Residents are bracing for the worst, wondering whether measures taken so far are enough to keep devastation of the Queens community at bay.
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By Matt Kawahara - Sunday Oct 29, 2017
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - Starting slow was not the problem for the Raiders on Sunday. Their offense marched down the field on its opening drive, 81 yards in a crisp 13 plays, Derek Carr slinging the ball around and Jamize Olawale rumbling into the end zone for a seven-point lead in Buffalo. It was simply everything after that. The offense slowed. Holding onto the ball seemed difficult. A depleted defense bent as it was repeatedly pressed into action in the second half. The result was a 34-14 loss in which the Raiders came down hard from their thrilling last-second win 10 days earlier against the Chiefs. Halfway through the season they are 3-5 and have eclipsed last season’s loss total.
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By Matt Kawahara - Monday Oct 30, 2017
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Starting slow was not a problem for the Raiders on Sunday, as their offense marched 81 yards in a crisp 13 plays for a touchdown and early seven-point lead on the Bills. It was simply everything after that. The offense slowed. Holding onto the ball proved difficult. A willing defense bent as it was repeatedly pressed into action in the second half. The result was a 34-14 Oakland loss that tempered the excitement surrounding its last-play win over Kansas City 10 days earlier. Halfway through the season, the Raiders are 3-5, already eclipsing last season’s loss total.