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Remaining free agents

Posted by Chris Brown on February 27, 2010 – 7:35 pm

With Terrell Owens, Josh Reed and Ryan Denney all told they won’t be back with Buffalo in 2010, here are the other Bills players set to hit the free agent market this coming Friday if they do not re-sign with Buffalo.

Here are the prospective unrestricted free agents.
LB Chris Draft
OL Seth McKinney
G Kendall Simmons
S Todd Johnson
SS Bryan Scott
LB Josh Stamer

Truthfully I believe the only player on this list that’s a respectable priority is Scott, who had a productive season in 2009.

Here are the restricted free agents (under uncapped rules), which the Bills have until March 4th to tender a qualifying offer to retain their rights to them. Otherwise they become unrestricted free agents on March 5th as well.

LB Keith Ellison
QB Gibran Hamdan
OL Richie Incognito
TE Joe Klopfenstein
TE Derek Schouman
OT Jonathan Scott
SS George Wilson
CB Ashton Youboty

On this list Incognito and Wilson would seem to be the highest priorities to tender with Schouman and Youboty seemingly in the next group. Keith Ellison is a productive player, but might not be a fit in Buffalo’s new defensive scheme.


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Owens thanks Bills

Posted by Chris Brown on February 27, 2010 – 7:21 pm

With the news coming down that he will not be offered a new contract by Buffalo, Terrell Owens thanked the Bills organization for his opportunity in 2009.

Via his twitter account Owens said the following.

terrellowens    I would like to thank the great fans in Buffalo,Ralph Wilson & the Bills organization for all their support this past season.

Ryan Denney and Josh Reed were also informed that they would not be presented with contract offers by the Bills either. All three players will be free to shop their services on March 5th.


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Two point attempt was impromptu

Posted by Chris Brown on November 23, 2009 – 12:34 pm

For those that may have been wondering if Buffalo’s two-point conversion attempt was planned after the Owens TD, it wasn’t.

Brian Moorman, to his credit, admitted he bobbled the snap as he was trying to get it down.

“When I put it down it was flat on the ground so I had to improvise,” said Moorman.

The punter almost hit Ryan Denney who released off the line on the broken play, but it was just out of the defensive lineman’s reach.


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Fan Friday 10-23

Posted by Chris Brown on October 23, 2009 – 4:33 pm

We’ll see if the Bills run defense can slow down the Panthers this week. Gotta put the game in Jake Delhomme’s hands for Carolina and hope he’s still throwing a lot of his passes to the opposition (10 INTs). Let’s get to your questions (AskChris@bills.nfl.net).

1. Hi Chris,
 
I was wondering if the Bills have any three-step-drop passes in their offense.  It seems that the protection is not going to hold up for five and seven step drops.  Is this something that the offense has looked at, or has it not been an issue until the protection has broken down? 
 
Thanks,
 Mike in Lancaster

CB: You bring up a good point. In Jim Kelly’s column this week on Buffalobills.com he mentions how more three step drops would help take pressure off the offensive line in protection and allow Evans and Owens to run routes where they can get yards after the catch.

I have to believe the offensive staff has looked at that a lot. And hopefully the touchdown play to Evans against the Jets will encourage them to make more use of it.
2. Hey Chris,
 
What’s the feeling on Ashton Youboty?  I thought he was doing really well starting last year before he went down to injury.  He’s not mentioned much anymore for the defensive backfield?  Are the other guys that much better?  Any word how Ko Simpson is doing in Detroit?  Thanks.
 
Joe (Norwich, NY)

CB: Youboty had a good training camp. It’s just that Reggie Corner and Drayton Florence had better ones. Youboty proved last year he can be a reliable player, but Corner has made more plays on the ball and Florence is probably the most physical corner on the roster.

Youboty has played sparingly as a result. He’s simply running behind those guys on the depth chart. Nothing more to it than that.

As for Ko Simpson he’s lining up at strong safety for the Lions, but he’s a backup. He’s appeared in four games seeing time on special teams. He’s made one start on defense. Simpson has four tackles, two pass breakups and an interception.

