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BDC 10/18: 20+ points in 6 straight

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on October 18, 2011 – 8:50 am

— The Buffalo Bills announced yesterday that their game against the New York Jets scheduled for Sunday, November 6, 2011 at Ralph Wilson Stadium is sold out.

Tickets remain available for the Bills games vs. the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, December 4, Miami Dolphins on Sunday, December 18, and Denver Broncos on Saturday, December 24.  In addition, a limited number of premium seats remain available for all the Bills home games including the game against the Jets on Sunday, November 6.

The Bills also announced that they are accepting deposits for new season tickets for the 2012 season. $75 per seat gives fans priority status, and those that take advantage of this opportunity will be contacted first with new available locations after the conclusion of the 2011 season.

For more information or to purchase tickets, fans may go online at, visit the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office, or call 1-877-BB-TICKS (228-4257).

Tuesday, October 18
No Media Availability

Wednesday, October 19
Practice: 2:00 PM / Open to Media (Stretch & Individual only)

Thursday, October 20-Sunday, October 23
No Media Availability

DAILY LINKS – With Hairston out Bills banking on Bell – Shep closing in on starting role – Merriman: I’ll be ready after the bye week

Buffalo News – Tuesday morning QB: After Jackson’s big run, Giants adjusted

Buffalo News – Bills’ hopes for future up to defense

Buffalo News – Spiller to fill receiver vacancy – for now

Rochester D&C – Buffalo Bills Replay: Sizing up Bills at bye week

Rochester D&C – Buffalo Bills would do well to finish 8-8

Associated Press – Bills enter bye needing to regroup and recuperate

Toronto Sun – Rob Longley takes an early look at how the crowd will impact the Bills-Redskins game on at Rogers Centre

Olean Times Herald – Local Notes: Fitzpatrick shoulders the blame for loss

Shutdown Corner (Yahoo Sports) – Weather Channel picks Buffalo at the worst weather city in the NFL

Audio/Video/Photo Clips
NY Times – Columnist William Rhoden opines on calling Ryan Fitzpatrick an underdog; says since he went to Harvard he shouldn’t be called an underdog

WGR 550 – Stevie Johnson talks with Schopp and Bulldog

Fan 590 – Terrence McGee talks to Eric Smith about his game against the NY Giants – Chan Gailey Monday Press Conference

Bills Report Card: Week 6
Bills Frustrated Entering Bye Week
Bills Look to Heal during Bye

WIVB – Bills Hairston Out 2-4 weeks

WHAM – Spiller to Continue at Wide Receiver

Roosevelt makes the most of playing time
Bills staying positive but not satisfied with 4-2 start

Additional Clips
Inside the Bills Blog
Dareus, 2 guards earn praise, No official update on Kyle, Shep grateful for vets support, Bills-Jets sold out, Merriman to be back Wk 8, Fred gets Peter King praise

Pro Football Focus – Site is high on the o-line and Marcell Dareus’ performance against NY Giants – Peter King praises Fred Jackson and Terrence McGee in his MMQB column

National Football Post – Jack Bechta looks at the challenge of NFL GMs building for the future and winning today;  Cites Buddy Nix’s philosophy of drafting production over potential, being patient in development, creating stability on roster and coaching staff – Selects Buffalo as the worst weather city in the NFL

Sports Xchange (
Bills’ pass rush has been non-existent
Strategy And Personnel
Giving Spiller a shot at receiver

Bills Beat Blog – Bills’ Spiller Stays Put at WR For Now

Pro Football Talk – C.J. Spiller is now a wide receiver

— Buffalo has scored 20 or more points in each of the first six games in 2011 – marking the third time in team history the Bills have reached 20 points in each of Games 1-6 (1964, 2002, 2011)

— The Bills are 4-2 and above .500 after six games for the second time in the past 10 seasons.  The Bills were 5-1 in 2008.

QB Doug Flutie made his first NFL start in nine years, and his 1-yard TD run with 13 seconds remaining capped a Bills comeback and gave Buffalo a 17-16 victory over Jacksonville.

Head Coach Chan Gailey
On being down a lot of players to injury:
They’re some spots that we’re OK on. They’re some spots that we’re struggling with; offensive line and defensive line that’s notable.  We’ll hopefully get some of those guys back here in the next two weeks.  We’ll have a full compliment to be able to play against Washington.  There will be somebody out, so somebody will have to step up.


RB Fred Jackson broke loose for a career-long 80-yard touchdown run in the first quarter on Sunday.

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