The Intangibles: Value found in resigning free agents goes beyond the obvious

The intrinsic value of resigning free agents by the Buffalo Bills isn’t something often discussed by the analytically inclined. While the experts ponder the ‘measurables’, I’ll focus my attention on the intangible aspects of bringing back players whose contracts are Continue reading The Intangibles: Value found in resigning free agents goes beyond the obvious

Two teams, one city, two different directions

The moniker “One Buffalo” has never been tested more than it’s being tested right now. One team is on the rise with a future so bright you have to wear shades. The other is a convoluted mess so far down Continue reading Two teams, one city, two different directions

Perseverance key to survival as fan of Buffalo Sports

Those of us who choose to affiliate with the Buffalo Bills and Sabres spent the first two decades of this century with our ‘fanhood’ in cold storage. While our beloved teams found new ways to torture us, we found ways Continue reading Perseverance key to survival as fan of Buffalo Sports

Late Playoff Absence Should Motivate Truant Buffalo Bills

We know conditions are good when people kvetch about trifling issues. Thoroughly comfortable social media brats use pocket computers that make life a doddle to explain why life is an oppressive hellhole. Not one of us complaining about how slowly GIFs load Continue reading Late Playoff Absence Should Motivate Truant Buffalo Bills

View From The Geezers Chair: Bills at Texans Postgame Report

In Chinese culture, yin and yang is a relational concept that has developed over thousands of years. Yin and yang conceptualizes a universe that is governed by a duality, sets of two opposing and complementing principles or energies that can be Continue reading View From The Geezers Chair: Bills at Texans Postgame Report

ALL PART OF THE PROCESS

The Bills lost to the Houston Texans Saturday, 22-19 in the AFC Wildcard game.  I’m numb, and I’ve already forgotten much of the game. I’d rather be numb than begin studying the game in detail, watching replays and analyzing players Continue reading ALL PART OF THE PROCESS

The Draft’s Best Complement to Singletary and Wade (Updated 2/2/2020)

Happy New Year!  Pleasantries out of the way, let’s talk about the ideal complement to Devin Singletary and Christian Wade when Frank Gore finally hangs up his cleats. I’ve heard more than once that A.J. Dillon out of Boston College Continue reading The Draft’s Best Complement to Singletary and Wade (Updated 2/2/2020)

The Extra Point – Week 17: How We Got Here

Just a few short years ago, the Bills were the laughingstock of the NFL. Today, they’re preparing for their second playoff game in three seasons. The team has come so far, so fast, that it’s easy to forget just how Continue reading The Extra Point – Week 17: How We Got Here

Buffalo Bills Getting Better But Still Bested

Winning teams don’t talk about how close it was.  Aw, man: they only finished up by a touchdown?  Moral victories are losses.  The league is firm about what counts, and there is no video review. At the same time, psychological Continue reading Buffalo Bills Getting Better But Still Bested