2015 Buffalo Bills All About Second Chances

The Buffalo Bills may or may not take my suggestion to switch from the Shout song to Trololol.  IK Enemkpali’s name is pronounced “EP-ic TROLL-ing.”  Or maybe I’m giving the Bills grief for a largely routine transaction involving a player who Continue reading 2015 Buffalo Bills All About Second Chances

2015 Buffalo Bills Schedule: 17 Facts To Know About The Regular Season Matchups

There’s still over a month to go until the Buffalo Bills’ players and coaches reconvene for training camp, so naturally we’re looking towards the future. Beyond all of the interesting positional battles that will take place this summer at St. Continue reading 2015 Buffalo Bills Schedule: 17 Facts To Know About The Regular Season Matchups

Rex Ryan Will Have To Get The Most Out Of Bills QB Situation

Successful NFL coaches build mansions out of dirt.  Meanwhile, those who fasten wall studs with masking tape don’t get to build more residences.  Craftsmen are unable to make excuses if they’re given proper building materials.  Personnel can make any coach look Continue reading Rex Ryan Will Have To Get The Most Out Of Bills QB Situation

Getting Buffalo Bills Coach Rex Ryan a Passing Grade

Rex Ryan still awaits a real chance to disprove he’s bad at offense.  Give him decent personnel so we can see if he’s really screwing up or just victimized by roster thinness.  The Buffalo Bills’ coach specifically wonders when he will Continue reading Getting Buffalo Bills Coach Rex Ryan a Passing Grade

EJ Manuel May Be Greatest Beneficiary Of Marrone’s Departure

It seems logical to assume that the Buffalo Bills defense will benefit from having Rex Ryan as their head coach. However, there are also many reasons to believe that Ryan could live up to his word about committing to improve Continue reading EJ Manuel May Be Greatest Beneficiary Of Marrone’s Departure

Defense, Special Teams Drag Buffalo Bills Offense to Victory

The Buffalo Bills offense looked as good as their jumpsuit uniforms.  No, it’s not a compliment.  Liking the jarringly monochromatic blue-on-blue look is the fashion equivalent of thinking Kyle Orton is a longterm solution.  Criminal taste in uniforms aside, it took Continue reading Defense, Special Teams Drag Buffalo Bills Offense to Victory

Doug’s Triple Take: Recapping Buffalo Bills Win vs. Jets, Looking Ahead

I wish I could say there was a lot learned by watching the drubbing of the Jets this week, but after the game all I was left with were two things; questions and a sore throat.  Don’t get me wrong, Continue reading Doug’s Triple Take: Recapping Buffalo Bills Win vs. Jets, Looking Ahead

A Step Off: Rhythm Still Lacking On Buffalo Bills Offense

After watching the Jets nearly stick it to the Patriots in a last second field goal attempt on Thursday evening, I was struck by the contrast in the ‘tale of two quarterbacks’. On the green team, there was Geno Smith, Continue reading A Step Off: Rhythm Still Lacking On Buffalo Bills Offense

A Tour Around AFC East Rival Camps: New York Jets Edition

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Another day, another AFC East Rival Camp to discuss. Today, we’ll take a look at the New York Jets. The two biggest storylines coming out of Cortland, NY are the quarterback battle between Geno Smith and Mike Vick and the Continue reading A Tour Around AFC East Rival Camps: New York Jets Edition

Will EJ Manuel Be Able to Silence His Critics?

This off-season it seems fashionable to criticize EJ Manuel and question whether or not he has the ability to develop into the franchise quarterback the Buffalo Bills hoped he would become, preferably sooner than later. Charlie Casserly and the talking Continue reading Will EJ Manuel Be Able to Silence His Critics?