At what point does being a fan of the NFL become too difficult to justify in terms of violating personal ethics? When does it become outright hypocrisy to spend time and resources on a sport riddled with behavior that consistently Continue reading When being an NFL fan violates personal ethics
The NFL is a multibillion-dollar league with 10-cent officiating. Baffling calls are so normal that games would feel weird without them. Labeling regular poor calls a disgrace insults disgraces. A sport becomes useless if administered unfairly. But at least professional Continue reading Throwing a Flag at the Clueless NFL
Here we go again. When the Cleveland Browns signed troubled running back Kareem Hunt on Monday social media instantly erupted. To be sure, the Browns signing Hunt has many layers of outrage one can pull out of this dubious move Continue reading Kareem Hunt signing by Browns highlights differences of opinion about NFL consequences for committing violence against women
Every week this season I’ve given a pre-game breakdown of the Buffalo Bills opponent and what it would take to beat them. I would then follow it up with a final score prediction. We’re switching things up this week as Continue reading Bills VS Dolphins Preview (Sort of)
Until the Bills can beat the Patriots, they aren’t going to win the AFC East. It’s been the reality for years, and nothing’s changed after the Patriots’ 24-12 over the Bills on Sunday. Not that the Bills were going to Continue reading Can’t Beat the Patriots Yet
As we entered the fourth quarter of the Bills vs Jaguars game, I couldn’t contain myself from wanting to start this article. In an ugly game filled with penalties, several scrums, and even a fight, there was one thing of Continue reading Taking it one week at a time, ‘the Josh Allen development story’.
There has been a lot of debate on whether Bills’ quarterback Josh Allen should resume playing. Most of the people commenting are worried because baseball players who experience similar injuries usually require surgery and more than a year for recovery. When Continue reading UCL – Is Allen really ready to resume playing?
In what can easily be described as the greatest ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ season in franchise history we return from the bye week with more questions than answers about this Buffalo Bills football team. How is it even possible a 3-7 Continue reading Interesting ‘intangibles’ highlight Josh Allen’s return to action
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
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