Receivers vs. Linemen: What’s the Best Way to Help a Young QB

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With the ninth overall selection of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills are probably going to select a player that will help second year quarterback EJ Manuel improve his play. With that said, what type of player is necessary Continue reading

Relative Prospects

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Jealousy doesn’t win football games, but having players who inspire it is a good start. The ruthless nature of the game is embodied by the gleeful knowledge that others have different needs as the draft approaches. Teams who had even Continue reading

The Bills Are Looking Hard at Running Backs

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In 2013, the Buffalo Bills ranked second in the league in rushing with 2,307 yards and first in rushing attempts with 546 attempts. The Bills did this mostly behind Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller, although both were banged up at Continue reading

Should the Bills Add a Tight End in the 2014 NFL Draft? Chris Gragg Doesn’t Think So.

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Following the Mike Williams trade, two positions have been consistent choices for the Bills in mock drafts: offensive tackle and tight end. At offensive tackle, Jake Matthews and Taylor Lewan are the choices and at tight end? Eric Ebron. Why Continue reading

Locating the Next Ralph Wilson Stadium

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In the early 1970s, as they replaced the old Rockpile, there was a deal put in place to move the stadium to the Southtowns because the Southtowns might pull out of a revenue and tax sharing deal. Whether or not Continue reading

The Mike Williams Trade Sends a Message to Fellow Wide Receivers

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The Buffalo Bills acquired former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide out, and Buffalo native, Mike Williams in exchange for a 2014 sixth round draft pick.  It’s a low cost gamble for the Bills as Williams only counts $1.8 million against the Continue reading