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?
Every year around this time, the hopeful optimistic fan base known as Bills Mafia welcomes the start of the season with a glass half full approach. Whether it comes from new coaching hires such as Rex Ryan, new free agent Continue reading It’s time for the Bills and Josh Allen to start silencing the critics.
The Rockpile Review – by Shaw66 I know I’m probably heading for a big crash, but I can’t help it: I think the golden age of the Buffalo Bills is upon us. I think we are about to witness the Continue reading The Hopeless Optimist
Finally. After decades of futility searching for the right front office, the Bills FINALLY found the right front office to take this franchise from the toilet in the basement to the penthouse suite. There, I wrote it. Feel free to Continue reading This Bills regime is hitting it out of the park
The NFL Draft is less than one week away and fans have sifted through as many mock drafts as they could find. Of course, most of those mock drafts will be thrown out the window by the time the Buffalo Continue reading What if Buffalo Trades for Gerald McCoy?
The NFL “legal tampering” period for free agency began on Monday. As Bills fans eagerly awaited news of potential signings, things got off to a slow start. The first player that was reported to be joining the Bills was cornerback Continue reading Despite lack of “big splash”, Bills still make plenty of waves in free agency
The first day of the NFL “legal tampering” period opened on Monday and was a busy one for the Bills. So far Center Mitch Morse, RB Frank Gore, DB Kevin Johnson, TE Tyler Kroft, D’haquille Williams (Duke) and Center/Guard Spencer Continue reading Bills’ FA additions loaded with intangibles
The Bills pass catching unit was amongst the worst in the NFL last year. At 3,082 total receiving yards on the season, Buffalo only outpaced the abysmal Arizona Cardinals. Clearly, this is an area that needs to be upgraded in Continue reading State of the Bills: Wide Receivers and Tight Ends
The Buffalo offensive line was supposed to be in good shape for 2018. Sure they were going to need to draft some youth behind their veteran stalwarts, but Brandon Beane had to have felt good about this group at the Continue reading State of the Bills: Offensive Line
It’s almost that time of year again, NFL free agency begins in about a month. Also known as Christmas time for football fans, this is the time of year your team looks to bring in “gifts” or additions to help Continue reading Attracting free agents to Buffalo