 

3. Chris, If the Bills continue to slump this year do you see them taking a run at USC S Taylor Mays? The guy is a freak, who can help a run and help a pass. With Donte being able to play SS and FS do you think Mays would be in the mind of the coaching staff come Draft Day?

CB: I think it’s kind of early to talk draft, because to know what this team needs is very much up in the air at a lot of positions. How does Kawika Mitchell come back from his season ending injury? What happens with free agents like Terrell Owens and Josh Reed? We can’t really peg position needs this early in the game.

That being said Taylor Mays should be a top 10 pick. I just think further fortifying the lines on both sides of the ball might prove to be the priority.
4. Hey Chris
If Kyle Williams and Chris Kelsay do not play who will start in their place?

CB: I think Chris Kelsay will play. If he can’t go Ryan Denney would start in his place on Sunday. Kyle Williams is going to be a game time decision. If he can’t go Spencer Johnson would start in his place.
5. Since Buffalo’s defense has given up more than 1,000 yards on the ground in 6 games, can you believe the players explanation of poor gap responsibility, or is it that we’re simply getting outplayed physically at the point of attack and the second level.  Other than Stroud we don’t have really another big body on the the line, just high motor fineness players.  What do you think?  With the injuries to the line backing core early in the season, could we see the average rush per game numbers go down eventually with defensive signal caller in Poz back in the line up?
                        -Mike

CB: Defensive coordinator Perry Fewell has said he feels the defensive line is doing a good job with their assignments, but referenced the secondary and their inconsistency as part of the problem. He also said the frequent rotation of new players through the lineup at linebacker and safety has not helped.

Personally I think they’ve been really struck by the loss of Bryan Scott. In my opinion he’s the best run defending safety. With him out the last 3 games the Bills have given up an average of 246.3 rushing yards per game.

Keith Ellison told me that poor gap responsibility is just a lack of focus. Nothing else. I think the players have also been guilty of overpursuit at times where they flow too far to the ball to go make a play and leave their assigned gap leaving the team vulnerable to a cutback run.

It’s got to get fixed in a hurry especially with the run game they’re facing this week.


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Players signing at Bills store

Posted by Chris Brown on October 12, 2009 – 1:42 pm

Bills players Fred Jackson, Ryan Denney and Josh Reed will be signing autographs tonight beginning at 6pm at the Bills merchandise store at One Bills Drive.

Denney, Jackson and Reed will sign Billieve pink logo merchandise as part of the Billieve – Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.  Fans can purchase Billieve pink logo merchandise including mini-helmets, t-shirts, caps and knit hats at the store that night or bring Billieve pink logo merchandise they already purchased. 

Fans must present the Bills players with at least one Billieve pink logo merchandise item to be autographed exclusively to support the campaign.  Players will also sign one other item if requested.  Proceeds from the sale of each Billieve pink logo item will benefit the Western New York Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the national American Cancer Society.


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Thurs. player radio appearances

Posted by Chris Brown on October 7, 2009 – 9:05 pm

Here’s the run down of Bills players on the airwaves Thursday.

George Wilson – Janet and Nick in the Morning, Kiss 98.5 @ 7:10 AM
Ryan Denney – Iron Mike in the Morning, 97.7 HTZ-FM, St. Catharines, Ontario @ 7:30 AM
Lee Evans – Morning Bull, 103.3 The Edge @ 7:45 AM

Afternoon
Fred Jackson – ESPN 850 WKNR, Cleveland @ 1:45 PM 
Ashton Youboty – SportsTime Ohio @ 1:45 PM


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What was lost in the loss

Posted by Chris Brown on October 5, 2009 – 3:39 pm

True, the Dolphins had six sacks of Trent Edwards in yesterday’s 38-10 defeat, but Buffalo’s defense also had six sacks in a game where Chad Henne passed just 22 times. That’s not a bad ratio.

George Wilson of all people led the team in sacks with two. The other four were turned in by Aaron Schobel, Ryan Denney, Chris Kelsay and Marcus Stroud.

The Bills haven’t had six sack in a game since they had seven in a 16-6 win at Miami of all placed on Sept. 17, 2006.


