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Ravens eat Bills alive
Drew Bledsoe had more protection than usual. He also rolled out of the pocket once or twice and did the unheard of, took off and ran on one play. One would think that Bledsoe had a productive day, but that certainly was not the case as he threw 4 interceptions and fumbled twice (losing one) as the Bills lost 20-6.
Oct 25, 2004 - 8:35:00 PM

McGahee leads the way in Bills first win
The Bills-Dolphins rivalry got the spark it needed Sunday in Buffalo when the two teams played a surprisingly interesting game. It was surprising as there were zero wins between the two teams entering the game. The Bills emerged a 20-13 winner, thanks to the running of rookie Willis McGahee and a defense that came together in the second half and shut down the Dolphins offense.
Oct 18, 2004 - 7:17:00 PM

Bills defense fails to halt Jets
Sometimes the difference between winning and losing is something so small that it can't be detected. Maybe it's a lucky bounce, maybe it's the confidence of a quarterback. The Buffalo Bills seem to be on the verge of winning an actual football game. They've come close in all 4 losses. In their game against the Jets, the elements were there to pull a major upset of the New York Jets.
Oct 11, 2004 - 8:11:00 PM

Bumbling Bills botch another one
Bumbling, stumbling, fumbling....those three words were made famous by Chris Behrman of ESPN's Prime Time NFL show. The Bills played up on all three of those infamous words Sunday with yet another loss, their 6th straight, 31-17 to the New England Patriots.
Oct 4, 2004 - 8:13:00 PM

Bills Sinking Fast
Things were supposed to change this season. However, it was more of the same old malarkey as the Buffalo Bills lost to the Oakland Raiders 13-10 Sunday in Oakland.
Sep 21, 2004 - 7:22:00 AM

Bills miscues ruin opening day
Itís a brand new season for the Buffalo Bills, but nothing seems to have changed from last year. The Bills offense is having difficulty in getting into the end zone, the defense cannot stop a team late in the game when the game is on the line, and the team is still making crucial mistakes that should have been corrected in the preseason.
Sep 13, 2004 - 7:39:00 PM
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