Rotating Slowly With the Buffalo Bills

It’s the Earth’s fault, really.  Spinning this slowly means every offseason lasts one million years.  It may technically be a bit shorter than that, but the feeling is what counts.  Football fans wish the warmth would get here and then Continue reading

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

Buffalo Bills Dominate! (Against Cleveland)

The Buffalo Bills couldn’t win.  Sure, beating the league’s remedial franchise will be credited toward their record.  But besting Cleveland is the bingo card’s center space.  Even those who specialize in checkers are supposed to take their king in four moves, Continue reading

Nobody Should Feel Safe After Buffalo Bills Lock Themselves Out Again

Whispers about changing personnel mean a team’s in good shape, right?  We may never know if the Buffalo Bills play badly because of rumors or if there are rumors because they’ve played badly.  The one certainty is that we all Continue reading

Good Versus Evil As Buffalo Bills Battle Irrelevance

The surest way to feel miserable is to measure oneself against what others have. So, let’s wallow in that. Knowing nothing but charlie horses and missed buses leads to resignation about broader subjects. Buffalo Bills fans play alone on the Continue reading