Who are the Buffalo Bills? They’re “a professional American football team based in the Buffalo-Niagara Falls metropolitan area” according to an internet online website I just discovered named Wikipedia. Well, that settles it. Still, there may be more to the Continue reading Identifying How the Buffalo Bills Present Themselves
Sean McDermott mentioned the need for designated leadership roles for every position group many times in the past. Most position groups on defense (with the notable exception of the defensive line after losing Kyle Williams) are fairly well set in Continue reading How Cole Beasley’s role in Buffalo will differ from Dallas
Let’s look at the Buffalo Bills’ KR/PR candidates to back up Pro Bowler Andre Roberts. Continue reading Bills’ KR/PR: Many Happy Returns
Players with something to prove have motivation. Oh, and they’re getting paid. The incentive is built in no matter the salary. Looking for development means those in question haven’t quite lived up to expectations. Fans are waiting for a few Continue reading Buffalo Bills Hope for Gains from Those Who’ve Been Around
After putting nearly all of BillsMafia to sleep with my last post outlining the context and operational definitions of building team culture as it relates to the NFL – now it’s time to use this information to take a look Continue reading Bills are slowly building a cultural identity
Rookies are too guileless to know they’re not supposed to change the world. Zero games played means fun projections if you’re optimistic. The Buffalo Bills have hired young people they believe will set the world on fire. Officials do not Continue reading Buffalo Bills Won’t Hold Inexperience Against Rookies
Wut? Recall my recent post threatening to spend time during the “quiet period” examining the concept of ‘culture’ and how it may or may not relate to improving successful outcomes (winning) in the NFL. First, let’s begin by putting some Continue reading Is ‘cultural relativism’ a key to success in the NFL?
I’m always fascinated by the psychology of a sports team’s front office. Why did they choose this player over another? What archetypal qualities led to their ultimate selections? The Bills’ front office has been through 2 1/2 draft cycles together, Continue reading Who Were Still-Available Players For Bills in 2019 Draft?
The Buffalo Bills didn’t add John Brown to rush the quarterback. As a team player, the ostensible wideout might be willing to give it a try. I guess it would be surprising. Like a Drew Bledsoe bootleg, some ideas are Continue reading Buffalo Bills Must Position Themselves for Success