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Denney an emergency TE option

Posted by Chris Brown on October 1, 2009 – 6:13 pm

Ryan Denney’s fake FG reception for a touchdown last week didn’t necessarily open the coaching staff’s eyes to the possibility of him playing tight end in a pinch, but he’s been getting some tight end reps after practice the past couple of days this week just in case.

“That’s a great thing for us,” said Dick Jauron. “As an emergency guy he’s a trustworthy and tough guy. Very athletic and he’s obviously shown he has very good hands. He likes to do it. Ryan is the kind of guy that will do anything for the team. He gives you a nice safety net.”

Denney has lined up at tight end before in his career with the Bills under former head coach Mike Mularkey.

“Back with coach Mularkey I ran some tight end a couple of games that year and I’ve played some goal line tight end,” said Denney.

Denney has prepared to play the position under Dick Jauron whenever the team has been short at the tight end position.

“It’s something I’ve done the last couple of years here when we’ve had a lot of tight end injuries,” he said. “Those can put you in a bind with the roster and trying to get guys in for one week. Even in Week 1 I was working on some run blocking and some pass routes. It’s mostly an emergency thing.”

With Shawn Nelson practicing fully on Thursday, its unlikely Denney will need to be pressed into action as the team should have three healthy tight ends this weekend.


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Fan Friday 9-11

Posted by Chris Brown on September 11, 2009 – 10:31 pm

Couple of days before the opener. Monday night should be electric.

1. Hey Chris,
Since the release of Walker, have the bills attempted to contact Levi Jones?
Thanks, Ryan

CB: To my knowledge at this point (Friday afternoon) no there has not been contact with Levi Jones representatives. Jones has been a popular name among the Bills fan base. But he’s been sticking to an asking price that’s been considered far too high for any NFL team to stomach. Being an injury risk as well doesn’t help his cause.

 

2. What made Ryan Denney more valuable than Copeland Bryan to our team? I’m speaking for dozens of barber shop analysts and bloggers I’ve encountered throughout the offseason, who praised the play of Bryan, and incorrectly assumed he’d contributed more than enough last season and this pre-season to earn a role on the Bills.
Thanks, Grownmango

CB: I think the Copeland Bryan decision was the most difficult on the entire roster. Bryan at age 26 still has some upside and Buffalo has some veteran ends that they chose to keep. That’s never an easy call. The coaching staff obviously felt that Denney, who was coming off a career season in ’08, was a better option as a rotational defender in Buffalo’s scheme.

True, Bryan might be a better pass rusher than Denney, but Denney has the better overall game. He can defend the run, bat down passes and kick inside to tackle in passing situations. I think it was Denney’s versatility that made him the pick for the coaching staff over Bryan.

 

3. Hey Chris,
If the regular season is as exciting with production, as the preseason was with regard to changes, then we’re in for a quite a ride! It really appears that the coaches are gung-ho with this no-huddle offense, so it made perfect sense to replace Walker with a younger more athletic and fit.

Demetrius Bell should be able to keep up with a hurried pace, and who can pull on some sweeps and run various screens without calling for oxygen.

My question is Chris, how has this offensive line fared against our own defensive line in practice? And do you think the defensive coaches and players believe that the new kids can get the job done based on how they’ve performed against Stroud and company?
Die hard Bills fan,
AJ66

CB: Unfortunately during the regular season we’re not allowed to watch the team portions of practice so as to protect game plan formations and plays for that week’s opponent. So we don’t really have an opportunity to watch the newly assembled offensive line against the first team defense or the scout team for that matter. Usually during the regular season the offense goes against the scout team defense more than anything else to prepare for that week’s opponent.

 

4. Hey Chris,

I saw that Buffalo traded Ko Simpson last week to Detroit. What did Buffalo get in exchange for Simpson?
Thanks, Brad D. London, ON

CB: An undisclosed draft pick in 2010. We probably won’t find out what round that pick was in until the draft draws closer in April. Dick Jauron told me that depth at safety is what made Simpson expendable.

5. Why did the Bills release Langston Walker? Seems like a very bizarre move, no?
Matt S.

CB: I think the timing of the move was surprising, but it was complicated by Demetrius Bell’s back injury. This was a move the staff wanted to make a few weeks ago, but once Bell was injured it was put on hold until they knew he’d be ready for the opener.

