Thursday, November 16, 2006

We Can Ignore Last Week

Buffalo had a loss and Houston is coming off a win. But when we head off to play the Texans on Sunday, we need to keep a couple of things in mind. Houston got their win over the one team they seem to be able to beat consistently. The Bills lost -- by one point -- to the Indianapolis Colts, the team than everybody loses to, at least so far this year (as well as almost all of last year).

It is hard to lose by one point, especially by what has been reported endlessly as "a rare miss by field goal kicker Rian Lindell." Rian, the key word there isn't "miss" or "Lindell." It's "rare." Buffalo fans know you're good. Keep that in mind when we go and restart a win streak against the Texans.

Friday, November 03, 2006

Bills’ Jason Peters Moves Left

Buffalo’s coach Dick Juaron has announced that Jason Peters will be starting against the Green Bay Packers in the new role of left tackle. At 6’4” and 328 pounds, Peters hopes to be more successful at protecting our QB J. P. Losman, who has already been sacked 21 times this season.

Green Bay has a guy who can put Jason Peters to the test in Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, who has chalked up over 60 sacks in his 7-year NFL career. But Jason seems excited about the challenge, and Juaron has a lot of confidence in his talent.