Long distance observations from Bills’ Training Camp

With the first four open practices for the Bills in the books, I thought it might be time to take a look at some of the intangible aspects of how the Buffalo Bills are faring after their first four practices Continue reading Long distance observations from Bills’ Training Camp

Race to Rehearse as Buffalo Bills Camp in Pittsford

There’s not much training in training camp.  They’re not really camping, either, if you want to be a huge nerd about it.  Technical violations of language don’t change the spirit of this football festival.  The Buffalo Bills are getting in Continue reading Race to Rehearse as Buffalo Bills Camp in Pittsford

Buffalo Bills Must Position Themselves for Success

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

One Year Older, One ‘Fuller’ Roster for Josh Allen

Josh Allen won’t be able to make excuses.  That’s just what he seeks, hopefully.  If he didn’t want a challenge, then why did he get drafted by Buffalo?  Fate’s a bitch even if you’re making a fortune based on potential Continue reading One Year Older, One ‘Fuller’ Roster for Josh Allen

New Starters to Replace Finished Former Buffalo Bills

Let’s get everyone name tags.  It’s easier to list returning players than new dudes for the Buffalo Bills.  Forgetting who was here feels natural if you remember last year’s woefulness. For once, noting how many new starters will be in Continue reading New Starters to Replace Finished Former Buffalo Bills

Bills continue off-season approach of building trenches in the draft.

After a 2018 season that featured a severe weakness in the offensive line, Brandon Beane made it his priority to overhaul the unit. During free agency the Bills signed six new players (Spencer Long, Mitch Morse, Ty Nsekhe, John Feliciano, Continue reading Bills continue off-season approach of building trenches in the draft.

Waiting for Ed Oliver to Hurry After Buffalo Bills Draft

The Buffalo Bills know during the summer what’ll be opened on Christmas.  I wanna play He-Man now, but there will be no exploring Castle Grayskull for awhile.  This wait might be worth it.  Ed Oliver is the first-round pick with Continue reading Waiting for Ed Oliver to Hurry After Buffalo Bills Draft

Astro Notes: Draft Review

I haven’t read or watched the national pundits about the Bills’ draft, and may not. I haven’t even put the local Kool-Aid to my lips before writing this summary. What I already know about the Bills’ draft comes unfiltered. Here Continue reading Astro Notes: Draft Review

Potential options for Bills with ninth overall pick in 2019 NFL Draft

With less than a month until the draft, the Bills have some options in regards to their first round pick. In recent interviews, Brandon Beane suggested the Bills don’t “need” to be in the top ten, which hints to a Continue reading Potential options for Bills with ninth overall pick in 2019 NFL Draft

Bills’ Positional Needs, 2019

​Here’s my annual pre-draft Positional Needs Assessment which will dovetail with my round-by-round BillsMafia War Chart which lives here. Offense: OT — Ty Nsehke is a 2-year contract, and LaAdrian Waddle (Pats bkp LT) is a 1-year contract. Both are Continue reading Bills’ Positional Needs, 2019