Bills’ ‘All-Drought’ Team – Defense and Special Teams

Last week we assembled our Buffalo Bills “All-Drought” team offense. This week we dive into which contributors on the defensive side of the ball made the most impact during the drought era. There were several difficult decisions when assembling this list Continue reading Bills’ ‘All-Drought’ Team – Defense and Special Teams

A Way Too Early Look at Buffalo Bills 2016 Salary Cap Situation, Potential NFL Free Agent Interests

The Buffalo Bills are entering a crucial point in the franchise’s rebuilding timeline. There’s rumblings of discontent between General Manager Doug Whaley and Rex Ryan’s coaching staff, due to a myriad of decisions (trading Matt Cassel being the most disruptive) Continue reading A Way Too Early Look at Buffalo Bills 2016 Salary Cap Situation, Potential NFL Free Agent Interests

An In-Depth Look At the Buffalo Bills Salary Cap Situation in 2015 & Beyond

Following an offseason of big spending by the Buffalo Bills—awarding roughly $184.935 million in contracts with $39.6 million of the salary cap hits counting for the 2015 season, there has been endless speculation surrounding the team’s future financial situation going forward. Continue reading An In-Depth Look At the Buffalo Bills Salary Cap Situation in 2015 & Beyond

2015 Buffalo Bills: Top 7 Training Camp Battles To Watch

The Buffalo Bills’ made aggressive moves in the 2015 NFL Free Agency period, while sticking true to their board in the 2015 NFL Draft in order to put together a roster that features legitimate competition for playing time at nearly Continue reading 2015 Buffalo Bills: Top 7 Training Camp Battles To Watch

Short Week Allows Buffalo Bills To Get Back In The Saddle

There’s not much time for the Buffalo Bills to feel haunted.  The best way to clear the mind after somehow blowing an entirely winnable game against a comparable foe is getting right back to action.  The NFL’s decision to hold Continue reading Short Week Allows Buffalo Bills To Get Back In The Saddle

5 Things The Buffalo Bills Need To Do In The Second Half To Ensure Success

After eight weeks of their 2014 NFL campaign, the Buffalo Bills have to be pretty pleased with where they stand in the grand scheme of things.  They sit at 5-3, just a game out of the New England Patriots for Continue reading 5 Things The Buffalo Bills Need To Do In The Second Half To Ensure Success

Buffalo Squanders Early Lead, Bills Fall to 2-2 on the Season

In the first half, it looked as though Buffalo was going to put together a complete performance and defeat the Houston Texans, while exacting some sweet revenge on a former bearded Bills QB. Instead, the Bills fell to 2-2 on Continue reading Buffalo Squanders Early Lead, Bills Fall to 2-2 on the Season

Good, the Average and the Ugly of the Buffalo Bills

After a rather tumultuous week in Western New York following a loss in which the Buffalo Bills played poorly against a very good football team this past Sunday, it’s high time to lay some perspective on this young season. The Continue reading Good, the Average and the Ugly of the Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Secondary Struggling

Buffalo’s hot start has cooled off a bit now that they have suffered their first loss against the San Diego Chargers. Many will now start looking for an individual to unload their frustration on, and while that may seem like a Continue reading Buffalo Secondary Struggling