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Sal's "Mock Through 50" (#2)

Some new information changes the first fifty picks, and the Bills pick, in Sal Capaccio's 2nd Mock Draft.  Take a look inside.

Evans officially leaves UB

Former UB guard Shannon Evans is bolting the program to join his old coach.

Sabres' Rodrigues came for opportunity

The newest Buffalo Sabre joined Andrew Peters and Kevin Sylvester on air Thursday morning.
OL depth

OL class gives Bills options

This year's OL class looks to be fairly deep.  That means the Bills have some options when they are first on the clock.

Sal's "Mock Through 50" (#1)

Sal Capaccio gives his first NFL Mock Draft Through Pick #50 (Bills pick) inside.

Is picking a lineman the right move at 50? Not as a quick fix

If the Bills are hoping to pick a starting guard or tackle at 50, they may want to reconsider

Sabres ink Eichel's winger at BU

In a release the Sabres announced they’ve signed free agent forward Evan Rodrigues to a two-year, entry-level contract.

Putting Odds on the next Head Coach

Craig Custance of ESPN talks about who the next coach of the Sabres may be
Extra rest?

Bills play rested opponents early in season, gain same advantage later

From 2009-2013, NFL teams won just 44.7% of games when playing opponents who had extra rest and injury-recovery time compared to their them. How many times do the Bills have that advantage or disadvantage this season?  Head inside to find out.


Could Bills draft QB?

Listening to quotes coming out of One Bills Drive it seems.....
UB bball

UB's Evans Granted Full Release with No Restrictions

University at Buffalo point guard Shannon Evans is free to transfer where he wants.

BU Coach Quinn: Eichel is ready for NHL

Don't expect Boston University coach David Quinn to hold him back.  "I'll drive him to Buffalo"

Sabres' Kaleta doesn't want it to end here now

Pat Kaleta doesn't know what turn his career will take.


Whaley on WGR: 2015 is make or break year for Manuel

While the Bills are not ready to close the door on EJ Manuel, Bills GM Doug Whaley did say this was an important year for the third-year quarterback.
The dirty work is done, time for Sabres to light a cigar.

Sabres shouldn't give lottery a second thought

If cigars didn't turn my stomach I'd be up for one. It's time to light a smoke, squint, and sit with what the Sabres have accomplished.

Despite the incessant ink-stained protestations that have hassled them for months, the Sabres greet this day in prime position for a rise to power. It wasn't easy, and it wasn't popular, but they did exactly what they should have: take it