Well, that was…interesting. After an absolutely abysmal first half of football by both the offensive and defensive reserves, a miraculous 25-point fourth quarter secured the Buffalo Bills a 28-27 victory over the Chicago Bears last night. Despite the victory, there Continue reading Takeaways from Bills VS Bears
To say that last night’s preseason tilt with the Cincinnati Bengals didn’t go how Bills fans had hoped would be an understatement. In nearly every way imaginable, the first-team looked far from season-ready on both sides of the ball. Before Continue reading Takeaways From Bills VS Bengals
Getting excited without cause is what sports are all about. Irrational exuberance allows us to overcome the trauma of dreams not working out previously. That regrettable scenario pretty much happens every time. There’s no escape, so look to the future Continue reading Blockers Getting in Line at Bills’ Training Camp
Who could forget New Year’s Eve last year? An incredible, against-all-odds Andy Dalton touchdown pass marked the most joyous occasion Bills fans have experienced in the last two decades. In just his first season as head coach, Sean McDermott took Continue reading Will Bills Improve or Regress in 2018?
On paper, there aren’t many players on the Buffalo Bills’ offense who are going to strike fear into opposing defenses. Outside of Lesean McCoy, Charles Clay and Kelvin Benjamin (when healthy), a vast majority of the offensive starters are relatively Continue reading Five Starting Spots Up For Grabs on Offense
Predicting success in the NFL isn’t as straightforward as proponents of analytics would like you to believe. I can remember the day I learned to trust my gut and eyeballs at training camp in 2006 like it was yesterday. Stood Continue reading Don’t let Josh Allen distract you from rest of Bills’ rookie draft class