The Day After; Buffalo

News and notes on the Buffalo Bills.

-- WR Eric Moulds began the game with two defenders on him, nothing unusual. But once Drew Bledsoe started hitting other receivers, the Jaguars loosened up on Moulds, and that's when Bledsoe began to involve his best receiver. Moulds wound up with seven catches for 133 yards and a touchdown.
   -- C Trey Teague has had trouble with shotgun snaps in each of the first two games. Once in each game as he sent a ground ball back to Drew Bledsoe, forcing the quarterback to chase it down and fall on it to prevent a lost fumble.
   -- SS Coy Wire, who lost his starting job when Lawyer Milloy was signed just before the season-opener, has shifted his attention to special teams and he's primed to become a star in that area. He has three tackles on the coverage teams in the first two games.
   -- KR Antonio Brown is learning that teams game-plan a bit more intensely in the regular season than the preseason. Brown made the roster thanks to two punt returns for touchdowns in the summer, but thus far he has returned seven punts a meager 41 yards and his lone kickoff return went for just 15 yards.
   -- DT Sam Adams, who had such a huge Bills debut with a sack and an interception return for a touchdown against New England, was silenced by the Jaguars. He was credited with just one tackle and Jacksonville, led by Fred Taylor, averaged 4.3 yards per rushing attempt despite the lopsided score.

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