The Buffalo Bills are entering a crucial point in the franchise’s rebuilding timeline. There’s rumblings of discontent between General Manager Doug Whaley and Rex Ryan’s coaching staff, due to a myriad of decisions (trading Matt Cassel being the most disruptive) Continue reading A Way Too Early Look at Buffalo Bills 2016 Salary Cap Situation, Potential NFL Free Agent Interests
The first quarter of the 2015 Buffalo Bills season is in the books and the team is sitting in third place in the AFC East with a 2-2 record. This Bills team has been one of the more entertaining ones Continue reading Buffalo Bills Stock Watch: Who’s Up & Who’s Down After the NFL’s First Quarter?
Following an offseason of big spending by the Buffalo Bills—awarding roughly $184.935 million in contracts with $39.6 million of the salary cap hits counting for the 2015 season, there has been endless speculation surrounding the team’s future financial situation going forward. Continue reading An In-Depth Look At the Buffalo Bills Salary Cap Situation in 2015 & Beyond
Quality depth in the NFL is hard to come by, as Buffalo Bills fans have grown to realize throughout the 21st century, but it’s a necessary component of any contending roster. Prior to this season, the Bills have fielded some Continue reading 2015 Buffalo Bills: 12 Questions Surrounding Roster Depth That Playoff Teams Possess
Last week, the Buffalo Bills signed Michael Buchanan, a hybrid defensive end/ strong-side linebacker to a two-year, $1.285 million deal that’s non-guaranteed. Buchanan had a productive career at Illinois, recording 121 tackles, 20.5 tackles for loss, 12 sacks, six pass breakups Continue reading Breaking Down New Buffalo Bills LB Michael Buchanan’s Fit In Rex Ryan’s Defense
The Buffalo Bills have went through a dramatic franchise overhaul over the last calendar year. At this time last summer, fans were anxiously watching the Pegula’s vs. Bon Jovi vs. Donald Trump battle to be the new team owner. Doug Continue reading EJ Manuel And The 4 Buffalo Bills With The Most To Prove In 2015 Training Camp
The hiring of Rex Ryan triggered a series of events (or trades and free agent signings) that a 23-year old Buffalo Bills fan like myself had not experienced before. Playmaking skill-position players like LeSean McCoy, Percy Harvin, Charles Clay and Continue reading Rex Ryan Scheme: Change Coming at “SAM” Linebacker in Buffalo Bills’ Defense?
The Buffalo Bills should be glad to have a bad example from which to learn, especially since it’s not their own. Analyzing what mistakes the Sabres made in free agency is a premier advantage of gathering everyone under the One Continue reading Buffalo Bills Hope to Avoid Sabres’ Mistakes, Skate to Success
A home game in Detroit was the most normal thing about this last week for the Buffalo Bills. They didn’t wear throwbacks honoring their original Lions-inspired uniforms, but Buffalo still looked comfortable sort-of hosting in a different border city. All Continue reading Buffalo Bills at Home in the Motor City of Good Neighbors
The Bills have started off the 2014 season on the best possible foot with two wins over quality opponents; taking care of the Bears in Chicago in week one and dismantling the division rival Miami Dolphins in front of an emotional home Continue reading Depth for Days: What Makes the 2014 Buffalo Bills Different