EJ Manuel starts slow, ends strong
PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- EJ Manuel got off to a sloppy start in the Buffalo Bills' 90-minute scrimmage Monday night. He made up for it with a big finish.
Then again, the Bills' new-look, aggressive defense had something to do with the early problems for the rookie quarterback. And they played without defensive end Mario Williams, who was held out to rest a sore left foot.
Manuel threw two interceptions on his first eight attempts, before closing with two touchdowns, and scoring ...
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