Schopp

The curious case of Ted Nolan


It was a surreal moment. Couldn't believe it. November 13, 2013, First Niagara Center, there he was, out of nowhere or to be precise Latvia, the man some Sabres fans never stopped thinking about, the man most of them thought got a raw deal, back to coach the team. Seriously.

What in the world was Ted Nolan, previously resigned to the mind like a long-ago college girlfriend, doing back
JW: All-22

All-22 Review Bills/Vikings - Watching Watkins


In the span of one week, Bills WR Sammy Watkins went from forgotten man, to focal point.  Unleashed upon the Vikings secondary, Watkins set highs in targets, receptions, touchdowns, and yards.  Watching Watkins proves to be a lot of fun in this week's All-22 Review.  
Buscaglia

Observations: Bills 17 - Vikings 16


Against all odds, somehow, some way the Buffalo Bills came away from their matchup against the Minnesota Vikings as the victors. It wasn’t pretty. In fact, at times — well, most the time — it was damn near ugly. It didn't matter. How did the Bills pull out the victory? Head inside for Joe Buscaglia's observations of the Bills win over the Vikings!

BULLDOG: Survive And Advance


Survive and advance is something you generally hear from broadcasters and coaches during the NCAA Basketball Tournament.  Close games for top seeds against upset minded underdogs get you plenty of chatter about it.

The 2014 Bills are hardly a top seed and the Minnesota Vikings aren't some mid major Cinderella so you can only go so far with the comparison.  But the Bills last
Hamilton

The Bills use Watkins and they win


Isn’t it amazing what you can do when you use the player that you traded your first round pick next year for?
What was Bill Polian's most significant move as Bills GM?
  Signing Jim Kelly
  Hiring Marv Levy
  Drafting Thurman Thomas
  Trading for Cornelius Bennett
 
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