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BDC: Jan. 6 – Postseason Honors

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on January 6, 2012 – 9:45 am

— FS Jairus Byrd was awarded second team All-Pro honors by Pro Football Focus at the free safety position. Byrd finished the year tied for ninth among NFL defensive backs with 98 tackles (75 solo) and three interceptions.

–RB Fred Jackson, G Andy Levitre and SS George Wilson were each named to’s All-AFC East  team for 2011. Before being placed on Injured Reserve, Jackson posted a league-high six 100-yard rushing games and was third in the NFL with 934 rushing yards. Levitre started all 16 games and was part of an offensive line that allowed a league-best 23 sacks and blocked for an offense that finished first in the AFC averaging 4.9 yards per carry. Wilson posted a team-best four interceptions in 2011 and his 106 tackles placed him fifth among NFL defensive backs.


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Buffalo Wins

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Pro Football Weekly

Bills’ defense remains priority despite improvement


RB C.J. Spiller
On if he feels like his confidence has been increased:

My confidence was never low when Fred was having a great season. I just wasn’t getting an opportunity because of what he was doing. I just stayed the course and believed in what I was doing. My time was going to come sooner or later and it did. I just tried to take advantage of it. I think the coaches knew all along what I was capable of doing. Like I said we had a guy playing at Pro Bowl level. I hope they didn’t lose confidence in me because I was playing. They drafted me to be able to help this offense out.

January 6, 1984 — FREEMAN NAMED ALL-PRO

Buffalo DB Steve Freeman was named to the 1983 Sporting News All-Pro team.


Bills LB Nick Barnett spoke to ESPN’s Sunday Countdown for a feature on how the Bills defense had success against Tim Tebow in Week 16’s 40-14 victory.  Piece is scheduled to run on Sunday.

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