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
First and foremost, congratulations Sammy Watkins. It’s not every day that a player gets drafted by his favorite childhood team. There’s no denying that Watkins was the best offensive play-maker in this draft class. Adding Sammy Watkins makes sense as Continue reading What Trading Up for Sammy Watkins Means for Rounds 2 and 3
The 2014 NFL Draft is just under two weeks away and that means it is time for me to do my own Samuelson Slant 2014 Mock Draft. I’ll go through the entire first round and then complete Buffalo’s picks in the Continue reading Samuelson Slant 2014 Mock Draft
Following the Mike Williams trade, two positions have been consistent choices for the Bills in mock drafts: offensive tackle and tight end. At offensive tackle, Jake Matthews and Taylor Lewan are the choices and at tight end? Eric Ebron. Why Continue reading Should the Bills Add a Tight End in the 2014 NFL Draft? Chris Gragg Doesn’t Think So.
Last week on the Samuelson Slant I told you the benefits of trading up in the draft, amidst rumors of the Bills moving to the first overall selection. After Jadeveon Clowney’s Pro Day in the South Carolina sun, it is Continue reading The Samuelson Slant: Trading Down Draft Strategy
The Buffalo Bills are in an interesting position when it comes to this year’s draft. They may be able to take an offensive weapon like Clemson’s Sammy Watkins, the intriguing tight end Eric Ebron from North Carolina, or go another Continue reading History Shows Tight End has Limited Importance in Marrone’s Offense