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#1 Posted : Monday, February 11, 2019 8:37:19 PM(UTC)
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Bills vs. Browns: stock up/stock down night against the Cleveland Browns http://www.billsfootballauthentics.com/phillip-gaines-jersey-authentic , coming out with a 19-17 victory. It was largely a down performance for the Bills starters, though the second string was able to dominate on both sides of the ball. Here are some of the players that helped themselves and some that failed to impress.Stock Up: QB Josh AllenThanks to both his positive play and the collarbone injury suffered by AJ McCarron, Allen has never been closer to being declared the team’s starting quarterback. Allen’s stat line, going 9-of-13 for 60 yards and a touchdown, belies how much his very presence seemed to re-energize the team. Before Allen entered the game, the offense had not earned a first down. The rookie marched the offense down the field and scored on his first possession. It’ll be hard for head coach Sean McDermott to keep Allen from starting after more performances like this.Stock Down: C Russell BodineIn a competition with Ryan Groy for the starting center job, Bodine’s effort on Friday won’t help his chances of winning. Bodine was absolutely dominated by Browns starter Larry Ogunjobi in both phases, leading to blown up runs and pressure on quarterback AJ McCarron. A miscommunication late in the first quarter between Bodine and Vlad Ducasse resulted in a McCarron sack. It may be time for the Bills to declare Groy as the starting center.Stock Up: RB Marcus MurphyMurphy continued against the Browns right where he left against the Panthers last week. The beneficiary of some good run blocking up front, he had four rushes for 39 yards. Important for his chances of making the team, Murphy demonstrated strong play on special teams. He had several positive punt returns, one of which went for 39 yards. At this point, it would be a huge surprise if Murphy doesn’t make the final roster.Stock Down: OT Dion DawkinsThe Bills traded longtime left tackle Cordy Glenn because they had faith that Dawkins could lock down the blind side. While his rookie season was impressive http://www.billsfootballauthentics.com/jordan-mills-jersey-authentic , Dawkins uncharacteristically struggled last night against former number 1 draft pick Myles Garrett. Garrett’s speed and strength around the edge was just too much for the young player, who will quickly need to forget this poor performance and move on to next week.Stock Up: Taron JohnsonA surprise starter at nickel corner, Johnson’s effort and speed in tackling against the run in the first quarter was admirable. His coverage was solid as well, as evidenced by a third down play late in the first quarter when he successfully dropped into zone coverage against Jarvis Landry, forcing a throwaway from Tyrod Taylor. If Johnson can continue to emerge in the coming weeks, the coaches may be forced to declare him the starting nickel over veteran Phillip Gaines.Bills Links, 10/3: Kyle Williams opens up following the loss to the Packers Kyle Williams made his regularly scheduled appearance with Schopp and the Bulldog on WGR 550 AM, sharing his thoughts following the Buffalo Bills’ loss to the Green Bay Packers. Williams’s segment is always a must-listen, and is available below as part of today’s links. There are also plenty of updates from Sean McDermott, talk of a new stadium, and the latest article from Eric Wood.Williams: 'We're all putting a lot on the line for a win' | WGR 550 SportsRadioBills' defensive tackle Kyle Williams joined Schopp and the Bulldog for his regular Monday visit on WGR.McDermott: 'I thought we got away from our game' | WGR 550 SportsRadioCompared to last Sunday's performance against the Minnesota Vikings, the Buffalo Bills looked like a completely different team in a 22-0 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.New Buffalo Bills stadium would cost at least $1 billion http://www.billsfootballauthentics.com/jordan-poyer-jersey-authentic , county official says | NewYorkUpstate.comThe lease agreement with Erie County for the current Bills stadium will expire in five years.8 things we learned about the Tennessee Titans, Buffalo Bills' Week 5 opponent | NewYorkUpstate.comThe Bills will host the 3-1 Titans in Week 5.Joe B: Buffalo Bills All-22 Review - Week 4 vs. Green Bay Packers - WKBW.comThe Buffalo Bills dropped to 1-3 after the loss to the Green Bay Packers, but what did the coaches’ film reveal?Pat DiMarco: Cancer takes a whole new meaning when it hits your family - BuffaloBills.com In this edition of 'My View,’ Bills fullback and captain Patrick DiMarco writes about how a recent cancer diagnosis in his family makes the NFL's Crucial Catch campaign take on new meaning in 2018.Eric Wood: This past NFL Sunday reminded me how quickly the game can be taken from you – The AthleticWatching Earl Thomas get carted off the field Sunday reminds us that player holdouts are not just about selfish gain. (Subscription required.)Featured on Buffalo RumblingsWhat would it cost for a new stadium for the Buffalo Bills? Start with $1 billion, according to Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz - Buffalo RumblingsHere’s a hint: A LOT OF MONEY!Penalty recap: Buffalo Bills at Green Bay Packers was clean, ignoring quarterback hits, holding - Buffalo RumblingsWere the Bills playing clean, or did the refs turn a blind eye to the field on Sunday?NFL Week 5 power rankings: Buffalo Bills move down everywhere - Buffalo RumblingsA step back for the Bills after a shutout loss.Observations on the Buffalo Bills’ brutal loss to the Green Bay Packers - Buffalo RumblingsThat sure was an ugly effort by the offense, spoiling a solid showing from the defense.
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