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?
Listing the deepest needs for the Buffalo Bills is like ranking the worst drought seasons: it’s tough to even know where to start. I’m fond of receivers and 2001, respectively. But an up-and-coming club has lots of potential if you’re Continue reading Buffalo Bills Try Making New Workers Feel Welcome
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
I wanted to know what DraftTek’s Offensive Line Analyst had to say about the offensive line crop eligible for the 2019 NFL Draft. Known to all in Texas as Longball, Chuck was a lineman at North Texas State back in Continue reading Offensive Line: Dean Kindig’s Chat With ‘Longball’
Can Josh Allen tackle? Check if he’s a good blocker, too. We’re asking a lot of someone who’s just starting to work. But at least he’s getting in his drill steps. Only the Buffalo Bills could win as they lose. Continue reading Preparing for Next Season More Exciting Than Expected for Buffalo Bills
McBeane didn’t give us enough time to process whatever happened last Thursday in Chicago before trading AJ McCarron to the Raiders for a fifth-round draft pick in 2019. OK then. I probably shouldn’t complain, given the brass at One Bills Drive Continue reading Bills’ roster basically assembled, now what?
Is Josh Allen ready? Are we? The Buffalo Bills knew they’d be trading exhilaration in exchange for incomplete swing passes when they drafted him. Now, they just have to figure out how soon to go crazy. A worrying team performance Continue reading Team Controversy Makes Quarterback Tricky Choice for Buffalo Bills
Getting excited without cause is what sports are all about. Irrational exuberance allows us to overcome the trauma of dreams not working out previously. That regrettable scenario pretty much happens every time. There’s no escape, so look to the future Continue reading Blockers Getting in Line at Bills’ Training Camp
The aching is worse the more you care. Sports provide valuable life lessons, if not always fun ones. But being sad at a career’s end just means you enjoyed the during part. The human element a favorite player’s retirement about Continue reading Eric Wood Shifts Into Retirement As Buffalo Bills Lose Their Center
We’re finally enjoying real football, in a way. Half the faux season down represents more than a milestone on the way to Christmas on September 13. Preseason proves this sport is at least marginally exciting even when teams pretend to Continue reading Proving What Youngsters Can Do Is Focus of Buffalo Bills Preseason