Scouting The Scouts, 2021: Part 1

The Bills scouts are venturing out to watch players at college football games. Where have they gone thus far? What positions have the Bills been looking at? Are there any surprising revelations about what Big Baller Beane is thinking? Who Continue reading Scouting The Scouts, 2021: Part 1

Motor vs CEH: Astro’s take on Bills vs. KC

Monday night’s early contest between Buffalo and Kansas City features two excellent running backs. I had Clyde Edwards-Helaire listed as a great fit for the Bills, and still admire him. But I don’t covet him over Singletary. Let’s see how Continue reading Motor vs CEH: Astro’s take on Bills vs. KC

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

Astro’s Bills Mock Draft — October 2020

Time for your monthly Bills’ draft. Sure, it’s early, but you’re growing tired of alphabetizing your spice rack seeing how many seconds you can nuke a marshmallow (it’s 13), and reading about how many Titans have been stupid in the Continue reading Astro’s Bills Mock Draft — October 2020

Scouting Character for the 2021 NFL Draft amidst COVID-19 concerns and disruptions

“A bend in the road is not the end of the road…unless you fail to make the turn” –Helen Keller As Charles Darwin also once said, the one most adaptable to change is the one that survives. The usual NFL scouting Continue reading Scouting Character for the 2021 NFL Draft amidst COVID-19 concerns and disruptions

Astro’s “Pick Six” For September

It’s fun to look back on last September’s Pick Six as an exercise in humility, not futility. Some of my selections, like Travis Etienne, Paddy Fisher, Alaric Jackson, Curtis Weaver, and Jonathan Cooper, opted to return to school and will Continue reading Astro’s “Pick Six” For September

Conference Cancellations, College Seniors : What Will 2021 NFL Draft Be Like?

Who’s Not Playing?The Pac-12, MAC, and Mountain West Conferences have called off fall football. Some Independents (New Mexico State, UConn, and UMass) have axed football in the fall. Five of 13 FCS conferences have decided to postpone fall sports, including Continue reading Conference Cancellations, College Seniors : What Will 2021 NFL Draft Be Like?