Wilson, Reed, Smith Finalists For Hall
Lynch Gets Top Honors: Marshawn Lynch led the way with three player of the week awards from Bills Daily. He received all three awards over a five week stretch at the end of the season. His counterpart in the ground game, Fred Jackson won the award the final two weeks of the season. The ground game improved in the second half of the season and that is why these two combined for five player of the week awards in the final seven games. Trent Edwards and Lee Evans also won the award twice. Player Of Week Awards.
Saturday January 10, 2009
No All Pro Players: The AP announced it's 2008 All-Pro team yesterday and it isn't surprised that no Bills are on the list. Several Bills received votes but nobody made the team. Jason Peters received three votes at tackle to finish in a five way tie for fourth place. Leodis McKelvin finished in a tie for Third place at the kick return spot with four votes. Roscoe Parrish also got one vote at that spot. Surprisingly Brian Moorman didn't even get a vote at the punter position.
Friday January 9, 2009
Evans Has Most Goats: For the second year in a row Lee Evans led the way in goats as he had six. Trent Edwards and Dick Jauron had five each but Jauron gets a sixth with the rest of his coaching staff. Goats Tally.
Thursday January 8, 2009
Lynch Leads Gameball Total: We have tallied up our gameballs given out after each game this season. For the second year in a row Marshawn Lynch leads the way with eight gameballs. He's followed by Trent Edwards and Lee Evans with six each. Gameball Tally.
Wednesday January 7, 2009
Big Problems At One Bills Drive: Tony Bogyo calls it likes it is when he says there are big problems at One Bills Drive. His last article brought a lot of fan reaction which prompted him to write a follow up article in which he expands on the issues and answers fans input. Complete Story.
Tuesday January 6, 2009
Three Finalists: Ralph Wilson, Andre Reed, and Bruce Smith are among the 17 finalists for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Class of 2009 will be announced the Saturday before the Super Bowl and will consist of anywhere from four to seven people. Smith is considered a lock in his first year of eligibility. Wilson and Reed are more of a longshot as two people from one organization don't usually go in the same year.
Bills Confirm Soreness: The Bills have confirmed Trent Edwards has soreness in his throwing shoulder. He told the team during his year end physical. Surgery is not likely at this time but as we reported earlier he is looking at his options. The team released this statement, "We sent Trent for a routine MRI on his shoulder during his year-end physical because he had complained of some soreness. He did not miss any playing time and there was no lack of strength in his shoulder due to the soreness. He has scheduled visits with a couple of doctors this week and we will know more at that time."
Edwards Ailing Shoulder: WGR is reporting that Trent Edwards is seeking opinions on an injured throwing shoulder. He had several problems during his college career with his right shoulder. One of the options he's considering may be surgery. Two sources told the radio station that it isn't a serious situation. Injury Page.
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