For eight of the first nine games in 2018, the Bills offense was historically bad. Just about everything that could have went wrong did. They were forced to start their rookie quarterback in week two after an awful performance during Continue reading How much can the Bills offense improve in 2019?
Fans choose teams in the same sense they do eye color. Thinking choice is involved feels as quaint as buying a newspaper. Fate has a cruel sense of humor, and those targeted by teasing may as well feel honored. Consequences Continue reading Destiny Awaits Buffalo Bills Fans Whether They Like It or Not
If you’re hungry, go to a supermarket, maybe? Or, restaurants exist. I’m not telling you how to live unless you’re the Buffalo Bills general manager. In that case, don’t blow your food budget on stickers and temporary tattoos. Fulfilling basic Continue reading Buffalo Bills Find Free Agents Worth the Price
We are only about a month into the Bills off-season but it seems a lot longer because most of us have been talking “off-season” for several months. A rebuilding year tends to shift the focus earlier than usual. The focus Continue reading How will the Bills Running Back room look in 2019?
2018 was a year of growth and promise for the Buffalo Bills at the quarterback position. The same thing cannot be said about the running back position. In 2017, the Buffalo Bills ranked 6th in the NFL for team rushing Continue reading State of the Bills: Offensive Backfield
Detroit really wanted to draft first. Can you imagine having worse special teams than the Buffalo Bills? All it takes is a couple of lame kick attempts. The player selection order was the last thing on the mind of a Continue reading Little Lessons Offer Slight Comfort Late for Buffalo Bills
Most consolation games aren’t that fierce. There were no prizes available like the home version as the Buffalo Bills and junior New Jersey club showed contempt is unrelated to record. Imagine how fun this cranky rivalry would feel if either Continue reading Bad Decisions Make Things Worse for Buffalo Bills
The Buffalo Bills are clearly focusing on the youth movement as the 2018 season goes on, but there are a core of veteran players benefiting from the approach the Bills have been taking during the Beane and McDermott era. Kyle Continue reading Buffalo Bills Player Development Part 2: Veteran Players
If I had to pick just one favorite part of this impossibly joyous season, it’d be how forgettable it is. Shrug at pain that’ll evaporate in moments due to indifference only a team this inept can spur. Did you know Continue reading Buffalo Bills Can’t Get Crushed Any Worse? Dare Accepted
Let the Derek Anderson era begin! Well, maybe it’s not an “era” per se. More like a series of unfortunate events that led to the Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback getting injured, requiring a 35-year-old journeyman to come in and start with Continue reading Game Preview: Bills VS Colts