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BDC 12/20: Today’s daily links

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on December 20, 2011 – 9:52 am

—  The Buffalo Bills offensive linemen will treat 20 young men (ages 12-16) to a Holiday Shopping Spree at Macy’s in the Galleria Mall tonight 6-7 PM.  The young men belong to the Closing the Gap Schools in the Buffalo Public School System.  Each boy will receive $270 to purchase items on their wish list.  Macy’s is donating $1,000 in gift cards and the offensive linemen will donate the remaining amount to the kids. Also, the offensive linemen will treat the boys to a special dinner from Ilio DiPaolo’s Restaurant.  They will be stationed in the Macy’s Training Room located on the first floor of Macy’s in the bedding section (near the pots and pans).

Tuesday, December 20
Practice: 2:00 PM / Open to Media at Approximately 2:00 – 2:25 PM (Stretch & Individual only)

DAILY LINKS – Bills salute high school football – Rogers rolling on returns

Buffalo News – As losses mount, Bills’ draft position improves

Rochester D&C – It’s a Christmas wish list for Buffalo Bills

Rochester D&C – Should Chan Gailey be the Buffalo Bills’ coach?

Olean Times Herald – Fitzpatrick, Bills aren’t connecting

Hornell Evening Tribune – Bringing back Stevie Johnson should be no-brainer

Audio/Video/Photo Clips
WGRZ – Fitz Fading as Bills Slide Continues

YNN – Bills At a Loss After Losing Seventh Straight

Additional Clips
Inside the Bills Blog

Pro Football Weekly – Fitzpatrick, ‘D’ send Bills back to last place

Sports Xchange (
Fitzpatrick hasn’t justified contract extension
Strategy And Personnel
Gailey limits Spiller’s carries

Head Coach Chan Gailey
On if he was disappointed with the way the team responded after losing the first game at Miami:
No. I thought we fought and played hard. We just didn’t execute. That’s the bottom line. You’ve got to execute from snap to whistle. You’ve got to eliminate all that stuff post whistle. We didn’t execute snap to whistle. That’s what cost us. It wasn’t the effort.


Bills CB/KR Justin Rogers had a career-high 134 kickoff return yards, including a 54-yard return in the third quarter.

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