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yards and nine touchdowns. Evans is the second Bills receiver to have his season cut short because of an injury, as Roscoe Parrish has been out since breaking his wrist in a loss to Chicago in Toronto on Nov. 7. The Bills also placed tight end
bust a long one to paydirt — either in the rush game or screen game. Plus, with wide receiver/punt returner Roscoe Parrish placed on the IR, look for Spiller’s role to increase in both special teams and the aerial attack. Starter Fred
saw from Darius Butler last week. He was burned by Roscoe Parrish on a 32-yard catch in the third quarter and (along ..... appearance did some damage, as he gave up a catch to Roscoe Parrish on his very first snap and then took a terrible angle
was plenty of down — he made a bad form tackle on Roscoe Parrish , trying to knock him down with his shoulder. (Given ..... Fitzpatrick looked deep down the middle of the field for Roscoe Parrish , but Pat Chung was able to pick the ball off — really
seize control of the game, chances are it will happen as a result of a big play on special teams from either Spiller or Roscoe Parrish . “Bruce has a long history in the league and he’s an excellent coach. I think they do a great job in
second quarter to help keep the Bills out of field goal range. On the negative side, Brandon Meriweather whiffed on Roscoe Parrish to allow an early first down. O'Neal also gave too much room to Evans on the outside for a 15-yard gain to pick up third-and-12 in the third quarter
the second quarter. Butler came in on nickel coverage and promptly allowed a nine-yard first-down reception to Roscoe Parrish to the Patriots 23 on 2nd-and-5. He seemed to gather his bearings in the second half and played better. Whether
week that you can't give seven up their on the board for special teams against Buffalo. C.J. Spiller, they had Roscoe Parrish before him, now Spiller. What happened it looked like there were a couple of opportunities to get Spiller and it just didn't
in the game, completing 20-for-24 for 247 yards. “Fitz did a good job moving the ball," Bills receiver Roscoe Parrish said. "When you score 30 points you expect a victory but it didn’t go that way for us today. We have to watch film. Our coach
real good in the kicking game, good returners, good specialists, real good backs, big-play receivers – [ Roscoe ] Parrish , Lee Evans. Defensively, [they’re] physical. [They] play in a 3-4. I think they’re playing stouter up there
run hitter. They’ve got three good backs with [Fred] Jackson, [Marshawn] Lynch and [C.J.] Spiller . [ Roscoe ] Parrish is their returner, receiver, very elusive and hard to tackle. They’ve got a really good group of skill players
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