Tyrod Taylor Strives to be Exception to Buffalo Bills Quarterback Rule

Changing drapes as the foundation cracks may keep your house standing, but it hasn’t worked yet.  Teams need to prioritize issues.  Bad quarterbacking dooms a play as soon as the center gives up the ball.  Like interviewing Daniel Radcliffe and Continue reading

Bills Fans Across The Twitterverse: Scott McInnis

Growing up in East Syracuse, NY, I found myself in a hodge-podge of NFL fandom. My friends were Giants, Dolphins, Jets, Redskins, Cowboys, Steelers, Bears, 49ers fans. Their reasons for their allegiances varied: “My dad is a fan.” “They just Continue reading

Looking for Nice Things After Ugly Buffalo Bills Win

There’s a term for when you’re shut out at the half, struggle to even get first downs, and find yourself exhausted defensively: a win.  The Buffalo Bills started off replacing rage with indifference, which is just as ineffective.  Finishing ahead Continue reading

Tyrod Taylor Hopes for Membership in Exclusive Buffalo Bills Club

New Buffalo Bills starter Tyrod Taylor wants to be an exception.  There haven’t been many successes at the position he’s staffing.  Buffalo Bills quarterbacks who have led teams to the playoffs or at least been exciting to watch are as Continue reading

The Intangibles: Why There Is No Such Thing As A Meaningless Game

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Just when you thought it was safe to ‘Billieve’, the Bills laid a rotten egg in Oakland that will stick in the craw of Bills fans during the entire off season. Instead of heading into New England with a head Continue reading

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