I've watched the last two Bills games from a bar. For the first of them, the Thursday night game in Miami, the place was very busy. A friend of mine is a bartender there, and at halftime, with the Bills leading 6-3, he had a minute to chat.
"What do you think so far?", he asked me.
"I think whatever we're going to care about from this game hasn't happened
Rasmus Ristolainen, age 20, is playing like a star.
For the first time in almost 10 years to the day, the Bills have secured at least a .500 record in an individual season. And, the 2014 version got to the eight-win plateau in style: with a win over a Hall of Fame quarterback in the making and a bonafide Super Bowl contender. How did they do it? WGR's Joe Buscaglia gives you his observations from the game!
One of the most interesting things about watching the Bills play is appreciating the good plays that are actually happening while bracing for what we are sure will be the thing that goes wrong and makes all of our brains fall out of our heads.