— Be sure to check out the first video in BuffaloBills.com’s Top Ten Performances from 2011. Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs Coach Curtis Modkins breaks down Fred Jackson’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Top 10 Performances: Fred Jackson vs Philadelphia
— Pro Football Weekly, along with the Professional Football Writers of America, announced their annual All-NFL teams. The teams were voted on by PFWA members and Pro Football Weekly editors. Bills DL Marcell Dareus was voted to the 2011 All-Rookie Team.
Buffalo News – Wood works to be ready for Bills camp
Buffalo News – Free market economy
Associated Press – David Lee agrees to take over as Bills QB coach
BuffaloBills.com – Bills agree to terms with new QBs coach
BuffaloBills.com – Balancing Act – how to divide work between Jackson & Spiller
BuffaloBills.com – Reviewing Fitz’s 1st full year as a starter
Dunkirk Observer – Buffalo: A city cursed with bad sports luck
BuffaloBills.com – Top 10 Performances: Fred Jackson vs Philadelphia
Inside the Bills Blog
Fitz’s QBR numbers, New QBs coach sees team on rise, Reed vs. Carter vs. Brown
Billboard Blog (Buffalo News) – Dareus makes all-rookie team
Buffalo Sports Daily – Bills Biggest Bright Spots- No. 4: Non-Offensive Line
QUOTE OF THE DAY
General Manager Buddy Nix
On the job that head coach Chan Gailey has done the past two years:
What we’ve done offensively, where we came from and who he did it with, I think he’s done an excellent job. Now you know you start looking at the whole thing defensively, we knew we had a long way to go there and we’ve got to make improvements there which we all know. We’ve got to get better. We’ve talked about Fitz, we’ve talked about these guys but if you can play good defense, you look at the Giants you look at the guys that are in the playoffs, if you can play defense. Houston won with their third quarterback that was a fifth-rounder that nobody really thought could play. We’ve got to improve that but to answer your question I think Chan did a good job.
THIS DAY IN BILLS HISTORY
January 17, 1989 — MARV LEVY NAMED 1988 COACH OF THE YEAR
Bills head coach Marv Levy was named the NFL’s 1988 Coach of the Year by The Sporting News.
January 17, 1993 — BILLS TOP MIAMI 29-10 IN AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
The Bills qualified for their third straight Super Bowl by defeating Miami 29-10 the AFC Championship Game before the largest crowd in Joe Robbie Stadium history (72,703).
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Coach Modkins breaks down Fred Jackson’s game against the Eagles – the first video in the Top Ten Performances series. Top 10 Performances: Fred Jackson vs Philadelphia
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