Philadelphia’s A.J. Brown and Buffalo’s Stefon Diggs largely have been kept under wraps this month. A bounce-back performance by one of these top receivers could determine what happens on Sunday when the Bills (6-5) visit the Eagles (9-1). Brown was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Month in October after catching 40 passes for 700 yards and five touchdowns in five games. He set an NFL record with six straight games of 125-plus yards
Status quo wasn’t working for the Buffalo Bills. Coach Sean McDermott fired offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey on Tuesday, a move he deemed necessary less than 24 hours after a 24-22 loss at home to the Broncos that featured four turnovers and a pair of last-minute penalties that set up Denver’s game-winning field goal. “I just felt that this was the right time,” McDermott said of firing Dorsey with seven games left in the regular season.
Winners of back-to-back games for the first time since September 2022, the Denver Broncos are about to find out if they are ready for primetime. The Broncos (3-5) celebrated their most recent win over the Kansas City Chiefs during their bye week and come out of the break to face another AFC championship contender at Buffalo on Monday night. The Bills (5-4) seek redemption from a primetime loss at Cincinnati last Sunday. And a solution
Two of the top contenders in the AFC reunite for the first time since January when the Cincinnati Bengals (4-3) host the Buffalo Bills (5-3) on Sunday night. The game marks the return of Bills safety Damar Hamlin to Cincinnati. On Jan. 2, Hamlin went into cardiac arrest and was resuscitated on the field after making contact with Bengals receiver Tee Higgins. The game, which Cincinnati led 7-3, was postponed before it was ultimately canceled.
Although the Buffalo Bills have hit a bit of a rough patch, the last thing they plan to do is panic. Buffalo has dropped two of its past three games, so it is eager to right the ship on Thursday when it faces the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Orchard Park, N.Y. The Bills (4-3) are coming off Sunday’s 29-25 loss to the New England Patriots. They trailed most of the game, took a 25-22 lead
Having returned from a disappointing trip abroad, the Buffalo Bills will hope to take their frustrations out on the visiting New York Giants when the two banged-up teams meet on “Sunday Night Football” in Orchard Park, N.Y. The Bills (3-2) are hurting in more ways than one after losing 25-20 to the Jacksonville Jaguars last Sunday in London. Linebacker Matt Milano, an All-Pro last year, and defensive tackle DaQuan Jones were placed on injured reserve
The Jacksonville Jaguars are preparing to do something no NFL team has done: play two consecutive games overseas. London has become the Jaguars’ home away from home, but for this week only they will be the designated road team when they face the Buffalo Bills on Sunday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Last week at Wembley Stadium, the Jaguars (2-2) defeated the Atlanta Falcons 23-7, improving to 5-5 in London. They’ve now played at least twice