Taking Fred Jackson’s Side Natural for Buffalo Bills Fans

Fred Jackson is not just a hard worker but a fine player.  It’s nice to see anyone exert himself.  The true blessing is someone talented applying what he possesses effectively.  Fans are supposed to cheer for the team to get Continue reading

Success for the Buffalo Bills Will Start In The Trenches

Football success starts up front, even if it’s oddly the hardest place to notice.  Dominating the chaos at the line opens opportunities for more glamorous plays by linebackers or rushers.  Viewers naturally focus on the handoff recipient covering tremendous territory, Continue reading

Comparing Rex Ryan’s Defensive Player “Types” to Bills Roster PT.1- DL

The hiring of Rex Ryan triggered a series of events (or trades and free agent signings) that a 23-year old Buffalo Bills fan like myself had not experienced before. Playmaking skill-position players like LeSean McCoy, Percy Harvin, Charles Clay and Continue reading

2015 NFL Free Agency: Re-Signing Jerry Hughes Keeps Buffalo Bills ‘D’ Elite

Jerry Hughes is happy in Buffalo, and not just because he can afford to ride the Metro Rail underground.  Chasing passers with Marcell Dareus and the Williams brothers is ultimately more satisfying than chasing extra money with some other team’s Continue reading

Examining How The Buffalo Bills Fit In Rex Ryan’s Hybrid 3-4 Defense

Terry Pegula’s first big move as the new Buffalo Bills Owner was hiring the most enigmatic personality on the open market in new head coach Rex Ryan. Ryan, an outspoken and highly regarded defensive-minded coach, was the biggest “name” available, Continue reading

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

Buffalo Bills Overcoming Obstacles as Critical Denver Broncos Matchup Looms

Playing catch-up is not as fun as playing football.  Buffalo’s toughest opponent has been themselves, at least aside from the Patriots.  The race to catch up at the semester’s end is a byproduct of slacking around the midterm.  Having more Continue reading

Like Clockwork, Buffalo Bills Break Down

At least the Bandits start in January. Indoor lacrosse fans can take comfort in knowing there presently doesn’t appear to be a strong chance of Buffalo Bills games that conflict with the schedule. Overlap is a welcome problem: monitoring two Continue reading

20 Most Interesting Advanced Stats of the Buffalo Bills 2014 Season

The Buffalo Bills hold a 5-3 record as the team is enjoying the bye week in contention for a playoff berth in the AFC. Without any games to preview or recap, I decided to take a look at some advanced Continue reading