Yes, it’s that time of year again. For those of us NFL ‘deplorables’ whose ghosts of Christmas’ past include nearly a generation of missed playoffs – the specter of December looms large. Will this be the year we are able Continue reading Jingle Bills or Santa smells for Christmas?
I’d like to point out it didn’t snow much in the Northtowns. Those who live on the river could’ve named individual snowflakes as Orchard Park faced an Ice Age. Try explaining to national viewers why being adjacent to a lake Continue reading Despair Frozen As Buffalo Bills Keep Hopes Warm
There’s something about lake effect snowstorms that seems to bring out the best in the Buffalo Bills and their fan base. Sunday’s 13-7 snow-filled overtime victory by the Bills over the Indianapolis Colts was memorable for many reasons – not Continue reading Bills’ snow game victory marred by questionable play call
What do you think? 9-7? Is that what the final record for the regular season will be for the Buffalo Bills? And, how do you feel about that? If you told me this past summer, that 9-7 will be the Continue reading Seasonal letdown by Bills taking its toll on fans
The perpetually mediocre Buffalo Bills (6-6) are facing a conundrum this Sunday when they take on the Indianapolis Colts at New Era Field regarding who will start at quarterback. Tyrod Taylor limped through practice on gingerly on Thursday with a Continue reading Does it matter who starts at QB for Bills?
Variety can be overrated. I watched A Charlie Brown Christmas last week even though I knew the ending. But the same story is only fun if good prevails. By contrast, the New England Patriots chop down what they thought was Continue reading Plenty of Anger to Go Around As Buffalo Bills Sink Like Usual
Wow. Last Sunday’s game against the Colts was everything Bills fans could have dreamed of, and more. Reducing Andrew Luck to performing like a deer in the headlights was a great season opening appetizer. However, now the main course for Continue reading Buffalo Bills Fans Are Just Getting A Taste Of What Is To Come
LeSean McCoy averaged 2.4 yards per carry, Sammy Watkins gained nothing, and Marcell Dareus was invisible. I presume the Buffalo Bills got trounced in the opener, and yet I have vague memories of a rather convincing win. Thank management for Continue reading Buffalo Bills Like the Odds As They Spin the Wheel
The Buffalo Bills kicked off their highly anticipated 2015 season with a bang, defeating the Indianapolis Colts handedly by a score of 27-14. Heading into the game, there was serious concern surrounding Buffalo’s ability to defend Andrew Luck and the Continue reading Breaking Down Tyrod Taylor, Defensive Dominance in Buffalo Bills Victory Over Indianapolis Colts
Training camp is behind us and with that comes the eager anticipation of the regular season. It’s a new era in Buffalo Bills history with a new owner, head coach and plenty of new players. All of this springs hope for Continue reading NFL History Proves the 2015 Buffalo Bills Need To Stampede Out of The Gate