Buffalo Bills Can’t Revel in Being Almost Good Enough

Never forget the game where Tom Brady was benched against the Buffalo Bills after not scoring a first-half touchdown.  Well, that’s one way to frame it.  The division’s bully remembered the regular season’s final result for about as long as Continue reading

Buffalo Bills Keep Us Waiting Again

For once, the Buffalo Bills got an equal performance from both offense and defense.  Sadly, that’s not necessarily the same as an efficient one.  The squad saw inconsistency on both sides at the worst possible time, as a defense accustomed to Continue reading

Buffalo Bills Can’t Beat Perception

If the Buffalo Bills are sick of being stereotyped, they can stop playing the expected way.  Their most recent performance showed them to be incapable of really making an elite team sweat. The doubters being right is the only thing that could Continue reading

Comparing the Buffalo Bills And Denver Broncos: Then And Now

The year was 1987, and what a year it was for this Bills fan. Everything in life was turned upside down. I quit my job, eloped, became a step-parent, and moved a thousand miles from Oregon to Montana. Personal computers Continue reading

The Intangibles: Kyle Orton’s Disruptive Influence On Team Chemistry

A year ago, most Bills fans probably wouldn’t have thought much about Kyle Orton as a possible catalyst for grinding out greater consistency on the Bills offense. Last Halloween, we were barely into the ‘EJ era’, hoping that Manuel would Continue reading

#BillsMafia Video Podcast- Recapping Bills-Patriots, Looking Ahead To Minnesota Vikings Game

In this week’s #BillsMafia video podcast, Anthony Marino and Rob Quinn recap Sunday’s loss to the New England Patriots. They discuss the defensive struggles, Sammy Watkins’ lack of impact and the Mike Williams controversy, before looking ahead to this week’s Continue reading

Terry Pegula Steps Into Ownership, Change Looming Ahead For Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills fresh start still isn’t official.  Nothing will really change until the perpetual postseason outcasts beat the Patriots frequently enough to call the conflict a rivalry.  After failing to maintain transition-related excitement, their new owner already has a losing record Continue reading