2005 Buffalo Bills schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
5-11-0 0-0 4122 2515 1607 26 259 5496 3291 2205 30 343
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The Buffalo Bills' forty-sixth season was in 2005, and it was the second season Mike Mularkey served as the head coach of the team. The Bills played their home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium. He resigned from the Bills on Thursday, January 12, 2006. They finished the season 5-11-0, 4-4-0 at home and 1-7-0 on the road.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Houston Texans 22-7
Week 2 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3-19
Week 3 Atlanta Falcons 16-24
Week 4 @ New Orleans Saints 7-19
Week 5 Miami Dolphins 20-14
Week 6 New York Jets 27-17
Week 7 @ Oakland Raiders 17-38
Week 8 @ New England Patriots 16-21
Week 10 Kansas City Chiefs 14-3
Week 11 @ San Diego Chargers 10-48
Week 12 Carolina Panthers 9-13
Week 13 @ Miami Dolphins 23-24
Week 14 New England Patriots 7-35
Week 15 Denver Broncos 17-28
Week 16 @ Cincinnati Bengals 37-27
Week 17 @ New York Jets 26-30

2005 Buffalo Bills Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Mike Mularkey Offensive Coordinator: Tom Clements Defensive Coordinator: Jerry Gray Quarterbacks Coach: Sam Wyche Wide Receivers Coach: Tyke Tolbert Offensive Line Coach: Jim McNally, Frank Verducci Running Backs Coach: Eric Studesville Tight Ends Coach: Mike Miller Volunteer Offensive Quality Control: Alex Van Pelt Defensive Line Coach: Tim Krumrie Linebackers Coach: Don Blackmon Defensive Backs Coach: Steve Szabo Defensive Assistant Coach: Chuck Lester Special Teams Coach: Bobby April Strength and Conditioning Coach: Brad Roll Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: John Allaire General Manager: Tom Donahoe Director of Pro Personnel: John Guy Intern: Patrick Mularkey