Sean McDermott makes bold move starting Nathan Peterman

Wow. Awhile back I babbled we should expect the unexpected from Sean McDermott…  that he is a different kind of coach who will do whatever he thinks is necessary to win regardless of public opinion. He certainly proved those words Continue reading

Crushed Dreams Nothing New as Buffalo Bills Leave New England

Eternity gets dull quickly when disappointments never change.  The absence of triumph leads to losing track of the timeline.  Buffalo Bills fans are tired of the “When will it change” theme, which was itself in response to a long stretch Continue reading

Uncool Britannia as Buffalo Bills Struggle in Wembley

No matter the country or continent, the Buffalo Bills find a way to crush dreams.  Mister Hyde prevailed on his home turf.  I hope the British don’t think all gridiron football games are like that.  Some things are the same Continue reading

4 Reasons the Buffalo Bills playoff chances are far from over

Well before the Buffalo Bills week 7 tilt against the Jacksonville Jaguars kicked off in London people were calling it a ‘make or break’ game. A ‘must win’ for a .500 team looking to keep afloat despite a rash of 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