As the talent at the top of the NHL Draft continues to rise each year the topic of tanking to ensure higher odds at the first overall pick is becoming a hot topic. While the current system is designed to give the 30th place finisher the best opportunity to pick first, there is a better chance […]
The 2013-2014 Buffalo Sabres season is finally over. After what seemed like the never-ending story, the Sabres finished dead last in the league in just about everything. As easy as it would be to sit here and rip apart my favorite hockey team for what was months of anguish and despair, I am taking a […]
With very few teams in desperate need of a tight end, it looks like the Buffalo Bills will have the opportunity to take the guy they want this May in the 2014 NFL draft. The position is becoming more and more important not only in fantasy football, but for teams in general. That is why […]
As most of you guys know, I tend to not give a crap about what a player does off the field. I’ve always maintained that as long as they are there on Sundays, I don’t need them to be rescuing cats out of trees or being humanitarians. It is and will always be about what […]
In the past two seasons, Mike Williams was targeted on 166 passes. He caught 51.2% of those passes for 1,212 yards. Where does he excel and how will he fit into the Bills’ offense in 2014?
It’s a funny thing, being a Bruins fan and a Bills fan. Apparently there’s rumors of Bruins’ owner Jeremy Jacobs buying the Buffalo Bills and as a guy who has watched Jacobs go from potentially running an organization into the ground to lifting it to the highest of heights – I’m conflicted.
Here is my mock draft 2.0. After I did this mock draft, I looked through it and I realized two things: 1) No Derek Carr (who I love as a prospect) 2) No Teddy Bridgewater (who I also love) in the first round.
The passing or Ralph Wilson Jr. has caused us Bills fans to speculate even more than usual about the team’s future. Slightly altering the famous words of The Clash “will they stay or will they go?” With Mary Wilson (Ralph’s late wife) taking over ownership of the team, much has been made about when/who the […]
Source: I’m obsessed with Game of Thrones. Oh, and that source is myself, probably all of my followers on Twitter, and my dates who notice that when we talk favorite shows, there’s a twinkle in my eyes when Game of Thrones comes up. It has been almost 10 months since the Red Wedding came into […]
We are back! More Mike Williams stuff (In case you missed the other Q&A with PFF stats). Here’s Matt Tidcombe from The Pewter Plan to dish even more dirt on Mike Williams. Enjoy and retweet! 1) What are Mike Williams strengths and weaknesses when it comes to his on the field play?
As I was feverishly working on a Game Of Thrones piece for the site (Don’t judge me), the news hit that the Bills traded a 6th round pick for Tampa Bay WR and Buffalo native Mike Williams. So as we do always for the site when we get a new guy in town, I reached […]
I was lucky enough to make a trip to Nashville this past weekend to not only take in the city but also attend a Nashville Predators game. I came away from the trip with a great appreciation for Nashville and a new perspective on how things are done differently in arenas not named First Niagara […]
Anthony Calandra: Opinions about Trumps interest in the Bills? Ugh. I’m not a fan. While I can kind of ignore his radical, silly political agenda, he just fits the persona of greed and someone who would move the team to make more money.
When it comes to the city of Buffalo it is a known fact that we love our sports. Between the Bills and Sabres, not to mention the Bandits & Bisons we are irrationally passionate about our professional and semi-professional teams. One question that was posed to me recently though, was what about college […]
Doug Whaley confirmed this past week that Thad Lewis will be the backup quarterback for the 2014 Bills. Lewis had his fair share of ups and downs in his five starts, but helped the Bills win two games against Miami. He showed great toughness in the loss to New Orleans, but could the Bills have […]