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    Getty Tua Tagovailoa #1 of the Miami Dolphins takes the field prior to playing the Buffalo Bills at Hard Rock Stadium on September 25, 2022 in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Buffalo Bills (10-3) are looking for revenge in more ways than one when they face the Miami Dolphins (8-5) on Saturday, December 17. Not only do they want to make up for their 21-19 loss against the Dolphins back in Week 3, but the forecast in Buffalo for this weekend is giving Bills Mafia a good laugh. WGRZ chief meteorologist Patrick Hammer predicts temperatures to fall to the 20s with wind gusts up to 30 miles an hour. With the lake effect snow heading straight toward Highmark Stadium, the question is not if it will snow, but how many inches will fall. This is the latest thinking of where a lake snow band sets up Saturday evening. It looks like it splitting the uprights at Highmark Stadium. @wgrz #Stormteam2 pic.twitter.com/V7K9tAKnJH — Patrick Hammer (@pathammer) December 15, 2022 However, Dolphins quarterback Tau Tagovailoa is not worried. “Could be snowing,...
    Getty New York Jets defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins wants to make 'life a living hell' for Bills quarterback Josh Allen in Week 14. The Buffalo Bills (9-3) are gearing up for their rematch against AFC East division rival, the New York Jets, on Sunday, December 11. When these two teams played against each other back in Week 9, the Jets’ defense shut down Bills quarterback Josh Allen‘s passing game and upset Buffalo 20-17. Allen finished against the Jets on November 6 as the Bills’ leading rusher with 86 yards and two rushing touchdowns, but he completed just 18-of-34 of his passes for 205 yards, zero passing touchdowns, and two interceptions. Making matters worse, Allen suffered an elbow sprain late in the fourth quarter, an injury to his throwing arm that he continues to work through. While the Jets offense will look very different in Week 14, as New York will be starting Mike White at quarterback instead of Zach Wilson, the defense, which had five sacks on Allen in Week 9, is once again looking to dominate. Jets...
    Getty Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen talking to the New York Jets defense in the middle of a game. On Sunday, December 11 we’ll have a rematch between the New York Jets and the Buffalo Bills. Back on Sunday, November 6, Gang Green got the best of that first matchup winning 20-17. This time around they’ll have a chance to sweep Buffalo for the first time since 2016. However, Bills quarterback Josh Allen appeared on Kyle Brandt’s Basement and said, “it’s hard to beat teams twice”: “You know it’s hard to beat teams in this league, it’s hard to beat them twice. Obviously, we’re playing at home in a division game. This is one we have to have and we understand that. Coach Sean McDermott preaches that all the time: you have to win at home and you have to win your division games. This kind of falls into both of those categories.” #Bills QB Josh Allen (@JoshAllenQB) said the mini-bye from #TNF allowed them to get a ‘jump-start’ on the #Jets gameplan + ‘it’s hard to beat...
    Getty New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson meeting up with some Buffalo Bills players after a tough contest. The New York Jets have made a final call on their quarterback plans for the Week 14 matchup with the Buffalo Bills. Head coach Robert Saleh announced during his media availability on Monday, December 5 that things will be “status quo.” Mike White will be QB1, veteran Joe Flacco will serve as the backup, and second-year quarterback Zach Wilson is expected to be a healthy scratch.Jets Will Have to Win Without Zach Wilson Play Jets Insider: Mike White future as QB1, Bills rematch, Zach Wilson questionsLIVE: Boy Green is joined by #Jets Insider Will Parkinson to talk about Mike White's future, the #Bills rematch, & some interesting Zach Wilson comments.2022-12-05T21:00:07Z This will be the third straight game that Wilson is inactive on game day. The former BYU passer was benched after a dismal performance versus the New England Patriots on November 20. Gang Green only managed three points offensively and averaged 2.5 inches on offense in the second half. Saleh...
