About Robyn Mundy

Robyn Mundy is Editor-in-Chief of the BillsMafia blog at BillsMafia.com. She's a retired oncology nurse & psychotherapist who loves to write about her life-long passion for the Buffalo Bills, and occasionally something of clinical or social relevance. Robyn lives with her husband Gary and their dogs in the foothills of the glorious Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming. Robyn is also a proud founding sponsor. Follow her on Twitter at @robynmundyWYO.

Look for our Bills Training Camp ‘Twitter Round-Up’ at the conclusion of each practice

Back by popular request, I will be collating tweets during training camp practices in chronological order and publish them at the conclusion of each practice. Many people found these tweet round-ups to be helpful instead of having to sort through Continue reading Look for our Bills Training Camp ‘Twitter Round-Up’ at the conclusion of each practice

How Cole Beasley’s role in Buffalo will differ from Dallas

Sean McDermott mentioned the need for designated leadership roles for every position group many times in the past. Most position groups on defense (with the notable exception of the defensive line after losing Kyle Williams) are fairly well set in Continue reading How Cole Beasley’s role in Buffalo will differ from Dallas

‘Nick and Nolan’ podcast nails discussion on ‘intangibles’, what makes Sean McDermott tick

Let it be known that ‘wyobilzfan’ (RIP) may have died on the now defunct Buffalo Bills Message Board (RIP) hill , but my spirit is alive and well on Twitter @RobynMundyWYO. After waging nearly a 20 year battle with the Continue reading ‘Nick and Nolan’ podcast nails discussion on ‘intangibles’, what makes Sean McDermott tick

Bills are slowly building a cultural identity

After putting nearly all of BillsMafia to sleep with my last post outlining the context and operational definitions of building team culture as it relates to the NFL – now it’s time to use this information to take a look Continue reading Bills are slowly building a cultural identity

Is ‘cultural relativism’ a key to success in the NFL?

Wut? Recall my recent post threatening to spend time during the “quiet period” examining the concept of ‘culture’ and how it may or may not relate to improving successful outcomes (winning) in the NFL. First, let’s begin by putting some Continue reading Is ‘cultural relativism’ a key to success in the NFL?

So Gregg Williams is a card carrying member of the ‘Culture Club’?

No, I’m not referring to the 80’s band featuring Boy George, but it’s almost just as weird. I had to read the headline about five times before I could believe it. When Gregg Williams answered a reporter’s question recently about Continue reading So Gregg Williams is a card carrying member of the ‘Culture Club’?