Cody Ford: I got my QB’s back

NFL: Preseason-Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills

By Brandon J. Koch

Buffalo Bills rookie offensive linemen Cody Ford is not afraid to stick up for his quarterback.

Late in the second quarter, Giants linebacker Lorenzo Carter brought down Bills quarterback Josh Allen to the ground after Allen threw the ball.

Something that Ford didn’t like.

He went after Carter and it resulted in a 15 yard unnecessary roughness penalty.

Cody Ford’s message after the game? He has his QB’s back.

Ford told WGRZ’s J.T. Messinger: “I just had to let him know that I got my QB’s back, and if anything else goes down, I’m here.”

Josh Allen talked about Ford’s response after the game- nothing but appreciation.

“He’s the man, I appreciate what he did for me there. To have guys stick up for you, Coach can say that was a bad penalty and it kind of put us back but as a quarterback I love when linemen kind of stick up for you I will take care of him.”


Frank Gore praises Josh Allen

By Brandon J. Koch

Buffalo Bills running back Frank Gore doesn’t care about what the outside world thinks of Josh Allen.

The future Hall Of Famer talked about the second year quarterback after the game.

“He’s very competitive and very tough. We have the right quarterback for this team. I don’t care what the outside world says, I know we believe in him. I feel he can do anything on the field, and it showed today.”

Considering the two have only worked with each other since April, that’s all you need to know about what the locker room thinks about their franchise quarterback.

Tweet Via Alex Brasky

Josh Allen: There’s one New York team

By Brandon J. Koch

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen told a bold face truth when talking to reporters during postgame.

Reporter: “You had a chance to end up in New York…”

Josh Allen: “I am in New York.”

He continues chucking

“There’s only one New York team…”

From Prescott Rossi of RochesterWROC-TV

Devin Singletary’s first career touchdown!

By Brandon J. Koch

Rookie running back Devin Singletary scored his first touchdown in the second quarter of today’s win over the New York Giants.

A 14 yard run from the left side, where most of his runs have been coming from so far.

Singletary exited the game with a hamstring strain.

He will be getting an MRI tomorrow to reveal the extent of the strain.

Jets Henry Anderson fined for late hit on Josh Allen

By Brandon J. Koch

New York Jets defensive linemen Henry Anderson was fined $10,527 for unnecessary roughness, his late hit against Josh Allen, Ian Rapoport reports.

Anderson has a history of dirty, cheap shots and late hits.

From Cold Front Report:

Many pointed it out after the game that Anderson went low on Allen. And now the NFL takes action.

Tony Gonzalez stopped a trade to Buffalo

By Brandon J. Koch

Former Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez recently said revealed this week that back in 2009, the Bills tried to trade for him.

Before the Chiefs traded him to the Falcons, the Bills was close to trading for him.

He didn’t want to come to Buffalo.

“Absolutely not. If you trade for me, I’ll probably retire. Because I’m not going up there.”

Gonzalez did add it was because the Bills weren’t winning, it had nothing to do with the area.

Watch: Tre White sneaks up on Harrison Phillips

By Brandon J. Koch

Tre’Davious White will always be the funniest player on the Buffalo Bills.

Here is the latest proof.

White walks into Subway, spying on defensive tackle Harrison Phillips.

“I caught you, I caught you,” White said.

“You trying to get some chocolate chip cookies that’s what you came here for, I’m gonna tell coach McDermott.”

What does Harrison Phillips have to say about this?

Two teammates having a good laugh.

Report: Tyrel Dodson suspended six games

By Brandon J. Koch

Bills linebacker Tyrel Dodson will be suspended 6 games for a violation of the personal conduct policy, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports.

Dodson, 21, signed as an undrafted free agent in the spring. He was arrested in late May for allegedly roughing up his girlfriend before heading out to a night club. 

Josh Allen thanks BillsMafia

Photo: Chris Pedota, Today Network

There was a good number of Bills fans last Sunday at Metlife Stadium.

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen felt the presence of BillsMafia and told New York reporters he’s appreciative of it.

“I want to thank Bills Mafia for kind of showing up, but in the fourth quarter it did give us some momentum,” Allen said in a conference call Wednesday to reporters.

“It did allow us to feel that excitement and that momentum kind of shifting in our direction. It wasn’t like it was super loud in there, but it was loud enough where it could kind of help disrupt or make a difference in the game. And we really felt it as players.”

Sean McDermott postgame:

“It’s great to have the Buffalo Bills represented the way we did in this game, I appreciate those fans for showing up, supporting us. It goes a long way and it means a lot to the team.”

The question is, how many Bills fans will come back to the same stadium this Sunday?

Lawsuit filed, Accuses Antonio Brown of Rape

By Brandon J. Koch

Some breaking news that effects the AFC East.

According to the New York Times and TMZ, a lawsuit filed accuses Patriots Wide receiver Antonio Brown of rape.

“Brown has been accused of raping his former trainer, according to a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday in the Southern District of Florida.”

More here:

“The lawsuit says that Brown — in three separate incidents, two in June 2017 and another in May 2018 — sexually assaulted a woman named Britney Taylor, a gymnast whom he met while they were attending Central Michigan together and whom he later hired as a trainer.”

Taylor claims the first incident happened in June 2017 during a training session when “Brown exposed himself and kissed [her] without her consent.”

From TMZ

“Taylor then describes a second alleged incident … “Later that month, Brown, while positioned behind her, began masturbating near her without her knowledge and ejaculated on her back.”

Taylor claims the first incident occurred at Brown’s home in Pittsburgh and the second incident occurred at Brown’s home in Florida.

This is huge breaking news and we will see what the NFL will do, or the New England Patriots.

Response from Antonio Brown’s legal team:

Remember, everyone is innocent until proven guilty.