Bills Win, Go Back to Work

I was reminded last week of the reality of the Buffalo Bills in the early 1990s.  I tend to remember big plays, big scores, Hall of Fame performers, but that was only part of the reality.  There were plenty of Continue reading Bills Win, Go Back to Work

Midseason Meltdowns Seem To Happen for Bills

The Bills lost to the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday night – yes, Tuesday night – by a score of 42-16.  In some respects, the game wasn’t as lopsided as the score, and in other respects it was. Sean McDermott’s Buffalo Continue reading Midseason Meltdowns Seem To Happen for Bills

Bills finding ways to win

Sean McDermott said they would do it, and they’re doing it.  They’re making winning the fourth quarter a habit.  The Bills did it again Sunday against the Raiders, carrying a small lead into halftime, and letting it shrink to one Continue reading Bills finding ways to win

Oh, Yeah! Bills defeat Dolphins 31-28, Josh Allen has career day

I say it often.  It isn’t original to me.  Sean McDermott says it.  Others say it.  It’s tough to win in the NFL.  It’s tough to win in the NFL because of parity – the league is full of good Continue reading Oh, Yeah! Bills defeat Dolphins 31-28, Josh Allen has career day

Buffalo Bills Off and Passing

Everything was pretty much as predicted on Sunday, except for the injuries.  Some rookie jitters, some blown assignments, some big plays, an auspicious debut, the Bills played as their fans had hoped, and the Jets played as their fans had Continue reading Buffalo Bills Off and Passing

BillsMafia ‘repped’ by special words from Bishop Curry

Everything is upside down.  In our little world, the world of the Buffalo Bills, we’ve suffered through decades that sometimes gave us heart-breaking disappointment, sometimes gave us seeming endless futility, sometimes gave us false hopes.  It’s been a soul-crushing journey, Continue reading BillsMafia ‘repped’ by special words from Bishop Curry

Michael Jordan and McDermott’s Process

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