Buffalo Bills Circling The Wagons: Marquise Goodwin, Leodis McKelvin, QB


Dec 15, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (88) before the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

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Marquise Goodwin sent a tweet that questioned fans loyalty and in a sense stated that we were bandwagon fans.  Anthony Dixon also showed concern with the treatment of the fans towards the team heading into the locker room down 24-0.  We have the best fans in the league, I guess San Fransisco doesn’t get booed when they play horribly.  [ESPN]

Doug Marrone is not happy with the situation at quarterback, like the rest of us.  Dennis Dixon was released yesterday, Jeff Tuel and Thad Lewis are the current back ups to EJ Manuel.  Is this enough again this season, not for Marrone.  They are actively looking to better the QB situation to possibly even challenge Manuel for the starting position.  [FanSided]

I noticed one player on the field that we hadn’t seen on the field all preseason during the Tampa game. Leodis McKelvin, after coming off of offseason hip surgery and also suffering a groin injury in the beginning of the week, McKelvin got his first game action this past Saturday.  McKelvin played decent and the better news is that he made it through the game without any major wear and tear and was back on the practice field Monday.  [Buffalo Bills]

Sammy Watkins is back at practice.  Watkins missed part of the week last week due to a bruised rib injury that was suffered during the preseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Watkins was out for some of the week as a precaution and did not play in the game against the Buccaneers.  Watkins is hoping that he will be ready to go against the Lions for the preseason finale. [Buffalo Bills]

With many people not happy with the quarterback situation both within the organization and outside of it; even the Hall of Fame quarterback, Jim Kelly, has expressed his displease with the situation that surrounds the Buffalo Bills signal caller.  It has been reported that the Bills are going mediocre at a back up role and are looking to sign former Bears QB, Jordan Palmer. [Syracuse.com]