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

Buffalo Bills Individual Report Card: Grading Every Player from 34-21 loss to Cincinnati Bengals

The Buffalo Bills welcomed an undefeated Cincinnati Bengals team to Orchard Park in week six looking to give the visitors its first blemish of the season. Rex Ryan’s team started off on the right foot with a scoring drive led Continue reading Buffalo Bills Individual Report Card: Grading Every Player from 34-21 loss to Cincinnati Bengals

Buffalo Bills Individual Report Card: Grading Every Player From 14-13 Win Over Tennessee Titans

The Buffalo Bills trailed for most of week five’s matchup against the Tennessee Titans but came back late to steal a victory in the Music City. Rallying behind Tyrod Taylor, a tough defense and the Bills Mafia fan base that Continue reading Buffalo Bills Individual Report Card: Grading Every Player From 14-13 Win Over Tennessee Titans

Buffalo Bills vs New York Giants Vine Recap: 6 Observations From Devastating Loss

A week after manhandling the Miami Dolphins by a score of 41-14, the Buffalo Bills returned home to host the New York Giants in a game many fans, analysts and bettors saw as an easy win. Without starting RB LeSean Continue reading Buffalo Bills vs New York Giants Vine Recap: 6 Observations From Devastating Loss

Buffalo Bills Are Building on the Ground

There aren’t many subtle drafts.  But there aren’t many teams transforming themselves like the Buffalo Bills, either.  By all accounts, the gang plans to seize control by grinding out wins on offense.  In lieu of emphasizing elegant passing, they’re out Continue reading Buffalo Bills Are Building on the Ground

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

Breaking Down Buffalo Bills LB Preston Brown’s Underrated Rookie Year, Fit In Rex Ryan’s Defense

Last year the Buffalo Bills selected Preston Brown in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft. The 6’1” 251 pounder was a productive middle linebacker for the Louisville Cardinals, but many draft analysts questioned his ability to play in coverage, Continue reading Breaking Down Buffalo Bills LB Preston Brown’s Underrated Rookie Year, Fit In Rex Ryan’s Defense

Buffalo Bills Making a Big Deal Out of Change

I can’t wait any longer to post this, so the Buffalo Bills may have traded someone between clicking “submit” and the page loading.  This franchise keeps Wikipedia editors busy by its willingness to alter its list of employees.  Jerry Hughes Continue reading Buffalo Bills Making a Big Deal Out of Change

2015 NFL Free Agency: Buffalo Bills Would Be Wise To Bring Back Brandon Spikes

With the NFL Free Agency period about to start March 10th, Buffalo Bills GM Doug Whaley gave a frank assessment of the possible departure of starting middle linebacker Brandon Spikes. In fact from his quote it can be seen as Continue reading 2015 NFL Free Agency: Buffalo Bills Would Be Wise To Bring Back Brandon Spikes