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The Arrow for Zay Jones Points Up

Zay Jones, the record setting collegiate receiver from East Carolina, appears to have broken out of the funk that plagued him early this season. According to Pro Football Focus, he was the second-highest graded offensive player for the Bills, right behind Jordan Mills, in the game Thursday versus the Jets. His

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Can The Bills Live Up To The Hype?

Leading up to the week five game against the Cincinnati Bengals, there was a decent amount of hype surrounding the Bills after winning back-to-back games against what were considered to be better teams. We discussed on Locked On Bills whether or not this team could live up to the new

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Bills vs. Raiders Highlights

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Deonte Thompson’s Speed Was too Much

The Buccaneers’ defense struggled all day against the speed of WR Deonte Thompson. Thompson gets matched up 1 on 1 with starting cornerback Brent Grimes

Flex On ‘Em – Week 8

It’s still BYEWEEK SZN – a critical time for average and below-average teams to sneak up on an unsuspecting juggernaut team weakened by a star

Bright spots on offense from Bills vs. Chargers

Finding a silver lining in a game in which the Bills lost 54-24 is very difficult, but not all of the plays executed were negative. For as bad as QB Nathan Peterman played in the first quarter, the Bills were still in the game at this point, primarily due to the run game, an area that Bills fans have sorely missed after being spoiled for the past two years. It was odd to see, but RB LeSean

The impact of trading DT Marcell Dareus

One of the many storylines surrounding the Buffalo Bills the last couple weeks, QB controversy aside, has been the defense’s inability to stop opposing run games. The Bills have surrendered 194 yards to the Jets, 298 yards to the Saints and 146 yards to the Chargers the past three weeks. Opposing coordinators have been able to scheme up runs that re-establish the line of scrimmage with a physical brand of football.   Defensive coordinator Leslie Frasier

EDGE Players that Fit the Bills’ Archetype

The Need: Over the last 3 games, the Bills are tied for last in the NFL in Sacks Per Game with 0.7. Over the season, they’re 27th. Jerry Hughes (career 285 tackles, 39 sacks), drafted by the Colts RD1#31 in 2010, and traded to Buffalo in 2013, has a $10M/yr-cap-hit contract that makes him a free agent in 2020, but in 2017 he’s tied for 57th in sacks with 3. Hughes is the Bills’ lightest EDGE player, so

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Tyrod Taylor didn’t deserve to be benched after performance against Saints

  On Wednesday, the Buffalo Bills announced they had decided to bench starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor in favor of fifth-round rookie Nathan Peterman. It’s a surprise move given the Bills have a winning 5-4 record and are in the hunt for the playoffs. On the season, Taylor has completed 64

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Offensive Tackles that fit the Bills’ Archetype

Series of articles that will attempt to match the Beane-McDermott archetypes with the players who may declare for this year’s draft. The Archetype: When Dion Dawkins was drafted, Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane mentioned his qualities in their pressers, which we’ll take as our archetype for the OT position. They

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