Buffalo Bills Awards: Sammy Watkins, Kyle Williams Highlight Best Plays in Win vs. Miami Dolphins

The Buffalo Bills took care of business yesterday against the Miami Dolphins, beating an AFC East division foe 29-10. After upsetting the Chicago Bears on the road to kick-off the season, Ralph Wilson Stadium was rocking with energy and excitement. Continue reading Buffalo Bills Awards: Sammy Watkins, Kyle Williams Highlight Best Plays in Win vs. Miami Dolphins

Predicting the Buffalo Bills 53-Man Roster 1.0

Predicting the Buffalo Bills 53-man roster isn’t easy. The Buffalo Bills have shown that this roster is a bigger, faster, stronger and more talented group than the team has fielded in the last few seasons. The Bills have 90 men on Continue reading Predicting the Buffalo Bills 53-Man Roster 1.0

10 Quick Observations from the Bills Preseason Win Over the Panthers

Another preseason game in the books… That means its time for 10 quick observations from the Bills preseason win over the Panthers, the second in my Samuelson Slant series that will culminate in an overall observation article from the preseason. Continue reading 10 Quick Observations from the Bills Preseason Win Over the Panthers

Observations After Preseason Game #2: Buffalo Bills At Carolina Panthers

The following are some observations made (in no particular order) after watching the Bills hold on desperately to secure their first victory of the preseason last night, 20-18. The game featured typical preseason fare; rusty routes, inconsistent blocking by offensive Continue reading Observations After Preseason Game #2: Buffalo Bills At Carolina Panthers

Training Camp Intangibles: Monday, July 28th

If a smartphone were really that smart, why would it go off like a siren in the middle of the night? Apparently in Western New York, it happens to alert people when hazardous events are occurring, such as the thunderstorm Continue reading Training Camp Intangibles: Monday, July 28th

Strength in Numbers: The 2014 Bills Secondary

The Buffalo Bills secondary was quietly one of the most impressive in the game throughout the 2013 season. Finishing the year 4th overall in passing YPG allowed with 204.4 and 2nd overall behind only the Super Bowl Champion-Seahawks in interceptions Continue reading Strength in Numbers: The 2014 Bills Secondary

All Safeties Free and Strong

Playing it safe has its limits, even with safeties. The Bills face positional upheaval thanks to Jairus Byrd deciding that being paid too much wasn’t enough. Change can create opportunity, and this team doesn’t have a choice. Their top remaining Continue reading All Safeties Free and Strong

2014 Buffalo Bills Preview: 12 Questions Surrounding Roster Depth

Quality depth in the NFL is hard to come by, as Buffalo Bills fans have grown to realize over the past 15 years, but it’s a necessary component of any contending roster. Prior to this season, the Bills have fielded Continue reading 2014 Buffalo Bills Preview: 12 Questions Surrounding Roster Depth

Middle of the Road

Snagging Andre Reed in the fourth round is the exception. The draft grows unfairly tricky for general managers midway through: it’s unfair to expect superstars, yet those selected are still busts if they don’t make an impact. The Bills don’t Continue reading Middle of the Road

Da’Norris Searcy May Surprise Some Bills Fans, But Not This Old Fossil

Jairus Byrd has flown the coop and moved on to join the Saints. The departure has Bills fans panicking about who will replace him. Judging from the posts I read on the message board at buffalobills.com, as well as other Continue reading Da’Norris Searcy May Surprise Some Bills Fans, But Not This Old Fossil