Don't miss Katherine Fitzgerald's quarter-by-quarter analysis of the Buffalo Bills' 42-36 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on AFC divisional playoff weekend ...
The 42-36 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs will immediately join the four Super Bowl losses and “Homerun Throwback” as the absolute most painful in franchise history, writes Jay Skurski.
Josh Allen and Gabriel Davis connected for four touchdowns – including two inside the two-minute warning to twice give the Buffalo Bills a late lead – but the NFL’s best defense couldn’t hang on in a thrilling 42-36 OT loss.
Devin Singletary finished with 88 rushing yards on 19 carries, along with 24 receiving yards on two catches. He had two touchdowns: one rushing and one receiving on consecutive drives in the fourth quarter.
Don't miss Katherine Fitzgerald's quarter-by-quarter analysis of the Buffalo Bills' AFC East-clinching victory over the New York Jets.
The Bills clinched their second consecutive AFC East championship and their first back-to-back division titles since the 1990 and ’91 seasons. It was the first time they clinched the division at home since 1995.
The move provides NU and Mark Whipple with a veteran signal-caller who will likely be considered the favorite to be the starter.
Casey Thompson is Nebraska's prime QB target in transfer portal. He would be a fine addition. Check out this week's mailbag for more Husker chatter.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Bob Stoops and Oklahoma were winners together again, just like old times.
Things to know today: Archbishop Desmond Tutu remembered; award-winning director of "Dallas Buyers Club" dies; 3 NFL teams clinch division titles. Get caught up.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Patrick Mahomes threw for 258 yards and three touchdowns, Byron Pringle caught two of the TD passes, and the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 36-10 on Sunday to clinch their sixth consecutive AFC West title.
McKenzie's standout performance helped seal the Bills’ 33-21 win over the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. His 125 receiving yards and 11 catches were career highs.
Josh Allen passed for 314 yards and three touchdowns, led the team with 64 rushing yards and wasn’t sacked, despite playing without two of his top receivers and behind an offensive line decimated by illness and injuries.
Jay Skurski weighs in with his grades for the Buffalo Bills after 33-21 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday at Gillette Stadium …
We found out again late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game at Gillette Stadium exactly how much confidence Brian Daboll has in Josh Allen.
Don't miss Katherine Fitzgerald's quarter-by-quarter analysis of the Buffalo Bills' 33-21 victory over the New England Patriots.
Allen was simply sublime from start to finish in throwing for 314 yards and three touchdowns without a turnover or getting sacked.
The Bills moved back into first place in the AFC East based on a tiebreaker (division record) and have the inside track to repeat as division champions after a 33-21 win in New England.
Allen won't be able to dethrone Miami Dolphins great Dan Marino, who threw the most touchdowns in his first four seasons with 142, a whopping 28 more than Patrick Mahomes of Kansas City.
Like any great villain, the Patriots have resurrected themselves in 2021. They enter Sunday’s rematch against the Bills leading the AFC East with a 9-5 record.
If Josh Allen reaches the end zone, he’ll become just the second quarterback in NFL history to score at least five rushing touchdowns in four consecutive seasons.
The Buffalo Bills are converting 60.6% of their trips into touchdowns. But the Patriots rank No. 2 in the NFL in red zone defense, holding foes to 46% success. Buffalo managed to convert only 1 of 4 red-zone trips in losing to the Patriots 14-10 on Dec. 6.
Here are takeaways from the snap counts in Week 15.
Vilma’s monotone voice is hard to love. But he described replays well and seemed to be having a much better time than Kenny Albert, Pergament says.