2015 Buffalo Bills All About Second Chances

The Buffalo Bills may or may not take my suggestion to switch from the Shout song to Trololol.  IK Enemkpali’s name is pronounced “EP-ic TROLL-ing.”  Or maybe I’m giving the Bills grief for a largely routine transaction involving a player who Continue reading

Waiting Their Turn Pays Off for Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills were set up to make it worth waiting until the next day to draft.  They already got almost 1,000 yards out of 2015’s top pick through wormhole magic, so picking for the first time in the second Continue reading

Rex Ryan Scheme: Change Coming at “SAM” Linebacker in Buffalo Bills’ Defense?

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

Rex Ryan Will Have To Get The Most Out Of Bills QB Situation

Successful NFL coaches build mansions out of dirt.  Meanwhile, those who fasten wall studs with masking tape don’t get to build more residences.  Craftsmen are unable to make excuses if they’re given proper building materials.  Personnel can make any coach look Continue reading

Making Buffalo Feel Like Home for Bills Head Coach Rex Ryan

We can stop hating Rex Ryan now that he’s changed his gear.  Enemies defecting to the Bills provide the chance to show that there are no hard feelings over rude gestures.  The Jets would be offended if we didn’t flip Continue reading

Getting Buffalo Bills Coach Rex Ryan a Passing Grade

Rex Ryan still awaits a real chance to disprove he’s bad at offense.  Give him decent personnel so we can see if he’s really screwing up or just victimized by roster thinness.  The Buffalo Bills’ coach specifically wonders when he will Continue reading

Rex Ryan Helps Buffalo Bills Get Noticed

It might be easier to list who didn’t interview for the Buffalo Bills coaching job.  Bill Belichick is under contract to some other team, while Hank Bullough seems content in retirement.  This franchise considered just about everyone else connected to Continue reading

Buffalo Bills Move On Without Doug Marrone

Doug Marrone (Photo by David Duprey/AP)

A somewhat struggling second-year coach decided not to come back after bungling a young quarterback’s development in favor of playing a veteran who wasn’t good enough.  The Buffalo Bills didn’t need the Mike Mularkey Story told again.  Replace EJ Manuel Continue reading

Buffalo Bills at Home in the Motor City of Good Neighbors

A home game in Detroit was the most normal thing about this last week for the Buffalo Bills. They didn’t wear throwbacks honoring their original Lions-inspired uniforms, but Buffalo still looked comfortable sort-of hosting in a different border city. All Continue reading