Taking a look back at the Bills “defensive” approach to the off-season

It’s week nine in the NFL season, and with the Bills sitting at 2-7 the pitchforks are officially out in Buffalo. According to some because the Bills have a “defensive” coach, they simply “ignored the offense”. Yes, the Bills did Continue reading Taking a look back at the Bills “defensive” approach to the off-season

Josh Rosen meltdown shows why it’s too early to predict which QBs will ultimately succeed

The Denver Broncos 45-10 beatdown put on quarterback Josh Rosen and the Arizona Cardinals Thursday night provided a stark lesson about projecting future potential of any rookie quarterbacks in the NFL. Those most fervently suggesting Rosen was the most “pro-ready” of Continue reading Josh Rosen meltdown shows why it’s too early to predict which QBs will ultimately succeed

Dislocated Elbow May Limit Bills’ CB Gaines Availability/Performance

In light of unexpected retirement of Vontae Davis the reported dislocation of Phillip Gaines elbow that occurred in the Bills’ Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers is potentially serious, especially given the lack of depth at the cornerback position. Elbow dislocations Continue reading Dislocated Elbow May Limit Bills’ CB Gaines Availability/Performance

Tough times loom for Bills; the good, the bad and the ‘Vontae’

It could be worse. Searching anywhere for a shred of something grateful after watching the tire-fire season opener at New Era Field on Sunday, I finally found a pearl of gratitude. At least fans of WNY sports won’t be subjected Continue reading Tough times loom for Bills; the good, the bad and the ‘Vontae’