    Bills rally to beat Chiefs 24-20 in playoff rematch
    Getty NFL superstars Patrick Mahomes II and Josh Allen at Capital One's The Match VI in Las Vegas. Many Buffalo and Kansas City fans have had Week 6 circled on their calendars for quite some time. For Bills Mafia, it’s the recent playoff defeats that haunt them — the past two coming at the hands of Patrick Mahomes II and Kansas City. For Chiefs Kingdom, it’s all the Josh Allen for MVP talk and the Buffalo Super Bowl selections. Both fanbases might label this as a grudge match and generally speaking, that’s when athletes rise to the occasion most. In other words, get ready for some fireworks on Sunday between two young quarterbacks that have nothing but respect for one another.Josh Allen Addresses Rematch vs Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs Play Josh Allen: “Stick To Our Mindset” | Buffalo BillsBuffalo Bills Quarterback Josh Allen meets with the media Wednesday after practice at One Bills Drive. Topics Include: Being prepared for Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs, what Center Mitch Morse provides to the team both on and off the...
    Getty Dawson Knox celebrates with Buffalo Bills fans after a win over the New Orleans Saints. Dawson Knox really knows how to endear himself to Buffalo Bills fans. The tight end adopted a fan-favorite look before the flight to Kansas City for Sunday’s rematch with the Chiefs, drawing a big reaction from Bills Mafia. Knox is hoping to replicate his breakout game against the Chiefs from earlier this season as the Bills look to advance to their second straight AFC Championship game. The latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! Knox Rocks Bills FashionAs he joined teammates for the flight out to Kansas City on Saturday, Knox rocked a pair of red, white, and blue Zubaz pants. The zebra-patterned pants were a huge hit with NFL fans in the 1990s but never lost popularity among Bills fans (to the point that the Wall Street Journal wrote in 2017 about the affection fans hold for the pattern), and Knox showed his appreciation by wearing a pair before...
    Getty Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen poses with girlfriend Brittany Williams at the 9th Annual NFL Honors. Josh Allen’s biggest cheerleader is ready for the biggest game the Buffalo Bills have played this year. Allen’s longtime girlfriend, Britt Williams, shared video of her preparations for the team’s rematch with the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional round. Williams has made a number of road trips to support Allen and the Bills this year, jetting out to New Orleans for Thanksgiving and Tennessee for the team’s Monday Night Football game against the Titans. She’ll be back in Kansas City on Sunday, hoping for a better outcome than last January’s visit. The latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! Williams in ‘Playoff Blue’The day before Sunday’s game, Williams took to Instagram to share an image of the “playoff blue” nail polish she wore and show off a video from her plane trip to Kansas City to support Allen. Aside from being her boyfriend’s biggest cheerleader, Williams has also...
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Stefon Diggs walked off the field inside Arrowhead Stadium back in October with two very distinct feelings: elation that his Bills had avenged an AFC title game loss to the Chiefs and the conviction that they would meet again. Get ready for the latest throw-down between two of the league’s best teams Sunday night. Fresh off a near-perfect 47-17 blowout of New England last weekend, Diggs and the Bills are headed back to Kansas City for the divisional round of the playoffs. And awaiting them are Patrick Mahomes and the high-flying Chiefs, who turned around their season after a lackluster start and then throttled Pittsburgh 42-21 in their wild-card matchup. “They’ve got all the talent in the world,” Diggs said. “They’ve been playing at a high level. They’ve been to the Super Bowl twice. They have a hell of a quarterback, hell of receivers, good defense — they’re a great team.” Turns out he wasn’t the only one that anticipated another showdown, either. “We’ll probably play them a lot of times. It’ll be great competition,”...
