Sunday was bad for the Bills as they lost 38-14 to the Jets, and the future doesn't look much brighter.
LaDainian Tomlinson had his best game in nearly two years, rushing for 133 yards and two touchdowns to lead the New York Jets to a 38-14 victory over the winless Buffalo Bills.
The Bills have reached an injury settlement with LB Kawika Mitchell, releasing him from the team.
Kyle Williams doesn't receive much publicity, but he has been the Bills' best defender in 2010.
The Bills have signed OLB Chris Kelsay to a four-year, $24 million contract extension, The Associated Press reported Wednesday.
The Bills have signed QB Levi Brown, who was their seventh-round draft choice. He was cut at the end of training camp.
Trent Edwards, who was the Bills' starting QB in Weeks One and Two, was released Monday by the team.
Referee John Parry explained to pool reporter Mike Reiss the back-to-back timeout calls by the Bills at the end of the first half that did not warrant a penalty.
The Patriots overcame Buffalo's stiff challenge for a 38-30 win Sunday, their 14th straight over the Bills.
PFW associate editor Kevin Fishbain expects the Patriots to rally back in a big way against the lowly Bills.
Patriots WR Randy Moss will have his hands full going up against CBs Terrence McGee and Leodis McKelvin.
Although he's solid against both the run and the pass, SS Donte Whitner hasn't been the impact player that the Bills had hoped he'd be when they drafted him in 2006, according to our AFC East Whispers.
The Bills already have made one QB change in 2010 and might make another before the season is complete.
The Bills became the seventh NFL team to vote to decertify the union with a unanimous vote on Wednesday.
The Patriots' front seven will need to stop the Bills' three running backs and force the Bills to score points with their league-worst passing game.