If I had to pick just one favorite part of this impossibly joyous season, it’d be how forgettable it is. Shrug at pain that’ll evaporate in moments due to indifference only a team this inept can spur. Did you know Continue reading Buffalo Bills Can’t Get Crushed Any Worse? Dare Accepted
The 1960s are here with a quarterback born in 1996. Josh Allen brings that throwback feel, and not just because of the old-timey cowboy typeface on his college uniform. The Buffalo Bills might finally deploy the American Football League strategy Continue reading Throwback Passing Forward With The Buffalo Bills
Yes, it’s that time of year again. For those of us NFL ‘deplorables’ whose ghosts of Christmas’ past include nearly a generation of missed playoffs – the specter of December looms large. Will this be the year we are able Continue reading Jingle Bills or Santa smells for Christmas?
That’s what we get for feeling excitement. A little bit of joy is apparently the most sinful thing to desire. Feel shame instead. Even we’re not used to this intensity. Sunday’s felonious thrashing was an atrocious letdown even by Buffalo Continue reading Buffalo Bills pick bad time to be at their worst
Wearing a Union Jack shirt to Ralph Wilson Stadium instead of a Buffalo Bills one is a nice change of pace. At least the color scheme’s the same. I was lucky enough to visit town along with the Rolling Stones, Continue reading Buffalo Bills Look to Rock the Ralph Like The Rolling Stones
Ralph Wilson died one year ago today. The inevitability of losing someone born during World War I didn’t make dealing with grief easier. But what’s happened since then with the Buffalo Bills means his most prominent achievement will let us Continue reading Remembering Ralph Wilson as the Buffalo Bills Keep Moving