    BUFFALO (11-6) at KANSAS CITY (12-5) Sunday, 6:30 p.m. EST, CBS BETTING LINE: Chiefs by 1 1/2, according to FanDuel SportsBook. AGAINST THE SPREAD: Buffalo 10-6-2; Kansas City 9-9. SERIES RECORD: Bills lead 27-23-1. LAST MEETING: Bills beat Chiefs 38-20 on Oct. 10, 2021, in Kansas City. LAST WEEK: Bills beat Patriots 47-17; Chiefs beat Steelers 42-21. BILLS OFFENSE: OVERALL (5), RUSH (6), PASS (9), SCORING (3). BILLS DEFENSE: OVERALL (1), RUSH (13), PASS (1), SCORING (1). CHIEFS OFFENSE: OVERALL (3), RUSH (16), PASS (4), SCORING (4). CHIEFS DEFENSE: OVERALL (27), RUSH (21), PASS (27), SCORING (8). TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Bills plus-8; Chiefs plus-4. BILLS PLAYER TO WATCH: RB Devin Singletary was an afterthought the first 12 games of the season with just 495 yards and two touchdowns; that included 25 yards rushing in a 38-20 win in Kansas City. But in the past six games, Singletary has combined for 456 yards and seven TDs, including one score through the air. CHIEFS PLAYER TO WATCH: TE Travis Kelce dealt with COVID-19 late in the season, but it hardly hampered him...
    Getty Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills looks to throw the ball as Christian Barmore #90 of the New England Patriots applies pressure during the first quarter at Gillette Stadium on December 26, 2021. The Buffalo Bills 33-21 victory over the New England Patriots in Week 16 was one for the history books. New England’s defense could not stop Bills quarterback Josh Allen, and for the first time in Bill Belichick’s history as a coach (474 games), his team could not force the opposing offense to punt. Not only did Buffalo (9-6) usurp the top spot in the AFC East from the Patriots (9-6), but their record within the division gives the Bills the edge over New England. If Buffalo can win their final two games, they will win the AFC East title for the second year in a row. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! According to The New York Times playoff machine, the Bills’ odds to make the playoffs...
    BOSTON (CBS) — When the Patriots and the Bills got together a few weeks ago in Buffalo, it was one of the most unique and unforgettable football games of the season. Now they’ll meet again at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, with the AFC East on the line. New England’s Week 15 loss in Indianapolis opened the door for Buffalo to win the AFC East — a door the Patriots can pretty much slam shut with a win on Sunday. But if the Pats let the Bills even the season series, Buffalo will then have the inside track to win the division. If the Patriots lose Sunday, they’ll have to beat the Jags and the Dolphins (winners of six straight at the moment) to close out the regular season and hope that Buffalo loses to either the Falcons or the Jets (both at home) in order to claim the division. New England’s best path to an AFC East crown is to win this weekend. They would then claim the division with a Miami loss to the Saints on Monday night, or...
    Getty Rhamondre Stevenson The New England Patriots have a situation at running back. While starter Damien Harris is listed as questionable for Sunday’s huge rematch with the Buffalo Bills after Friday’s practice, rookie running back Rhamondre Stevenson has been ruled out due to an illness. Wide receiver Nelson Agholor and rookie defensive back Joshuah Bledsoe are also out, per this tweet from USA Today’s Henry McKenna: Rhamondre Stevenson (illness) and Nelson Agholor (concussion) are both OUT for Week 16 vs. the Bills. It seems there's a chance for Damien Harris (hamstring) and N'Keal Harry (hip), however. They're questionable. pic.twitter.com/BuUxwFMbbz — Henry McKenna (@McKennAnalysis) December 24, 2021 “ALL the latest Patriots news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Patriots newsletter here! Join Heavy on Patriots!” Eight Patriots showed up on the injured list Friday, including Harris and veteran Brandon Bolden. All of them were listed as questionable. If they cannot go, it would leave the Patriots with J.J. Taylor (who recently returned from the COVID-19 list) and late-season signee Devine Ozigbo. The latter is currently on the...
