The ability to get an accurate ‘read’ on a person after a short interview is an acquired skill, but it’s also a trait some seem to possess as a natural instinct. I found it enormously helpful as a psychotherapist over Continue reading ‘McBeanes’ have right ‘nose’ for intangibles
To cap off one of the strangest and wildest seasons in Buffalo Bills’ history, Doug Marrone opted out of his contract, stepping down as head coach of the team. There were reports throughout the year about a rising friction between Continue reading Doug Marrone Steps Down as Buffalo Bills’ Head Coach: What Happens Next?
Never forget the game where Tom Brady was benched against the Buffalo Bills after not scoring a first-half touchdown. Well, that’s one way to frame it. The division’s bully remembered the regular season’s final result for about as long as Continue reading Buffalo Bills Can’t Revel in Being Almost Good Enough
Second to None: The Relentless Drive and Impossible Dream of the Super Bowl Bills will be available on Monday, September 1st, but I was lucky enough to get a review copy ahead of time. The story is authored by Joseph Valerio, Continue reading ‘Second to None’ by Joseph Valerio Brings Back Fond Memories of the Super Bowl Bills
I was overdue for a Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame weekend. Back when Billy Shaw (1999), Marv Levy (2001), and Jim Kelly (2002) were inducted into the HOF, I was in high school. James Lofton and Joe DeLamielleure in 2003? A Continue reading A Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame Weekend
Andre Reed waited nine years, but this past weekend he was finally inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His induction appears to be the last Bills Hall of Famer for the foreseeable future, and because of this I Continue reading Who’s Next? Predicting the Next Member of the Buffalo Bills in the Hall of Fame