Buffalo Bills Try Another Reverse With Brandon Beane

Typically, a coach doesn’t pick a general manager.  The hiring process is actually usually in the reverse, at least according to my notes.  The Buffalo Bills may have just tried the novel way.  And why not? Conventional approaches haven’t worked since the Continue reading

Moving Back for Cornerback Defines New Buffalo Bills Style

It’s unfair to write a column right away  on how the Buffalo Bills drafted this year. That’s too bad, then.  We really shouldn’t even discuss a draft’s results for about three years, with an extra one tacked on in this Continue reading

Consistency Overrated for Underperforming Buffalo Franchises

Compared to the Bills, the Sabres aren’t so bad.  How’s that for One Buffalo?  Note it’s not “Buffalo Won”.  Disappointment should have created more numbness by now.  The Skating Bills are just getting warmed up. The football wing is unimpressed Continue reading

BillsWire: TE Charles Clay likes what he sees from Sean McDermott

It’s becoming increasingly clear the Buffalo Bills have entered the “anti-Rex” era. The helter-skelter “multiple” defensive philosophy under Rex Ryan is being replaced by a very detail-oriented process driven approach. Even players on offense are commenting on the differences they Continue reading

Appreciating What the Buffalo Bills Have With Tyrod Taylor

Tyrod Taylor made the mistake of being born too late.  Instant isn’t fast enough in the Twitter era.  Getting approximately zero seconds to play through normal struggles this soon into his career reflects our frenzied desire for change faster than satellites Continue reading

Sean McDermott Is Best Friend of Buffalo Bills Fans With One Condition

Fine.  Just win games.  The new coach can use any players, philosophy, and approach to clock management he’d like.  We’re past the point of rooting for specifics that might work.  Personal preference is as irrelevant as Rob Ryan’s track record. Continue reading