Throwing a Flag at the Clueless NFL

The NFL is a multibillion-dollar league with 10-cent officiating.  Baffling calls are so normal that games would feel weird without them.  Labeling regular poor calls a disgrace insults disgraces.  A sport becomes useless if administered unfairly.  But at least professional Continue reading Throwing a Flag at the Clueless NFL

Buffalo Bills Watch Super Nightmare Come True Again

Those poor Boston bastards went over three months between championships.  I feel sorry for the child born in Tewksbury around the New Year who had never gotten to enjoy a victory rally.  Finally, the brat feels whole. The Patriots tied Continue reading Buffalo Bills Watch Super Nightmare Come True Again

Super Bowl Trends Should Keep Buffalo Bills Watching

It’s amazing how quickly America became Rams fans.  Oh, they moved back to Los Angeles?  I’m cheering for plucky Southern California.  Sure, the popularity of a transient franchise has surged only because they’re facing stupid jerks. But take allies where Continue reading Super Bowl Trends Should Keep Buffalo Bills Watching

Buffalo Bills ‘Playing Off’ With Envy

A true professional football-watcher doesn’t even bother to issue excuses for watching four games in two days.  But they’re fun to invent during commercial breaks. It beats learning what’s happening in a kingdom dedicated to Bud Light. I had to Continue reading Buffalo Bills ‘Playing Off’ With Envy

Good Triumphs Over Patriots, Bills Fans Celebrate

Life can change over one game.  Take how I went from from watching a Super Bowl with weary detachment to swearing on Philadelphia’s behalf.  Mountain Dew’s Sprite knockoff kicking in can take some of the credit.  But New England not Continue reading Good Triumphs Over Patriots, Bills Fans Celebrate

Making a Playoff Appearance Not Enough for Buffalo Bills

An infuriating decision that doomed a competitor to runner-up status distracted from persistent disappointment for a team that again watched.  Seeing cheaters prosper made this another painful Super Bowl for Buffalo Bills fans accustomed to life on the outside.  Watching Continue reading Making a Playoff Appearance Not Enough for Buffalo Bills

‘Second to None’ by Joseph Valerio Brings Back Fond Memories of the Super Bowl Bills

Second to None: The Relentless Drive and Impossible Dream of the Super Bowl Bills will be available on Monday, September 1st, but I was lucky enough to get a review copy ahead of time. The story is authored by Joseph Valerio, Continue reading ‘Second to None’ by Joseph Valerio Brings Back Fond Memories of the Super Bowl Bills

New Roles For Old Bills Fans: Mentoring Fans Of Other Losing Teams

Living in the middle of diehard Broncos territory for nearly 40 years (the Rocky Mountain region), I did not think there would ever come a time when I was not the butt end of a joke or snide remark for Continue reading New Roles For Old Bills Fans: Mentoring Fans Of Other Losing Teams

The Samuelson Slant: Generation Drought

“Forgetta bout it” okay, got that out of my system. When you get inducted into the Bills Mafia you can’t help but want to use clichés like that. Let me be the first to welcome you to the inaugural edition Continue reading The Samuelson Slant: Generation Drought