Walker was released because he failed to meet expectations over on the left side. His less than gung-ho attitude about taking on the challenge of playing on the left side also was a factor in my opinion.


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Former coach Edwards has 4 Bills on his All AFC East team

Posted by Chris Brown on September 10, 2009 – 1:58 pm

Former Jets and Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards was asked by the Sporting News to put his all-division team together for the AFC East, and while some of his picks were surprising, he’s got four Bills on his squad.

Ryan Denney, Leodis McKelvin, Brian Moorman and Terrell Owens all made his All-AFC East contingent.

The other DE paired with Denney by Edwards was New England’s Ty Warren. The cornerback paired with McKelvin was the Jets’ Darrelle Revis and the receiver opposite Owens was New England’s Randy Moss.


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Ellis and Bryan rotating at DE

Posted by Chris Brown on July 25, 2009 – 11:59 pm

In the morning practice veteran Copeland Bryan saw most of the reps with the second team defense at right defensive end. But that changed in the afternoon session.

Chris Ellis switched roles with Bryan, with Ellis seeing more time with the second unit while Bryan took Ellis’ spot from the morning with the third defense. It looks as if the two ends will alternate those spots with the 2nd and 3rd teams each practice.

Of course this will all change when Aaron Maybin is signed as he’s expected to be that second team defensive end along with Ryan Denney.

Both Bryan and Ellis made plays today. Bryan busted up a run play in the backfield that would have gone for a tackle for loss under live conditions as he got through the line to Xavier Omon behind the line of scrimmage.

Ellis meanwhile batted down a pass by Gibran Hamdan.


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Denney returns

Posted by Chris Brown on July 25, 2009 – 6:50 pm

Ryan Denney has returned to practice after getting gouged in the eye.


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Denney leaves field

Posted by Chris Brown on July 25, 2009 – 6:45 pm

Ryan Denney just left the practice field.

It looked like he was poked in the eye. We’ll update later.

The only non-participant at practice besides Hardy, Hawthorne and the unsigned players is RB Justise Hairston.


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Fan Friday 6-12

Posted by Chris Brown on June 12, 2009 – 5:26 pm

Fan Friday 6-12
Well minicamp is wrapped up and now begins the six week hiatus until training camp. Something tells me it’s going to move quickly. Let’s get going with the latest installment. Thanks for your questions. Keep them coming at AskChris@bills.nfl.net.
1. Do you see the Bills extending the deals of any more players on their roster like they did with Stroud? Guys like McGee, Josh Reed, Denney, Whitner, Poz and a few others only have 1-2 years left on the deals. Getting a few of them locked up would be a good move.

CB: I believe that on the list of guys you have that McGee is top priority. He’s still in the prime of his career and has been an outstanding performer for the Bills from day one. He’s a model professional, plays hurt and keeps his nose clean.

That’s the kind of guy the Bills typically lock up long term (see Lee Evans) so I expect that to get done before the 2009 season is over.

As for Reed and Denney the situation is a little different. Reed has had back issues through the course of his career and to his credit he’s fought through them and performed. Knowing how much Trent relies on Reed it wouldn’t surprise me if he was extended, but with some promising young receivers on the rise (Hardy, Johnson), I’m not sure you can say he’s a lock to get an extension.

Denney is in a similar boat. A solid, steady performer, but with the team invested in Chris Ellis and Aaron Maybin I’m not sure he’s re-signed long term.

Whitner and Poz I anticipate will be taken care of eventually, but probably not this calendar year.

 

2. Do the Bills believe Bell is ready to step in and contribute at this time? Going to have to have the O-line do a lot of work to get them to work together for this year with all the new players….also, I wonder if Walker can hold up at left tackle for 16 games? Your thoughts????
Thanks,
Joseph

CB: I don’t think there’s any doubt that the biggest question mark entering the season will be how far the offensive line can come with all the new pieces.

As for Bell I don’t anticipate him challenging Walker or Butler to start, but I do think the staff believes he’s ready to handle the swing tackle role if he’s able to win that job over Kirk Chambers, who has held it the past two seasons.

