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Life Principles Don’t Apply To The Quarterback Position?

1 Sep

In life, we hear plenty of factual statements that are meant to make us feel better about ourselves. We’re all different, you see. Einstein sucked in school. We all have hope, no matter how crappy we fared in our early years. Not so for the young quarterback in the Twenty-Teen era of the NFL. Today, […]

Bills look to overcome 40 years of QB development failures

1 Oct

The Rich Stadium Dreams blog welcomes Stephen Brandt as our first contributing writer. You can find him on Twitter @StephenCBrandt. Welcome Stephen! – Ed The one thing that’s plagued the recent history of the Buffalo Bills is their inability to develop a good quarterback. You have to go back to Joe Ferguson to find a […]

Overnight Success Was Never The Plan In 2013

26 Sep

You guys who are already complaining and fretting over another lost season, grow up. We’ve been here before. This certainly seems like its another tail-chasing equivalent of, “rebuild, suck, demolish” and repeat (notice the initials, RSD…I didn’t really mean to do that, but whatever). But the cold, hard truth of this current predicament is that, […]

Buffalo Roundup: Buffalo 24, Carolina 23

16 Sep

We apologize for the lack of coverage about the first game of the season, a 23-21 loss to the New England Patriots. We were at the stadium for the game, but time constraints prevented publication. We may have an article about that game later this week. -Ed. Last season, we tried a simple recap structure […]

State of Competence

17 Aug

Music.  It holds a special place in my mind.  When I play music, it just feels right. I’m not saying I am an accomplished musician.  I am merely a sit-in for a country band that plays for old folks.  Having played in many bands and jammed with many musicians over the years, I know one […]