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — In successive weeks last season, the Buffalo Bills ended the Patriots’ run of 11 consecutive AFC East titles and put a cap on their first season sweep of New England in more than a decade. It felt like a possible power shift in a division the Patriots dominated during the Bill Belichick-Tom Brady era. A year later, New England is hoping to make it little more than a speed bump. After grinding out a 14-10 win at Buffalo earlier this month, the Patriots (9-5) host the Bills (8-6) in Sunday’s rematch needing a victory and a loss or tie by Miami at New Orleans on Monday to claim its 18th AFC East title since 2001. But the margin for error is smaller than in previous seasons. A victory by the Bills would put them back atop the division, give them tiebreakers over the Patriots and Dolphins and clear a path to a second straight division crown. Patriots safety Devin McCourty said having their seven-game win streak snapped in a loss at Indianapolis...
    Getty Cole Beasley The New England Patriots won’t have to worry about WR Cole Beasley when they rematch the Buffalo Bills on Sunday in Foxboro. The Bills’ top-notch slot receiver has landed on the COVID-19 list and has been ruled out of the game. Beasley has tested positive and per his Instagram account, he indicated he is experiencing “mild symptoms.” “””ALL the latest Patriots news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Patriots newsletter here! Join Heavy on Patriots!“””Cole Beasley Takes Umbrage With His Status for the Patriots GameBeasley, a vocal anti-vaxxer also took to Instagram to state COVID wasn’t keeping him out of the crucial AFC East matchup with the Patriots, it is instead “the rules” that are barring him from participating. Beasley wrote: “Just to be clear Covid is not keeping me out of this game. The rules are. Vaxxed players are playing with Covid every week now because they don’t test. One of my vaxxed teammates is in the hospital missing games. I’m sure he didn’t get this same energy. Thank you for those...
    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Bring on the Patriots. That was the resounding message from several Bills players not long after a 31-14 win over Carolina on Sunday, in which Buffalo snapped a two-game skid by padding its record against yet another flawed opponent with a losing record, starting a backup quarterback and having lost its kicker to injury an hour before kickoff. “We’re just trying to find ways to win games, and we did that today,” quarterback Josh Allen said before looking ahead to playing at New England this weekend. “And we’re going to need that going forward. “We all know who we have next week. It’s no secret.” By beating Carolina, coupled with the Patriots (9-5) losing to Indianapolis, the Bills (8-6) find themselves back in contention to win the AFC East for a second straight season. Despite a 14-10 loss to New England at home in blustery conditions two weeks ago, Buffalo needs only to sweep its final three games to claim the division because it will have split its season series against the Patriots and...
    Getty Head coach Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots looks on during the second quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 18, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Buffalo Bills win over the Carolina Panthers in Week 15 was clutch, but the celebration will remain short. The franchise’s most important regular-season game is just around the corner, a rematch against the New England Patriots on Sunday, December 26, and tensions are already running high. The Bills’ (8-6) ticket to the postseason hangs in the balance when they face the Patriots (9-5) in Week 16, as the victor will secure the top spot in the AFC East. While the Bills are coming off a dominant 31-14 win over the Panthers, the Patriots were just crushed 27-17 by the Indianapolis Colts. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! The Bills are 8-6 going into next Sunday's showdown with the 9-5 Patriots in Foxboro. Winner controls its own destiny in the AFC...
    The Patriots ran to a victory over the Bills on Monday Night Football and head coach Bill Belichick knows he has a clear advantage for the rematch. Withstanding the crazy-gusting winds and the pregame frozen precipitation, the New England Patriots picked up a key win over an AFC East rival, the Buffalo Bills. After the victory, the Pats moved into the top spot in the AFC standings. It was anything but a normal game, though. Given the wild weather conditions, head coach Bill Belichick and New England decided to hardly let rookie quarterback Mac Jones try to fight through the wind. He threw only three passes — a franchise-record low for a single game — in the victory. So, as Belichick made his weekly radio appearance on the Greg Hill Show on Tuesday morning, the head coach revealed the advantage he gained over the Bills with their looming Week 16 rematch still lying ahead. And it was a hilariously on-brand mix of stating the obvious and playing a bit coy as he noted the Patriots passing game is virtually unseen by...
