2020 WR Fits For The Bills

“Wait, we’re loaded at wide receiver, right? The depth chart is full of new faces. We added John Brown for a downfield threat to compete with Foster, and we brought in Cole Beasley to fill the slot role, and that Continue reading 2020 WR Fits For The Bills

New Starters to Replace Finished Former Buffalo Bills

Let’s get everyone name tags.  It’s easier to list returning players than new dudes for the Buffalo Bills.  Forgetting who was here feels natural if you remember last year’s woefulness. For once, noting how many new starters will be in Continue reading New Starters to Replace Finished Former Buffalo Bills

2020 EDGE Fits for the Bills

I had EDGE as a P2 (very high) priority on my DraftTek Needs last year, and it went largely unaddressed. Four Bills’ DEs have their contracts expire at the end of the upcoming season (not counting LorAx), and there’s no Continue reading 2020 EDGE Fits for the Bills

PanchoBilla’s Passing Reminds Us How He Best Represented Bills Mafia

Sports make us feel like we know people we’ve never met.  They also make us grieve for someone we never will.  Ezra Castro will always embody the passion we should have for life in general, football in particular, and the Continue reading PanchoBilla’s Passing Reminds Us How He Best Represented Bills Mafia

Bills continue off-season approach of building trenches in the draft.

After a 2018 season that featured a severe weakness in the offensive line, Brandon Beane made it his priority to overhaul the unit. During free agency the Bills signed six new players (Spencer Long, Mitch Morse, Ty Nsekhe, John Feliciano, Continue reading Bills continue off-season approach of building trenches in the draft.

Ed Reed shines light on why Rex Ryan defense failed in Buffalo

Most players and coaches in professional sports consider interviewing with the media a necessary evil of the business. But every once in awhile an interview comes along where raw truths may reveal themselves in the most interesting manner. Such was Continue reading Ed Reed shines light on why Rex Ryan defense failed in Buffalo