Williams Practices: Mike Williams returned to practice today helping his chances of playing in the season finale on Sunday. Ruben Brown and Alex Van Pelt missed the workout today. Van Pelt is unlikely to play on Saturday because of a wrist injury and Brown has missed the last two days for personal reasons.
Van Pelt Out? Officially Alex Van Pelt is listed as questionable for Saturday's finale but he told WGR radio that he doesn't expect to suit up. Van Pelt injured his wrist during pregame warmups before the Miami game. If he can't go, Travis Brown will back up Drew Bledsoe. The only other injured Bill, Mike Williams, hopes to practice later in the week. Injury Report.
Christmas Bills Style: On this the day before Christmas, our own Tony Bogyo takes a look at a classic Christmas Eve tale with a Bills spin to it of course. Complete Story.
Tuesday December 23, 2003
Two On Report: The Bills listed two players as questionable on the injury report for the Patriots game. Both Alex Van Pelt and Mike Williams are on the report. Van Pelt has a wrist injury that made him unavailable for the Miami game and Williams has a knee injury that also made him miss the Dolphins game. Van Pelt hurt his wrist in the pregame warmups last week. Neither player has practiced yet this week and they will look at them later in the week to see about their availability for the finale. Injury Report.
Game Could Get Ugly: With the Patriots out for revenge and homefield advantage through the playoffs on the line, Saturday's finale could get very ugly for the Bills. Buffalo seemed to pack it in last week against Miami and it doesn't seem like they will muster the energy for one final good showing for the probable last game of Gregg Williams. Game Preview.
Bills Practice Today: Since the Bills play on Saturday this week, they had yesterday off instead of their normal Tuesday day off. The team is practicing today and the coach did not do his usual post mortem address yesterday.
Monday December 22, 2003
Players Upset: The Players have finally spoke up about what everyone has been thinking all season. The offensive play calling stinks. Marcus Price said they should have dominated but they didn't because they din't stick with what they do best. London Fletcher was frustrated by the fact the Dolphins played on a short field all day long. Fletcher told reporters with a wink, "their offensive coordinator understood the way the game was being played."
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