Mitch Trubisky’s performance for Bears against Packers creates ‘heebie-jeebies’ about Josh Allen

The collective groan coming from Bills fans who were watching Chicago Bears’ quarterback Mitch Trubisky get ‘pettinized’ by the Green Bay Packers 10-3 on Thursday night could be heard all the way to Wyoming . The Packers defensive coordinator (and Continue reading Mitch Trubisky’s performance for Bears against Packers creates ‘heebie-jeebies’ about Josh Allen

Andrew Luck’s decision to retire is his own business

One of the worst aspects of the emergence of social media has been how efficiently humans can now judge one another almost instantly, and on a massive scale. The latest viral Twitter ‘judgment’ involves gossip around Colts’ quarterback Andrew Luck’s Continue reading Andrew Luck’s decision to retire is his own business

Why McDermott preaches ‘love’ in a ‘macho’ sport

Among the many impressive traits Sean McDermott possesses as head coach of the Buffalo Bills, pushing cultural boundaries in the locker room might be one of the most interesting approaches I’ve seen in the NFL to date. Those who know Continue reading Why McDermott preaches ‘love’ in a ‘macho’ sport

Bills Camp Practice Tweets: Aug. 1

Yesterday was our ‘once every camp’ weird day. Injuries, fights, players getting crabby, offense getting schooled. It will be interesting to see what today brings. Let’s get it, BillsMafia… Editor’s babble: Well that’s a wrap for the seventh practice of Continue reading Bills Camp Practice Tweets: Aug. 1

Long distance observations from Bills’ Training Camp

With the first four open practices for the Bills in the books, I thought it might be time to take a look at some of the intangible aspects of how the Buffalo Bills are faring after their first four practices Continue reading Long distance observations from Bills’ Training Camp