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Bills Win Again But At A Cost
Posted By Norm Duhamel On Sep 24 2012 @ 8:52 am In Buffalo Bills | 2 Comments
The start of the game went as planned, Bills defense stopped the Browns on their first two possessions and Fitzpatrick led the offense to 2 quick scores, but all good things came to end when C.J. Spiller fell weirdly on his shoulder and left the game. Buffalo seemed to stall for most of the third quarter allowing the Browns to creep within three then Fitzy drove the field and found a wide open Stevie Johnson, that touchdown sealed Buffalo’s first road win in their last 8 with a 24-14 score.
Fitzpatrick might be shelling out some of his big contract money taking out his offensive line out for dinner if they keep doing what their doing. For the third straight week they have kept their quarterback off the ground, allowing Fitzy the time he needs to find his receivers. Don’t get me wrong, I would rather have Jackson or Spiller in the back field but with an offensive line like Buffalo’s anyone can carry the ball and have success. Buffalo totaled 138 yards rushing with Tashard Choice leading the way 91 of those yards.
Word on Spiller/Jackson
No definite word how long Spiller will be gone, but reports have him missing at least next week with a sprain of the shoulder. Better news is that Chan Gailey thinks Fred Jackson might have a chance to play this weekend against New England. I will have more this week on the status of these guys and let’s hope Jackson is ready to get on the field.
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