It’s no secret the Bills have a lack of prime talent on the roster in 2018. However, going back to the beginning of the season and reaching the level they are playing at now, there have been some signs of Continue reading Despite a bumpy learning curve, Bills showing positive signs developing young players.
I think I hate the Jaguars. Stumbling across a new enemy is a pleasant surprise during a season short on thrills. The 3-7 Bowl was more entertaining than it should’ve been, even if the best scoring plays featured defensive failures Continue reading Buffalo Bills Have a Little Fight Left in Them
The Bills beat the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, 24-21. It was a big day for the Bills. The big story, as he’s been all season, is Josh Allen, but this was a team win in a team game, and I’ll get Continue reading Get Aboard the Josh Allen Train
What season is this? The answer changes by the week, and not just because Western New York is having Second Summer in October. The Buffalo Bills have provoked such indifference that games feel like watching a fan watch football. I Continue reading Learning Buffalo Bills May Even Swipe a Win
Shaq Lawson has a chance to become the player we hoped he would a few drafts ago. It’d only be a few seasons late. The Buffalo Bills defensive end could function like a bonus pick in 2018, which is a Continue reading Defensive End Role Taking Shape for Bills’ Shaq Lawson
You knew it was coming. After reading and watching every video clip I could find covering this week’s OTAs at One Bills Drive, I noticed a few ‘intangible’ issues that might be worth mentioning. Here’s a few of my more Continue reading The Intangibles: ‘Wyobabbling’ Bills’ first week of OTAs
After starting the 2017 regular season with a victory over the New York Jets, the Buffalo Bills went on the road to face Sean McDermott’s former employers, the Carolina Panthers. In a game where both sides has some distinct advantages Continue reading Buffalo Bills vs Carolina Panthers Week 2 recap