- The Bills honored the death of Buffalo News Bills beat writer Allen Wilson with flowers, a framed photo & name card at his press box seat. There was also a moment of silence in the press box.
- Chan Gailey won a big replay challenge. Spiller's touchdown was ruled a touchback when he recovered a fumble at the back of the end zone. The review overturned it and gave him a touchdown.
- The Bills used Corey McIntyre a lot more than usual at fullback. He sprung Spiller on his touchdown but was called for a questionable holding penalty negating another long Spiller TD run.
- The Titans immediately tested Leodis McKelvin when he came in the game for Aaron Williams who was injured. McKelvin knocked away two bombs in one series.
- The announced crowd at Ralph Wilson Stadium was 56,463, about 18,000 short of a sellout.
This is how I usually feel about the team come December...numb. The way this game started out, I never had the feeling the Bills would pull it out. I started to feel excited for a brief moment and then Chandler fumbled. I know it's a pessimistic attitude but after 12 years of futility I have no choice but to feel that way. The season still has a quarter left in it and it doesn't matter at all for Buffalo, they are out of it. Another year of looking forward to a high draft pick except for the fact that they never seem to turn that pick into gold. The one ray of sunshine was the play of one of those high draft picks. Spiller finally showed flashes of why the Bills took him so high last year. The problem is the Bills need sustained play out of all their players, not just flashes that gives fans constant false glimmers of hope.
The Bills make a trip to the West coast when they go to San Diego to play another disappointing team, the Chargers. Don't expect the Bills to give an inspiring effort after making the cross country trip.