Eric Wood Shifts Into Retirement As Buffalo Bills Lose Their Center

The aching is worse the more you care.  Sports provide valuable life lessons, if not always fun ones.  But being sad at a career’s end just means you enjoyed the during part.  The human element a favorite player’s retirement about Continue reading Eric Wood Shifts Into Retirement As Buffalo Bills Lose Their Center

Proving What Youngsters Can Do Is Focus of Buffalo Bills Preseason

We’re finally enjoying real football, in a way.  Half the faux season down represents more than a milestone on the way to Christmas on September 13.  Preseason proves this sport is at least marginally exciting even when teams pretend to Continue reading Proving What Youngsters Can Do Is Focus of Buffalo Bills Preseason

Getting to Know Buffalo Bills Assistant Offensive Line Coach Kurt Anderson

The Buffalo Bills offensive line performed very poorly throughout most of the 2014 regular season. So bad in fact the unit ranked 30th out of 32 teams in overall blocking efficiency. That was in large part due to weak interior Continue reading Getting to Know Buffalo Bills Assistant Offensive Line Coach Kurt Anderson

Buffalo Bills Seeking the Right Men for the Job

LeSean McCoy

Teachers driving buses aren’t going to help kids learn.  While both jobs have something to do with education, the class would only learn too early in life the frustration of talents going underutilized.  On a related note, the Buffalo Bills Continue reading Buffalo Bills Seeking the Right Men for the Job

2015 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills Have Flexibility to Draft for Need and Talent

The debate between drafting to address needs versus going for the best available player will last longer than Fred Jackson’s effectiveness.  It’s to football fans what arguing about the new lightsaber’s design is to Star Wars nerds.  Some of us Continue reading 2015 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills Have Flexibility to Draft for Need and Talent

Success for the Buffalo Bills Will Start In The Trenches

Football success starts up front, even if it’s oddly the hardest place to notice.  Dominating the chaos at the line opens opportunities for more glamorous plays by linebackers or rushers.  Viewers naturally focus on the handoff recipient covering tremendous territory, Continue reading Success for the Buffalo Bills Will Start In The Trenches

Rex Ryan, Greg Roman, Dennis Thurman Must Put Bills In Positions To Succeed

There’s no need to worry because Mario Williams may pretend to be a linebacker before he sets out to shame blockers and frighten quarterbacks.  Teams are not required to change defensive coordinators annually, and the Bills hope to break the unofficial trend Continue reading Rex Ryan, Greg Roman, Dennis Thurman Must Put Bills In Positions To Succeed

Like Clockwork, Buffalo Bills Break Down

At least the Bandits start in January. Indoor lacrosse fans can take comfort in knowing there presently doesn’t appear to be a strong chance of Buffalo Bills games that conflict with the schedule. Overlap is a welcome problem: monitoring two Continue reading Like Clockwork, Buffalo Bills Break Down

10 Things I Billieve: Chargers Defeat the Bills 22-10

I suppose I can live with a 15-1 regular season record. I’m kidding of course, but after that game I felt the need to lighten the mood. Buffalo fell to 2-1 after the Chargers defeated the Bills 22-10 on Sunday. Continue reading 10 Things I Billieve: Chargers Defeat the Bills 22-10

716SportsGuy Interview with NFL.com’s Chris Trapasso

After a long off-season and what at times felt like an even longer training camp and pre-season period, we are finally just a couple short days away from the opening of the 2014 Buffalo Bills season in Chicago. The past Continue reading 716SportsGuy Interview with NFL.com’s Chris Trapasso