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Buffalo Bills

Stadium: Ralph Wilson Stadium | Coach: Doug Marrone
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense24th91.9 (25th)230.0 (18th)
Defense4th105.8 (13th)209.9 (3rd)

Last Game

Sun, December 21
O.co Coliseum
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Game Leaders

Passing: K. Orton (32-49, 329)
Rushing: F. Jackson (6-10)
Receiving: F. Jackson (9-93)

Passing: D. Carr (17-34, 214)
Rushing: L. Murray (23-86)
Receiving: K. Thompkins (5-90)


Sun Sep 7
W 23 - 20at CHI
Sun Sep 14
W 29 - 10MIA
Sun Sep 21
L 22 - 10SD
Sun Sep 28
L 23 - 17at HOU
Sun Oct 5
W 17 - 14at DET
Sun Oct 12
L 37 - 22NE
Sun Oct 19
W 17 - 16MIN
Sun Oct 26
W 43 - 23at NYJ
Sun Nov 9
L 17 - 13KC
Thu Nov 13
L 22 - 9at MIA
Mon Nov 24
W 38 - 3NYJ
Sun Nov 30
W 26 - 10CLE
Sun Dec 7
L 24 - 17at DEN
Sun Dec 14
W 21 - 13GB
Sun Dec 21
L 26 - 24at OAK
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Sun Dec 28
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Bills officially release wide receiver Mike Williams
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

The Bills officially announced Monday the release of wide receiver Mike Williams. He was traded to Buffalo in the offseason and had eight catches for 142 yards and a touchdown in nine games for the Bills this season. 

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Report: Bills part ways with WR Mike Williams on Monday
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

The Bills have released wide receiver Mike Williams on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Williams landed on injured reserve on Dec. 8 with a calf injury but appears to be fully recovered. He had only eight catches for 142 yards and one touchdown with Buffalo this season.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1419230671
One way or another, Fred Jackson gets his
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Trailing early Week 16 at Oakland with their playoff hopes on the line, the Bills didn't stick with the running game for long, attempting only three runs in the second half. But in a way, that worked to running back Fred Jackson's advantage. He's such a good pass-catcher out of the backfield that he still topped 100 total yards, doing so for the first time since returning from a groin injury in Week 12.

Even with the return of C.J. Spiller from a long-term shoulder injury, Jackson still led the Bills in carries, but with only six for 10 yards. He also led the team in catches with nine for 93 yards. He had 10 catches just two weeks ago, so clearly, he's a PPR stud.

Is he worth starting in standard leagues as well? Well, he's also gotten 20 carries twice in five games since returning. He hasn't been as effective on the ground as through the air, but yards are yards, however he gets them.

Their matchup Week 17 at New England will probably force the Bills to go pass-heavy again, so unless you're stacked at running back, you can find a spot for Jackson in your lineup.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1419230134
Desperation fuels Kyle Orton's performance
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Bills quarterback Kyle Orton didn't have the most efficient day throwing the ball Week 16 at Oakland, but from a Fantasy perspective, it was a productive one. He threw for 329 yards and three touchdowns but also had two interceptions.

What's crazy, though, is that 196 of those yards came in the second half. The Bills were trailing a winnable game with their playoff hopes on the line, and their desperation showed. Unfortunately, that desperation also contributed to the second of Orton's interceptions.

The Bills have been eliminated, so no matter how much they're trailing Week 17 at New England, they probably won't be quite as desperate. You can expect more typical numbers from Orton -- maybe about 250 yards with one or two scores -- even if the matchup appears to be a favorable one, making him a player better left for two-quarterback leagues.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1419212637
Bills DST underwhelms with favorable matchup
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Having scored double-digit Fantasy points (according to standard CBSSports.com scoring) in seven of its previous eight games, the Bills DST seemed like a gimme Week 16 at Oakland, which had allowed the fourth-most Fantasy points per game to DSTs this season. But for whatever reason, the defense didn't show up, allowing 26 points on 347 yards in a surprise loss for the Bills.

The points and yardage weren't even the biggest problem. The big plays that had carried the Bills DST in recent weeks, like the three touchdowns in its previous four games, were nowhere to be found. The Bills had just one sacks and zero takeaways.

The timing of this performance is all the incentive you need to sit the Bills DST for Week 17 at New England. With that matchup, it would have been a tough call otherwise.

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