The Buffalo defense has shown to have some holes, especially in recent weeks. One unit that has been a strength for the majority of the season is their secondary. This group has been completely rebuilt over the last two seasons Continue reading State of the Bills: Defensive Backs
As the 2018 season is winding down, it’s been a tough year for the Bills sitting at 5-9. In typical Buffalo sports fashion, questions are still being asked about whether or not “The Process” is working out. Over the years, Continue reading The Process, two years in.
A loss to the New York Jets on Sunday means that any fan who was holding out hope for an unlikely playoff push can join the rest of us focusing on the future now that the Bills are officially out Continue reading State of the Buffalo Bills: Linebackers
The Buffalo Bills are clearly focusing on the youth movement as the 2018 season goes on, but there are a core of veteran players benefiting from the approach the Bills have been taking during the Beane and McDermott era. Kyle Continue reading Buffalo Bills Player Development Part 2: Veteran Players
It’s no secret the Bills have a lack of prime talent on the roster in 2018. However, going back to the beginning of the season and reaching the level they are playing at now, there have been some signs of Continue reading Despite a bumpy learning curve, Bills showing positive signs developing young players.
There is some excitement in the air after a pair of back to back wins by the Bills over their last two games. While the defense has kept Buffalo in games most of the season, it has been the offense Continue reading ‘State of the Bills’: Defensive Line
What can Josh Allen learn from Derek Anderson, anyway? Watch Josh Allen’s throw to Shady in Erik Turner’s “Four Takeaways” article: Check out video here. Try to pause the video right before Josh lets it fly. This is difficult, because Continue reading What Can Josh Allen Learn from Derek Anderson, Anyway?
First, let’s all take a moment to appreciate that football has finally returned to Western New York following a long and eventful offseason. With the first preseason contest in the books, fans should be relatively happy with what they saw from Continue reading Takeaways From Bills First Preseason Game
My nerd math teacher would call the Bills’ WR Room a negatively-skewed leptokurtic distribution. Then he would try to explain it: “Leptokurtic distributions are statistical distributions where there are extreme points along the X axis, more concentrated about the mean”. Continue reading The Bills WRs Aren’t as Leptokurtic as You Think
With training camp right around the corner, all eyes will be on the quarterback position. Since draft night Sean McDermott has made one thing quite clear; this is an open competition. At this point, it’s anyone’s guess who will win Continue reading Bills Should Stay Patient With Allen