Destiny Awaits Buffalo Bills Fans Whether They Like It or Not

Fans choose teams in the same sense they do eye color.  Thinking choice is involved feels as quaint as buying a newspaper.  Fate has a cruel sense of humor, and those targeted by teasing may as well feel honored. Consequences Continue reading Destiny Awaits Buffalo Bills Fans Whether They Like It or Not

Buffalo Bills Have a Little Fight Left in Them

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

Buffalo Bills Move On Without Doug Marrone

Doug Marrone (Photo by David Duprey/AP)

A somewhat struggling second-year coach decided not to come back after bungling a young quarterback’s development in favor of playing a veteran who wasn’t good enough.  The Buffalo Bills didn’t need the Mike Mularkey Story told again.  Replace EJ Manuel Continue reading Buffalo Bills Move On Without Doug Marrone

History Shows Tight End has Limited Importance in Marrone’s Offense

The Buffalo Bills are in an interesting position when it comes to this year’s draft. They may be able to take an offensive weapon like Clemson’s Sammy Watkins, the intriguing tight end Eric Ebron from North Carolina, or go another Continue reading History Shows Tight End has Limited Importance in Marrone’s Offense