Back to Day Jobs As Buffalo Bills Move From Primetime

I had forgotten what it’s like to be nervous for football.  The Buffalo Bills did the same.  Thursday was the perfect time to revert to previous hideous form is in front of a semi-national audience.  With eight games gone and Continue reading

Work in Progress as Buffalo Bills Take a Break

Messing up a winnable game shouldn’t feel normal.  But reality sets in even as the division gets strange.  The New York Jets, New England Patriots, and Buffalo Bills all have the same record after five games.  It’s just like everyone Continue reading

Rex Ryan-led Buffalo Bills Driven By Personality

Temperament can win football games.  Maybe.  Sure, you have to put just a little effort into it.  But a team’s character is what focuses energy.  Maintaining a style in victory is a signature of athletic success.  Said identity is naturally Continue reading

Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills Don’t Care What You Think

If you’re comfortable, you’re not risking enough.  Getting ahead should feel dangerous, especially since safety is not a trait normally associated with progress.  Weighing the reward against the potential downside should lead to concluding goals are worth some pain.  Or, Continue reading

Buffalo Bills Hope to Avoid Sabres’ Mistakes, Skate to Success

The Buffalo Bills should be glad to have a bad example from which to learn, especially since it’s not their own.  Analyzing what mistakes the Sabres made in free agency is a premier advantage of gathering everyone under the One Continue reading

For The Pegulas, Identifying Congruent Values Key To Finding Next Buffalo Bills Coach

The Pegula’s probably didn’t anticipate beginning their first offseason as NFL owners with a drama quite like the one that the Buffalo Bills’ former head coach and quarterback Doug Marrone and Kyle Orton dropped in their lap. Fortunately, the Sabres Continue reading