Walker’s strength as a tackle is in pass protection, which might surprise some people looking at him. That’s a good thing knowing he’s going over to the left side, but he will be facing some top flight pass rushing talent with the schedule this season.

 

3. Chris,
Its my understanding that Aaron Maybin weighed about 250lbs. at Penn States pro day, at which he displayed consistant 4.6 speed.  Is it likely the Bills will have him continue his growth atleast 10 more pounds, and if so does his quickness remain the same?

CB: Talking to Aaron about this very subject you need to understand he just turned 21 in April so his frame is still just filling out. He said he’d like to be around 255 by his second NFL season, which I think is sufficient. He’s confident he can maintain his speed at that weight.

 

4. Hey Chris,
How are contract negotiations going with the rookies? I just saw that Sanchez got his contract and I was just wondering when our rookies are going to be signed. Thanks!

David Rieth
Rochester, NY

CB: Negotiations are just in the preliminary stages with some of Buffalo’s later round picks. I don’t see signings beginning for at least another week or so. However, with San Francisco (which picked ahead of the Bills in most rounds) setting the market by signing players right around Buffalo’s picks early it might grease the wheels a bit. We’ll see.

 

5. Hi Chris,
I was just curious if the Bills are looking to upgrade the outside linebacker position with what’s still left in the market or are they content with the youngsters they have on the roster.  I also am curious if you know the status of Derrick Brooks?  Is he still looking for work or did he decide to hang it up?  If he is still looking for a contract, do you think the Bills should take a 1 year chance on him until they can develop Nic Harris or Al Bowen?
 
Thanks,
Kevin

CB: I believe the club will stand pat at OLB heading into camp. Injury could change that, but I don’t see them pursuing Derrick Brooks, though it makes sense with his familiarity with the system. I think the coaching staff has a lot of faith that Alvin Bowen and Nic Harris can be legitimate competition for Keith Ellison and from what I’ve seen I would agree.


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Bills-Dolphins inactives

Posted by Chris Brown on December 7, 2008 – 7:59 pm

Buffalo Bills
17-Justin Jenkins
25-Xavier Omon
33-Jabari Greer
65-Jason Whittle
77-Demetrius Bell
87-Jonathan Stupar
94-Aaron Schobel
5-Trent Edwards – 3rd QB

Miami Dolphins
14-Chris Hannon
41-Joey Thomas
61-Shawn Murphy
71-Lionel Dotson
75-Nate Garner
81-Joey Haynos
90-Rodrique Wright
9-John Beck – 3rd QB

Lineup changes for the Bills
No. 7 J.P. Losman will start at quarterback
No. 92 Ryan Denney will start at defensive end
No. 28 Leodis McKelvin will start at cornerback


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Shortage at end?

Posted by Chris Brown on December 5, 2008 – 5:40 pm

With Copeland Bryan and Chris Ellis both questionable and participating only on a limited basis in practice this week, Buffalo could enter the game with just two defensive ends Sunday.

Spencer Johnson can kick out and play some end to give both Kelsay and Denney a break, but they only have three defensive tackles counting Johnson.

If there are only six defensive linemen on Sunday Buffalo’s rotational scheme might require a roster move. Corey Mace would be the likely call up in such a situation, should Bryan and Ellis be unable to play.


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Edwards not practicing again

Posted by Chris Brown on December 4, 2008 – 4:55 pm

Its not looking good for Trent Edwards this Sunday as he’s not practicing again here on Thursday.

Also not practicing is Jabari Greer and Robert Royal.

Chris Kelsay is back at practice. Aaron Schobel is practicing for a second straight day, but he doesn’t look nearly 100 percent and did not line up with the first team defense. Ryan Denney was at RDE.


