J.J. Watt is hurt and hoary. I finally decided between whether he’s the quarterback hunter my team needs or a fading name coasting on reputation who knows his surgeons’ children’s names. The oft-injured geezer’s foundation can keep donations from Buffalo Continue reading Watt’s Out as Buffalo Bills Seek Sacks Elsewhere
A.J. Epenesa uses periods for his two-letter first name, which means he’s like J.P. Losman and not EJ Manuel. Updating the style manual for Andrew Jared is just one way we make the top pick feel welcome. I hope he Continue reading Promising Initial Impressions for Buffalo Bills’ A.J. Epenesa
Shaq Lawson has a chance to become the player we hoped he would a few drafts ago. It’d only be a few seasons late. The Buffalo Bills defensive end could function like a bonus pick in 2018, which is a Continue reading Defensive End Role Taking Shape for Bills’ Shaq Lawson
Training camp is open for most, if not all, AFC East teams. Today, I rank all the AFC East teams by defensive positions. Defensive End 1.) Buffalo Bills- This was actually a tough call between one and two. Mario Williams Continue reading Stacking Up: Ranking the AFC East by Defensive Positions
This is the second part of the discussion between Bills Mafia Editor-in-Chief Ryan Talbot and contributor Jason DeHart on how they think the Buffalo Bills should address the top three positions of need. This week the defense is the focus Continue reading Filling in the Defensive Pieces: Free Agency or the Draft?