Bills Quarterbacks Impressing at Mini-Camp

Before anyone gets too bent out of shape, yes we’re aware that they’re throwing in gym shorts against a soft defense, but it’s still nice to hear that the Bills quarterback rotation has looked good during OTA’s. As we approach Continue reading Bills Quarterbacks Impressing at Mini-Camp

Discussing Buffalo Bills Theories Before Practice

The Buffalo Bills are mean.  Why do they make us wait through these cruel summer months to play?  Sure, they can blame some league for its regular schedule.  Regardless, I’m so distraught that I’m contemplating going outside.  It’s the fresh Continue reading Discussing Buffalo Bills Theories Before Practice

Under-The-Radar Subplots to 2018 Season

Now that most of the dust has settled surrounding the rookie quarterback debate that consumed all Bills related material for months, it’s time to examine the other important subplots that will determine the team’s success next season. Though the Bills Continue reading Under-The-Radar Subplots to 2018 Season

Always intriguing, never revealing Brian Daboll perfect fit for Bills

After being hired months ago, we finally were treated to Bills’ offensive coordinator Brian Daboll’s first live press conference on Thursday – it was well worth the wait. There was only a brief snippet interview of Daboll after he was Continue reading Always intriguing, never revealing Brian Daboll perfect fit for Bills

The Intangibles: ‘Wyobabbling’ Bills’ first week of OTAs

You knew it was coming. After reading and watching every video clip I could find covering this week’s OTAs at One Bills Drive, I noticed a few ‘intangible’ issues that might be worth mentioning. Here’s a few of my more Continue reading The Intangibles: ‘Wyobabbling’ Bills’ first week of OTAs

Will Bills Improve or Regress in 2018?

Who could forget New Year’s Eve last year? An incredible, against-all-odds Andy Dalton touchdown pass marked the most joyous occasion Bills fans have experienced in the last two decades. In just his first season as head coach, Sean McDermott took Continue reading Will Bills Improve or Regress in 2018?

Rockpile Review: Let’s Give Bills Credit Where Credit Is Due

Late May is a good time in the NFL off-season to take a minute and reflect on the importance of management. This year, 2018, particularly. Can we all just stand and put our hands together for Terry and Kim Pegula, Continue reading Rockpile Review: Let’s Give Bills Credit Where Credit Is Due

Five Starting Spots Up For Grabs on Offense

On paper, there aren’t many players on the Buffalo Bills’ offense who are going to strike fear into opposing defenses. Outside of Lesean McCoy, Charles Clay and Kelvin Benjamin (when healthy), a vast majority of the offensive starters are relatively Continue reading Five Starting Spots Up For Grabs on Offense

Bills’ Strongest and Weakest Position Groups

The Buffalo Bills sure had a busy offseason. As one of the more active teams in free agency, they addressed some key positions of need, while curiously neglecting others. Now that the dust has settled following the 2018 NFL draft, Continue reading Bills’ Strongest and Weakest Position Groups

Rockpile Review: Sling It and Bring It

One day as the Bills brain trust began planning for free agency and the 2018 NFL draft, there was a meeting. The meeting was called by Brandon Beane and attended by Sean McDermott, the coordinators, Terry Pegula and others. Everyone Continue reading Rockpile Review: Sling It and Bring It