My pros and cons for keeping CJ Spiller

We all know being a Bills fan can lead to you being a bit temperamental. We have gone through every emotion you can think of and it leaves us feeling we have some sort of Bills-polarism. If there’s one player on the Bills roster I can say has closely resembled the up and down emotions […]


Pros and cons for keeping Jerry Hughes by @Seancorleone

We’re just a few weeks away from the NFL free agency period and one large question remains unanswered: What will the Bills do with Jerry Hughes? The status of the Bills-Hughes relationship is currently up in the air, and according to General Manager Doug Whaley, the Bills have been meeting with Hughes’ representation with the […]


Second Take with @BradleyGelber – Now Or Never For EJ

Quarterback… it’s something that has had more than it’s fair share of attention so far this offseason. Up to this point however, most of the QB focus for the Bills has been on whom they will bring in to replace Kyle Orton. As expected veterans names like Luke McCown, Sam Bradford & Mark Sanchez have […]


Breaking news: Don’t get your FA hopes up at QB for the Bills

Did you hear? Josh McCown was seen at a Sabres game with Greg Roman (Note: Probably not the best place to show a winning tradition, Am I right?), which of course set off a whirlwind of speculation which ultimately lead to the Bills confirming he was in for a visit. This has been the way […]

ORCHARD PARK, NY - JANUARY 14:  Rex Ryan attends a press conference announcing his arrival as head coach of the Buffalo Bills on January 14, 2015 at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, New York.  (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

Q&A about Rex Ryan with AFC East writer @ErikFrenz

  It took awhile, but we finally got someone with insight to the Jets to talk about Rex Ryan. We have Erik Frenz who is the AFC East Writer for Bleacher Report to dish the dirt on Rex. Enjoy and tell a friend! 1) Why did Ryan have so much success during his first 2 […]

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - DECEMBER 23: Richie Incognito #68 of the Miami Dolphins is introduced with the starting players prior to the game against the Buffalo Bills on December 23, 2012 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Dolphins defeated the Bills 24-10. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)

Q&A about Richie Incognito with @thephinsider

Its all about Richie Incognito today. The Bills signed the controversial guard this weekend and it seems like most Bills fans like the signing. I may take a swing at blogging about it at some point, but if you want my takes, just check my Twitter feed on Saturday. Anyways, we got Kevin Nogle, the […]


Second Take with @BradleyGelber – Incognito’s Return

        Over the weekend the Bills signed infamous O-lineman, Richie Incognito. The 320 lbs, 31 year old from Englewood, NJ spent the last year without a job in the NFL after the whole bullying fiasco in Miami. Rex Ryan apparently had Incognito near the top of his priority list despite there being […]


Should EJ get another chance? by @SeanCorleone

Sometimes in life all you need is an opportunity. Many successful people in this world got to where they are by seizing a moment; by taking control of a situation and using their positions for the benefit of their own good. In sports, every opportunity presented to an athlete can make or break their careers. […]

ORCHARD PARK, NY - JANUARY 14: (L to R) Buffalo Bills President Russ Brandon, Owner Terry Pegula, Head Coach Rex Ryan and Manager Doug Whaley speak at a press conference announcing Rex Ryan's arrival as head coach of the Buffalo Bills on January 14, 2015 at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

2,000 words on my Bills wishlist for the 2015 offseason

Well, its February and we are only a month or so away from free agency. Its the time of year where Bills fans have always found a way to believe that things were going to change based on the changing of the roster come March and April. The draft and FA are very exciting times […]

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No excuses: The Bills have to make the playoffs in 2015

I  can pretty much set my watch by it. Every time I see the Super Bowl teams race out that tunnel – a special sight since most broadcasts don’t show it during regular season games – I am filled with envy. That 30 seconds or so of envy, is followed by a long gasp of […]


Second Take with @BradleyGelber – Going to school with Gronk

With the Bills spending another postseason watching from home, football fans in Buffalo were forced to search for other connections to the big game. I guess you could root for former Bills players like Marshawn Lynch, Tavaris Jackson, or Tony Moeaki (hey you never know!) or just hoping Tom Brady & the Patriots lose…