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Josh Allen threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score, sending the Buffalo Bills to a 38-20 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night in an AFC title game rematch delayed more than an hour by lightning. Allen finished with 315 yards through the air, and Micah Hyde returned a rare interception of Patrick Mahomes 26 yards for another score, as the Bills (4-1) beat the turnover-prone Chiefs (2-3) for only the second time in their last seven meetings. Mahomes finished with 272 yards passing and two touchdowns to go with two interceptions and a lost fumble. He also wound up being the leading rusher for the Chiefs with 61 yards as they struggled to get going offensively. It didn’t help that running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire left with a knee injury early in the second half. Travis Kelce also left in the closing minutes after taking a blow to the head on an incomplete pass. Still, the Chiefs had closed to 31-20 early in the fourth quarter when Rashad Fenton picked...
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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Buffalo Bills thought they were closing the gap with the Kansas City Chiefs last season, then they lost a pair of games to their old AFL nemesis, including the AFC championship game in January. There are plenty of people that think they’ve closed the gap some more this season. They’ll have a chance to prove it Sunday night. That’s when Josh Allen and the Bills return to Arrowhead Stadium to face Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in the latest edition of their burgeoning rivalry. Buffalo (3-1) is fresh off a 40-0 blitz of Houston and riding high behind one of the NFL’s best defenses, and Kansas City (2-2) believes it righted itself last week in Philadelphia after a rare two-game skid. “You know, I’m sure we have a core group of players that were there and can take what happened in that experience and learn from it,” Bills coach Sean McDermott, a longtime assistant to Chiefs counterpart Andy Reid, said of the January loss. “That said,” McDermott continued, “that’s about the only...
    BUFFALO (3-1) at KANSAS CITY (2-2) Sunday, 8:20 p.m. EDT, NBC OPENING LINE: Chiefs by 3, according to FanDuel SportsBook. AGAINST THE SPREAD: Buffalo 3-1; Kansas City 1-3. SERIES RECORD: Bills lead 26-23-1. LAST MEETING: Chiefs beat Bills 38-24 on Jan. 24 in AFC title game in Kansas City. LAST WEEK: Bills beat Texans 40-0; Chiefs beat Eagles 42-30. BILLS OFFENSE: OVERALL (6), RUSH (5), PASS (12), SCORING (T2) BILLS DEFENSE: OVERALL (1), RUSH (4), PASS (1), SCORING (1) CHIEFS OFFENSE: OVERALL (2), RUSH (8), PASS (5), SCORING (T2) CHIEFS DEFENSE: OVERALL (31), RUSH (30), PASS (27), SCORING (31) TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Bills plus-7; Chiefs minus-3. BILLS PLAYER TO WATCH: QB Josh Allen has been inconsistent after a breakout season in 2020, though he appears to be hitting his stride. Allen is 69 of 105 for 785 yards with eight touchdowns passing, one touchdown rushing and two interceptions over the past three games. CHIEFS PLAYER TO WATCH: WR Josh Gordon is expected to play for the first time since 2019, when the former All-Pro was with the Seahawks...
    Getty Josh Allen reacts to a penalty in a playoff loss to the Houston Texans. Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills will see a very different Houston Texans team than the one that ousted them from the 2019 playoffs in heartbreaking fashion. Quarterback Deshaun Watson is estranged from the franchise, head coach and general manager Bill O’Brien has been fired, and star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is off to greener pastures — and creating new heartbreak for the Bills. But despite the franchise overhaul, Allen said there’s some extra motivation to this week’s matchup against the Texans as the bad memories of his first playoff game still sting. The latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! Allen Looking to Even the ScoreThe last game against the Texans was one Allen would likely want to forget. He and the Bills squandered a 16-point second-half lead before rallying to send the game to overtime where a controversial penalty led to a stalled drive and set the stage for some...
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