Buffalo Bills Circling The Wagons: AFC Honors, Seantrel Henderson


Aug 16, 2014; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Buffalo Bills kicker Dan Carpenter (2) attempts a field goal from the hold of punter Brian Moorman (8) against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. The Steelers won 19-16. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

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Colton Schmidt was not the only Bills players to receive honors of being the best in week 1.  Dan Carpenter received week 1 honors of being the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.  Carpenter has received this award before but never with Buffalo.  The last time he received this was 2010 when he was still with Miami.  [Buffalo Bills]

Seantrel Henderson was a blue chip recruit coming out of high school.  He was at the top of his game going into college and got the recognition for it.  He was young and made some bad choices off the field, which in turn hurt him as a person and his future career in the NFL.  Buffalo took a chance on the one time first round prospect in the 7th round and got a deal.  Henderson is showing is talent again and there is no looking back.  [Buffalo Bills]

Marcell Dareus was set to work out a plea deal in court this past Tuesday but that was not the case. His court date and case dealing with the street racing charges has been adjourned to Nov 18th, 2014.  [Fox Sports]

Aaron Williams suffered a concussion late in the game on Sunday.  He has been limited in practice this week and the Bills state that they are following the concussion protocol that was set forth by the NFL for all concussion cases.  [ESPN]

ESPN released their power rankings for week 2 and the Buffalo Bills moved up considerably to the 23rd spot in ESPNs power rankings.  In the NFL.com rankings, the Bills moved up 8 spots to land at number 21 among the rest of the NFL.  [ESPN]

With the new ownership just about finished for the Buffalo Bills, there is now the discussion of where a new stadium is going to be built and the best possible place.  The NFL has stated that the Bills need a new modern stadium fro their needs, but we have also heard that the Ralph is more than fine and the possibility of an extensive renovation is still a possibility for the Ralph.  Here are a couple of sites that could meet the needs for a stadium and the Bills.  [Buffalo News]