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Bills Rudderless, Driven By Hot Winds Of Upper Management

19 Dec

Buffalo Bills fans don’t need to listen to the radio or read the local paper to get a feel for their team’s current state. Things are going nowhere rather slowly. Heck, it’s taken 17 playoff-less years to get this far. Sure, it’s reassuring to read Tim Graham’s clue-laden treatise on what’s wrong with the Bills. We’ve […]

The Buffalo Bills In Crisis Mode Yet Again

17 Sep

If you’re reading this as a Bills fan, you may understand this bout of insomnia. You wake up, not believing the predicament your team is in. The difference this time is that it doesn’t nearly contain the anger it once did, moderated by the number of times this has happened. But tonight (or this morning) […]

Bills Loss to Ravens – Is It Just A Blip?

13 Sep

When you’re talking Buffalo Bills football, it’s not really a matter of the classic half-empty vs. half-full argument. Rather, the cup is riding on the Rex Ryan Express with the bridge out which happens to span a chasm over the fiery abyss of Hell and Bill Belichick. In other words, a 13-7 loss to Baltimore to open the […]