Cue up all the cute phrases like “new normal” or “in these uncertain times” because that’s pretty much how every post of mine might begin these days. As we launch into our first “virtual training camp” as fans, it’s reasonable Continue reading How will social distancing affect team chemistry for Bills?
If I close my eyes, I can almost see energy beams coming off Sean McDermott’s bald head as he prepares for the Buffalo Bills first training camp during a pandemic. Anyone as rigid and disciplined as McDermott must be experiencing Continue reading Unique challenges for Bills in midst of pandemic
The biggest training camp concern isn’t usually whether or not it’ll exist. We’ve taken it happening for granted, which is apparently expecting too much from our kind and orderly world. Our hopes presently revolve around having games at all rather Continue reading Odd Training Camp for Buffalo Bills
If a picture is worth a thousand words, Buffalo Bills’ LG Quinton Spain posted a solid example with this recent photo from his Twitter (@quinton_spain) account. The collective thud you heard were jaws dropping around the country. This amazing man Continue reading Quinton Spain ripped, ready to roll
It isn’t unusual for two head coaches of different sports in the same city to become acquainted with one another. There are enough social events where paths cross and coaches meet in various social settings. In Buffalo, because two professional Continue reading One Buffalo ownership creates unusual ‘bromance’, will synergy help them both?
Sammy Watkins is uncultured. I don’t mean he deleted Great Performances at the Met from the DVR to make room for Impractical Jokers. It’s just that he’s not someone who fits with a franchise like the Buffalo Bills trying to Continue reading Buffalo Bills No Longer Concerned with Sammy Watkins’s Lack of Concern
It took less than one sip of coffee to ruin Sunday morning for BillsMafia after waking up to the news that DT Ed Oliver was arrested Saturday night in the Houston area for driving while intoxicated and carrying a weapon Continue reading Ed Oliver’s arrest will test Bills’ culture
I’ve been watching The Last Dance on ESPN. It’s the ten-part documentary about Michael Jordan’s career. It’s a great collection of behind-the-scenes film over Jordan’s years with the Bulls, with plenty of candid comments from Jordan and others about his Continue reading Michael Jordan and McDermott’s Process
The 2020 NFL Draft certainly was a weird one as we watched general managers of our favorite teams pick players, mostly from the comfort of their respective homes. Not surprisingly, Brandon Beane was set up like the Wizard of Oz… Continue reading Navigating Uncertainty of Upcoming NFL Season
My dear friend Dean Kindig uses the term pet cats to describe his favorite players during any given NFL Draft season. Few hobbyists study the draft and evaluate players with as much breadth and intensity as Dean. Between Dean and Continue reading Wyo’s Top-5 ‘Pet Cats’ for 2020 NFL Draft