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
It’s a joke how NFL coaches put so much into preparations. Most coaches miss probably 90 percent of what their families do during the season because they feel they need to be at the stadium for 18 hours per day, seven days per week. I think the Bills showed this week that you can get ready to play really well in a NFL game in about half the preparation they normally
There’s no place like home. Well, sort of. The Buffalo Bills brushed aside an abbreviated relocation to claim a 38-3 win over the New York Jets. How did they do it? Head inside for Joe Buscaglia's observations!
Buffalo Bills tight end Scott Chandler, center, is unable to collect a fumble by teammate running back Bryce Brown, not pictured, during the second half of an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, Nov. 9, 2014, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (A
The Buffalo Bills offense has hit the skids at a most inopportune time. Their inability to get into the end zone is the main reason why the Bills dropped back to back critical games and went from playoff contention to a team looking for a miracle.
We’ve all seen this game before. Over the past 15 years, the Buffalo Bills have provided one game every year that signifies the slow crawl toward the end of the year as another wasted season. How did they get there? Head inside for Joe Buscaglia's observations from the Bills' 22-9 loss to Miami!