Archive | October, 2012

Buffalo Roundup: Tennessee 35, Buffalo 34

22 Oct

Well here we go…a recap of the game that sunk the hearts of many a Bills fan around. A game that was there for the taking, handed to Mike Munchak and the Tennessee Titans.

Chan Gailey – At Least He Doesn’t Invest Your 401K

21 Oct

I will probably write a recap tomorrow when my head gets on right, but right now I have to blow some steam. Today’s game was a journey through several levels of different ebbs and flows. After all of that, here’s what you need to know: 3:55 left in the 4th quarter, Bills 34, Titans 28. […]

Buffalo Roundup: Buffalo Bills 19, Arizona Cardinals 16

15 Oct

The first nailbiter of the 2012 season came down on the side of the Bills today, 19-16 over the Cardinals. Rather than get wrapped up writing a typical recap, I’m going to try a format and see what happens. Play That Sealed The Game: About 12 minutes remaining in Overtime, 3rd and 10 from the […]

Bills GamePlan – Arizona Cardinals

12 Oct

The Bills GamePlan article will be a recurring look at the upcoming game for the Buffalo Bills.  The prevailing philosophy heading into the 2012 season was that the Bills would have a solid opportunity to make a playoff run. A contributing factor to the optimism was 4 dates against NFC West opponents, who apart from […]

Anderson Injury Leaves More Questions About D-Line

11 Oct

Five games into the season now, it’s clear that the defensive line fortification project that Buddy Nix and Chan Gailey undertook in the 2012 offseason has not turned out the way they envisioned. Let’s rattle off some stats for you: the defense is giving up 171.8 yards per game of rushing allowed, which ranks 30th […]

Buffalo 3, San Francisco 45: Optimism Out Of A Whooping

8 Oct

On the way to the first home game of the 2012 season, my brother and I chatted throughout the 2.5 hour trip about a variety of subjects. The Bills were the center of most, and the play of Ryan Fitzpatrick was at the top. I actually credit him for being more positive about the Harvard […]

Welcome to Rich Stadium Dreams

8 Oct

I remember the day when the goalposts came down. I wasn’t there, but I was watching on television. The Buffalo Bills were hosting the New York Jets, and Scott Norwood needed to boot an overtime field goal through the uprights to send the Bills to the playoffs for the first time since the Ground Chuck […]