Thankfully, there’s Cleveland. Buffalo Bills fans were resigned to once again cheering for lame duck Tyrod Taylor, which is like another KISS tour with Ace and Catman fill-ins. It would’ve been tough to release him with finances in mind. So, Continue reading Trader Deals Taylor As Buffalo Bills Dream Bigger
The Pegulas would have released themselves by now. But the owners get a bit of leeway in obtaining experience. Buffalo’s first family is still learning how to run their teams. A playoff cameo is a promising first credit. Buffalo’s years Continue reading Pegulas Still Learning Like Buffalo Bills Fans
Brandon Beane is still employed by the Buffalo Bills in case he has been too quiet to notice. He lets his transactions speak for him. It’s nice to have an executive who’s not seeking headlines. That’s different from one you’d Continue reading Brandon Beane Generally Managing Progress for Buffalo Bills
Tyrod Taylor may be back to help conduct psychological evaluations. The Rorschach test of quarterbacks looks different depending on the perspective. Interpreting inkblots is a task for unsettled minds. The Buffalo Bills are locked in here with him. Having this many Continue reading Tyrod Taylor Era Over, Or Not, For Buffalo Bills
Even the best football researchers are unsure how it’s possible get rustier after the opener. The Buffalo Bills took a team vote, and the offense decided to tank. The other option is they were trying to score, and that seems Continue reading Backward and Downward as Buffalo Bills Regress
It was difficult to shed that feeling of deja-vu after the Buffalo Bills’ schizoid 9-3 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, a game that will likely be remembered for producing one of the better defensive performances in recent history. Continue reading Autopsy Report: Does Bills 9-3 loss to Panthers bring team full circle?
Beating Detroit ideally won’t be 2017’s zenith, but enjoy the moment just in case. I already forgot the quarterback’s name who led the Buffalo Bills to a stirring preseason coda. A win led by everyone who was cut may not Continue reading Previews, not reviews as Buffalo Bills opener approaches
Following a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, the chances are slim that the Buffalo Bills will earn a berth in the 2015 NFL Playoffs, marking the 16th consecutive season in which they’ve missed out on the postseason. That means Continue reading 2016 NFL Draft: Is Alabama’s Reggie Ragland the Linebacker Rex Ryan’s Defense Needs?
The Bills and Chiefs are in the hunt for one of the coveted wild card spots in the AFC. These two teams met last year in the beginning of November. In that game the Chiefs capitalized on 3 turnovers to Continue reading Player to Watch: Marcel Dareus
Eternity gets dull quickly when disappointments never change. The absence of triumph leads to losing track of the timeline. Buffalo Bills fans are tired of the “When will it change” theme, which was itself in response to a long stretch Continue reading Crushed Dreams Nothing New as Buffalo Bills Leave New England