch with the Dolphins, who put an end to Buffalo’s four-game winning streak back in Week 7.

“No disrespect to Cleveland because they have a lot of good players on that team, but this (win) was like a tune-up before a huge match,” said Ryan. “This team got the better of us and pushed us around and were more physical than we were the last time we played them. We’ve got a chance to return the favor.”

The Dolphins were 2-4 going into their first meeting with the Bills, who were 4-2. Since that come from behind win by Miami, the Dolphins have won six of their last seven. Buffalo meanwhile has won three of their last seven games.

The Bills need the win Sunday and a lot of help to keep their flickering playoff chances alive.

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Vote for Shady

Posted by Chris Brown on December 20, 2016 – 8:26 am

Bills RB LeSean McCoy is up for the NFL FedEx Ground Player of the Week for his Week 15 performance against the Browns. McCoy rolled up a season-high 153 yards and a pair of touchdowns as he went over 1,000 rushing yards for the season in the 20-point win for Buffalo. Here’s a look at his competition.

Green Bay’s Ty Montgomery went for 162 on the ground on 16 carries in a 30-27 win over the Bears.

Atlanta’s Devonta Freeman rumbled for 139 yards on 20 carries and three touchdowns in the Falcons win over the 49ers.

You can vote for Shady here as many times as you like. Winners are announced at the end of the week.

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Felton, O’Leary played big factor in game plan

Posted by Chris Brown on December 19, 2016 – 12:30 pm

Buffalo went with a heavy dose of 21 (2 backs, 1 TE) and 22 personnel (2 backs, 2 TE) in their win over Cleveland Sunday. Indication of that came in the playing time for both Jerome Felton and Nick O’Leary.

Felton got a season-high 39 snaps Sunday, while O’Leary’s 28 snaps were surpassed only in the game that Charles Clay missed in Oakland (70 snaps) the rematch against New England (43) and the 313-yard rushing day against San Francisco (38 snaps).

The Bills felt they could not only run effectively out of those power formations with two backs (Felton, McCoy) and two tight ends (Clay, O’Leary), but by putting those personnel groups on the field, they could keep Cleveland in base defense and get Clay mismatches in the pass game on linebackers.

“Yes, staying in our ‘Tiger’ (two tight end) personnel definitely forces their safeties and linebackers on the field,” said Tyrod Taylor. “We also run the ball out of those formations a lot too. It was a great plan going into the game and our guys did a great job of executing.”

Clay had a season-high seven catches Sunday.


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Shift in Bills OLB rotation

Posted by Chris Brown on December 19, 2016 – 12:19 pm

With Shaq Lawson now up to speed with Buffalo’s defense his play time saw a sharp spike in Week 14 against the Steelers when he made his first NFL start. In that game he got 46 snaps for 61 percent of the playing time. But as part of the three-man OLB rotation, Lawson saw that play time drop off this past Sunday.

Lawson got just 19 snaps, playing just 33 percent of the defensive plays. He contributed a tackle and a forced fumble in the winning effort.

The lion’s share of the work went to veteran Lorenzo Alexander, who rewarded the defensive staff, tying for the team lead in tackles with seven, 1.5 sacks and a pair of QB hits. He played 58 snaps on defense.

Jerry Hughes got 43 snaps for 74 percent of the work on defense, and had three tackles, a sack, two tackles for loss and a quarterback hit.

Last week the snap counts went as follows.
Alexander – 54 snaps (72%)
Lawson – 46 snaps (61%)
Hughes – 30 snaps (40%)

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