Wilson, Tasker Make Cut: The hall of fame announced their semi-finalist list for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2004. On the list of 25 names are two Bills. Owner Ralph Wilson and special teams specialist Steve Tasker. They join fellow potential nominees that include John Elway, Jim Marshall, Art Modell, and Lester Hayes. The original list of 67 names was cut down to the 25 semi finalists. In mid-January the list will be pared to 15 finalists.
The Future: Many fans have started to look at the 2004 version of the Bills as the playoffs may just be a pipedream at this point. Bills Daily feature reporter Joe Chenelly looks at an outline of the 2004 Buffalo Bills. Complete Story.
Edwards To Go On IR: The Bills will place Ron Edwards on injured reserve. As we reported earlier today, he will have surgery on his rotator cuff injury. He will miss the rest of the season. The team hasn't decided yet who will replace him on the active roster. Injury Report.
Williams Says Club Is In Mix: Gregg Williams addressed the media during his usual media day press conference today. He talked about the defensive line rotation and said that they will move people around to continue and replace Ron Edwards. Williams said that the team is still in the mix and that they are back at home will help. He said they need to fix the areas of the team that aren't performing well. He said they need to get a few big plays to get defenses to loosen up and then the points will come. He feels the Texans have a good offensive attack with their two rookies, Davis Johnson. He thinks they will try to pressure the Bills defensively since that is there makeup. He called them a strong and improved defense and special teams from the team they played last year. On offense they will emphasis the quick game and the running game.
Edwards To Have Surgery: Ron Edwards and Jonas Jennings are the only two players listed on the injury report for a second straight week for the Bills. Edwards is now listed as out and is having rotator cuff surgery to clean it out. Jennings is once again questionable with his hip flexor. He is expected to try and practice this week. Injury Report.
Texans Will Be Tough: The Bills should be able to put it all together this week on offense as the Texans are near the bottom of league in all defensive categories. Like everything else lately, it may not be that easy, the Texans have played everyone tough and it looks like another tough battle. Game Preview.
Tuesday November 11, 2003
Buffalo's Lost Season: The Bills' season is quickly slipping away as the playoffs seem very much a longshot at this point. Bills Daily columnist Tony Bogyo checks in with his weekly column that talks about what might have been in this lost season. Complete Story.
Bledsoe's Star Fading: With the fourth straight dismal road performance fans and media alike are beginning to wonder whether Drew Bledsoe is the right man to lead the Bills. Our Bills Thunder report exams how far Bledsoe's star has faded. Complete Story.
Moulds Still Hurting: On Monday, Eric Moulds admitted that he is still hampered by his groin injury. He said he's at about 80% and the injury is preventing him from going deep. He thinks he will have to play through it the rest of the year. In other injury news, Pat Williams is fine after missing a few plays against Dallas. Ruben Brown also missed a few plays against Dallas with an elbow injury but did finish the game. Trey Teague bruised his shoulder in the game but should be fine. Injury Page.
Monday November 10, 2003
Inactive Changes: The Bills had some different names on the gameday inactive list. Willis McGahee was inactive as expected in his first game after being taken off the non football injury list. Marques Sullivan was activated for the first time this year replacing the injured Jonas Jennings but did not see any action. Clarence Coleman was inactive for the first time all year as the Bills went with Sam Aiken in his place. Terrence McGee got the nod over inactive Danion Sidney. McGee has been active in recent weeks for his special teams play. He was a dynamo yesterday and made two big plays in the nickel and dime defenses which earned him our player of the week honors. Depth Chart.
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