Doug’s Triple Take: Buffalo Bills Halfway Heroes, Looking Ahead To Chiefs

Half a season down, half a season to go.  Although the Buffalo Bills currently sit at 5-3, finishing the season at 10-6 or better isn’t going to be a cakewalk by any means.  After 9 weeks, the logjam in the Continue reading Doug’s Triple Take: Buffalo Bills Halfway Heroes, Looking Ahead To Chiefs

Doug’s Triple Take: Recapping Buffalo Bills-Vikings, Looking Ahead to New York Jets

I’m not sure how much my heart can take this Buffalo Bills’ season.  Every Sunday this season my blood pressure has risen dramatically for many reasons: an overtime win, a complete thrashing in the home opener, two last second comebacks, Continue reading Doug’s Triple Take: Recapping Buffalo Bills-Vikings, Looking Ahead to New York Jets

Donald Trump Doesn’t Want People To Think He’s Upset About Buffalo Bills Sale

Even with the loss to the Pats, it’s hard to feel down about the Bills after the change of ownership.  The Pegulas have shown class at every juncture during the process: staying silent while bidding, ensuring they didn’t get outbid, Continue reading Donald Trump Doesn’t Want People To Think He’s Upset About Buffalo Bills Sale

Marrone’s “Quarters” and the Bills Playoff Outlook

Most people that know me personally are well aware that I’m a math guy. Numbers fascinate me because of what they can tell us, but more importantly what they can’t.  Humans have a funny way of taking statistics, turning them Continue reading Marrone’s “Quarters” and the Bills Playoff Outlook

Richie Incognito’s Redemption Should Start in Buffalo

First it was Ray Rice. Adrian Peterson soon followed. My 4:00 drive home listening to ESPN Radio the last month has consisted of these two topics, with a slight dash of actual sports. From the outside looking in, it seems Continue reading Richie Incognito’s Redemption Should Start in Buffalo