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Player radio appearances

Posted by Chris Brown on December 3, 2008 – 9:23 pm

Ryan Denney will be on The Fan 590 AM in Toronto on The Morning Show @ 7:10 AM

Josh Reed will be on Kiss 98.5 FM @ 7:15 AM

Duke Preston will be on Z103.5 FM in Toronto @ 7:20 AM 

Leodis McKelvin will be on 790 AM The Ticket in Miami some time after 2pm

Marcus Stroud will be on 560 AM in Miami @ 2:05 PM

Brian Moorman will be on 640 AM in Toronto @ 4:40 PM


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Bills-49ers inactives

Posted by Chris Brown on November 30, 2008 – 5:02 pm

Buffalo Bills
20-Donte Whitner
33-Jabari Greer
58-Teddy Lehman
77-Demetrius Bell
84-Robert Royal
94-Aaron Schobel
96-Copeland Bryan
10–Gibran Hamdan – 3rd QB

San Francisco 49ers
20-Allen Rossum
31-Reggie Smith
38-Dashon Goldson
59-Cody Wallace
77-Jacob Bender
83-Arnaz Battle
84-Josh Morgan
10-Jamie Martin – 3rd QB

Lineup changes for the Bills
No. 92 Ryan Denney will start at defensive end
No. 43 Bryan Scott will start at strong safety
no. 28 Leodis McKelvin will start at cornerback


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Brown’s Best – Week 12

Posted by Chris Brown on November 24, 2008 – 8:14 pm

There was a lot that the win over Kansas City had to offer so here’s the rundown this week.

BEST START: Blake Costanzo – The Bills coverage player came down the field like a freight train on the opening kickoff and forced a fumble on impact, but the Chiefs recovered.

BEST TWO MAN DRIVE: Marshawn Lynch/Fred Jackson – The two backs accounted for all of the yardage on Buffalo’s first touchdown drive. Nine plays, 61 yards, all Lynch and Jackson.

BEST THIRD DOWN STOP: Copeland Bryan – His third down sack at the Chiefs one-yard line not only forced a punt, but ensured that Buffalo would have great field position.

BEST USE OF HELMET: Reggie Corner – The nickel back forced Jamaal Charles to fumble when his helmet popped the ball loose allowing George Wilson to recover the ball.

BEST GAME CHANGER: Leodis McKelvin – His 64-yard interception return was the turning point of the game.

BEST TACKLE FOR LOSS: Chris Kelsay – His stop on Larry Johnson on a 3rd-and-1 forced the Chiefs to punt… again. Kelsay had two tackles for loss in the game.

BEST PASS: Trent Edwards – His 51-yard bomb to Lee Evans was laid out perfectly for the wide receiver despite tight coverage.

BEST ENCORE: Leodis McKelvin – His second interception looked as though he baited Tyler Thigpen to throw it and quickly closed the space between him and the receiver once the ball was in the air to make a play on it.

BEST IMPROVISATION: Trent Edwards – His roll out to the right was partly by design, but he extended the play an extra second or so and completed a 20-yard pass along the sideline to Josh Reed.

BEST GO FOR BROKE MOVE: Trent Edwards – With no timeouts left and the first half clock winding down, Edwards took off for the goal line and leapt up and over two Chiefs defenders for the touchdown.

BEST JOHNNY ON THE SPOT: Marcus Stroud – His deft scoop of a Tyler Thigpen fumble set the Bills up for another field goal deep in Chiefs territory.

BEST HIT: Ryan Denney – His crack on Larry Johnson in the hole stood the big back straight up at the line of scrimmage on a 1st-and-10 play.

BEST SEPARATOR: Josh Reed – Somehow the Bills receiver was sitting by himself in the back of the end zone where Trent Edwards found him for an eight-yard touchdown reception.

BEST KEEPING OF A COOL HEAD: Marshawn Lynch – After Bernard Pollard cracked him when he got up at the tail end of a run play, Lynch wisely did not retaliate. Pollard’s infraction cost the Chiefs another 15 yards and a first down. One play later Buffalo was back in the end zone.

BEST PRESENCE: George Wilson – The reserve safety tied for the team lead in tackles, had a sack, tackle for loss and a fumble recovery.

BEST SPECIAL TEAMER: Blake Costanzo – The coverage man had an incomprehensible six special teams tackles, which was more than the entire Chiefs special teams unit combined and had a pair of forced fumbles.

BEST RETURN: Josh Reed – The Bills possession receiver made a significant impact in his return from injury with five catches for 50 yards including a touchdown, his first in two years.

BEST POINT PRODUCER: Rian Lindell – The Bills kicker had a career high 18 points in the game and now has 600 for his career becoming just the third Bills player in team history to reach that mark.


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