Buffalo Bills pick bad time to be at their worst

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

Bills Beat Themselves in 17-13 Loss to Chiefs

The Buffalo Bills couldn’t get out of their own way in their 17-13 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday. In a game in which Buffalo was ahead on the scoreboard for all but the final 9 minutes, its hard to Continue reading

Buffalo Bills Dominate the New York Jets, Team Improves to 5-3

In a game where the Buffalo Bills’ defense dominated and the offense scored the most points they have all season while improving to 5-3 on the season, my grading process was easier than usual. While the offense should have done even Continue reading

10 Quick Observations from the Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame Game vs. the Giants

The 2014 NFL season is officially here. Well the preseason anyway. With all the off-season story lines that haven’t been football related and the fact we still don’t know who is going to own the team, it was good to Continue reading

How Will Sammy Watkins Do in Year One?

Offensive rookies in the NFL don’t usually make an immediate impact. This is especially true with the wide receiver position as it takes time to develop chemistry with a QB and learn the nuances of the playbook or routes in Continue reading

Samuelson Slant: Grading the Bills 2014 Draft

Well the moment we’ve all been waiting for came and went in what seems like a blink of the eye, despite it being stretched over a three day period. The 2014 NFL draft is in the books. Now those of Continue reading

The Samuelson Slant: Generation Drought

“Forgetta bout it” okay, got that out of my system. When you get inducted into the Bills Mafia you can’t help but want to use clichés like that. Let me be the first to welcome you to the inaugural edition Continue reading