Astro’s “Pick-Six” For April

The Bills have been so thorough this year, via trades and Free Agency. GM Beane’s thoroughness has extended to the draft’s available talent, too. Part of that is because he’s not likely looking for a franchise QB or even a Continue reading Astro’s “Pick-Six” For April

AstroNotes: WRs After The Combine

My impressions after a watch of the Combine: The Bills want high completions; McDermott said it this week. I’m tempted to take the lowest 9 in catch rate OFF my BillsMafia War Chart, or drop them down a color. Here Continue reading AstroNotes: WRs After The Combine

The Stars At Bills-Scouted Games

My goal here is to compile a list of the college players who really performed for the Bills’ scouts and front office at games in 2019. I’m adding all of these to the BillsMafia War Chart. How did they do? Continue reading The Stars At Bills-Scouted Games

Non-Smurf WRs in 2020 Draft

The Bills have plenty of Smurfs in their WR room. Beasley, Brown, McKenzie, Roberts and practice-squadder Nick Easley are all sub-six on the measuring stick. Only 6-3 Duke Williams and 2019 afterthought Robert Foster at 6-2 can see what’s coming Continue reading Non-Smurf WRs in 2020 Draft

Astro’s “Pick Six”

It’s just too early to look at 400 draftable college players, right?? I empathize with you. As of this writing, the fans of 8 undefeated teams –including my Bills– should care less about draft needs and “Process” guys. You’re content Continue reading Astro’s “Pick Six”

2020 WR Fits For The Bills [updated 1- 2020]

“Wait, we’re loaded at wide receiver, right? The depth chart is full of new faces. We added John Brown for a downfield threat to compete with Foster, and we brought in Cole Beasley to fill the slot role, and that Continue reading 2020 WR Fits For The Bills [updated 1- 2020]