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
If the Buffalo Bills are sick of being stereotyped, they can stop playing the expected way. Their most recent performance showed them to be incapable of really making an elite team sweat. The doubters being right is the only thing that could Continue reading Buffalo Bills Can’t Beat Perception
The Bills come into the bye week standing at 5-3 and holding down the last playoff spot thanks to some tiebreakers. The Bills have eight games remaining with an even split of road and away games, though three home games Continue reading A Look at the Buffalo Bills Second-Half Opponents
Most people that know me personally are well aware that I’m a math guy. Numbers fascinate me because of what they can tell us, but more importantly what they can’t. Humans have a funny way of taking statistics, turning them Continue reading Marrone’s “Quarters” and the Bills Playoff Outlook
It’s time for a Mafia Mailbag. I took to Twitter to gather some fan questions about the Bills that I can answer. I don’t have much more insight than many of those asking the questions, but I can provide my Continue reading #MafiaMailbag: Buffalo on Thanksgiving, Draft Trades and More!
The NFC North had two teams make the playoffs in 2012 (Packers and Vikings), a third team that almost made them (Bears), and a fourth that had playoff-caliber, record-breaking talent (Lions) but ultimately underperformed. This is a division full of Continue reading Arbitrary, Reactionary Division Previews: NFC North