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JW: Three fantasy fixes


I have three suggestions for your fantasy football league.  The first is a slam dunk, the second is the wave of the future, and the third is probably a bit too real.  Take a peek, and then send me your stories on what makes your league a little different than the rest.

JW: Three fantasy fixes


I have three suggestions for your fantasy football league.  The first is a slam dunk, the second is the wave of the future, and the third is probably a bit too real.  Take a peak, and then send me your stories on what makes your league a little different than the rest.

JW: Three fantasy fixes


I have three suggestions for your fantasy football league.  The first is a slam dunk, the second is the wave of the future, and the third is probably a bit too real.  Take a peak, and then send me your stories on what makes your league a little different than the rest.

JW: Silver is the Gold Standard


NBA Commissioner Adam Silver hasn’t been on the job for too long, but in the span of a few days he has proved once again why he’s the best commissioner in sports.
 

JW: So about that NASCAR race...


Did you hear the race on Sunday?

No, I’m not asking if you heard ABOUT the race, I want to know if you could hear it back here in Buffalo.  

It’s.  So.  Loud.

A NASCAR race is land-a-Harrier-Jump-Jet-in-your-ear-canal loud.  It’s a lot of other things too….
 

JW: So about that NASCAR race...


Did you hear the race on Sunday?  No, I’m not asking if you heard ABOUT the race, I want to know if you could hear it back here in Buffalo.  

It’s.  So.  Loud.

A NASCAR race is land-a-Harrier-Jump-Jet-in-your-ear-canal loud.  It’s a lot of other things too….
 

JW: The BPWOT Chase - Ovie about to go to top


Over the course of the next month, Alex Ovechkin could launch to the top of a list that he likely doesn't want to be on - Best Player Without a Title.  The Stanley Cup Final could knock a few off, and the OKC run could as well.  I think Ovie gets top spot, and I can't think of anyone close.

Who is the best player, of the four major sports, to still be seeking a

JW: Why the NBA's hot and the NHL's not


I pick the Golden State Warriors over the NHL for the same reason I drive an extra five minutes for my coffee in the morning - reliability.

 

The NHL has lost my trust.  If I'm forced to make a choice, I'm too often leaving the sport I love for what's giving me a better time.  The NHL should be concerned.

 

There’s a funny thing happening in

JW: Bills Schedule Time Capsule


The saying goes that "the best predictor of future behavior, is past behavior".  With that in mind, here's my prediction for how the Bills schedule will play out.  Opponents?  Who needs 'em?!  Aren't we somewhat used to this by now?

JW: Bills Schedule Time Capsule


The saying goes that "the best predictor of future behavior, is past behavior".  With that in mind, here's my prediction for how the Bills schedule will play out.  Opponents?  Who needs 'em?!  Aren't we somewhat used to this by now?

JW: Bills Schedule Time Capsule


The saying goes that "the best predictor of future behavior, is past behavior".  With that in mind, here's my prediction for how the Bills schedule will play out.  Opponents?  Who needs 'em?!  Aren't we somewhat used to this by now?

JW: Bills Schedule Time Capsule


The saying goes that "the best predictor of future behavior, is past behavior".  With that in mind, here's my prediction for how the Bills schedule will play out.  Opponents?  Who needs 'em?!  Aren't we somewhat used to this by now?

JW: Bills Schedule Time Capsule


The saying goes that "the best predictor of future behavior, is past behavior".  With that in mind, here's my prediction for how the Bills schedule will play out.  Opponents?  Who needs 'em?!  Aren't we somewhat used to this by now?

JW: Sabres off-season to-do list


The offseason can go pretty quickly and the Sabres have plenty to get done.  With requests of Tim Murray, Dan Bylsma, Matt Moulson, and all others involved, Jeremy White lays out his Sabres Offseason To-do List.

JW: Sabres off-season to-do list


The offseason can go pretty quickly and the Sabres have plenty to get done.  With requests of Tim Murray, Dan Bylsma, Matt Moulson, and all others involved, Jeremy White lays out his Sabres Offseason To-do List.

JW: Playing the Game


Bills GM Doug Whaley says that the Bills are open to the idea of a contract extension with Tyrod Taylor.  Is Tyrod open to one?  Should he be?  WGR's Jeremy White runs down the five factors that could play into this game, from holdout, to 1st round QB.

JW: Splitting TT - The Next Step


This morning on WGR, Bills GM Doug Whaley spoke highly of Tyrod Taylor while stressing, “the team has the possibility, and I stress possibility, of a quarterback in the future.”  Is Tyrod the guy for the job?  We don’t know.  What’s the next step?  That we do know….

JW: State of the Sabres


Through 28 games this season, the Sabres have 25 points.  Through the same amount last year, they’d picked up 22 points.  A three point gain certainly wouldn’t tell the story though, would it?  Jeremy White takes a look at what’s happening, and what should come next.
 

JW: State of the Sabres


Through 28 games this season, the Sabres have 25 points.  Through the same amount last year, they’d picked up 22 points.  A three point gain certainly wouldn’t tell the story though, would it?  Jeremy White takes a look at what’s happening, and what should come next.
 

JW: State of the Sabres


Through 28 games this season, the Sabres have 25 points.  Through the same amount last year, they’d picked up 22 points.  A three point gain certainly wouldn’t tell the story though, would it?  Jeremy White takes a look at what’s happening, and what should come next.
 

JW: State of the Sabres


Through 28 games this season, the Sabres have 25 points.  Through the same amount last year, they’d picked up 22 points.  A three point gain certainly wouldn’t tell the story though, would it?  Jeremy White takes a look at what’s happening, and what should come next.
 

JW: All-22 Review: Bills/Titans


We've learned that Tyrod Taylor is unlikely to play this week against the Bengals.  Taylor made some great plays last week, but the passing game was limited, to say the least.  In this week's  All-22 review we'll see a big part of the field ignored by the offense, and the latest masterpiece from the defensive line.

JW: All-22 Review - Bills/Giants


Sunday's disappointing loss to the Giant was a parade of penalties and missed opportunities.  The Giants were able to capitalize on a few mistakes from the Bills, while Greg Roman's offense simply wasn't firing on all cylinders.  The All-22 is here to tweak Tyrod, and give fist-pounds to Stephon Gilmore and Ronald Darby.  

JW: Racket-ology - The Sabres Goal Song Vote


The Buffalo Sabres have launched a fan-driven goal song bracket.  There are eight nominees and the team is asking all of us to help decide the anthem to be played when the team lights the lamp.  Jeremy White takes a look at the Racket Bracket.  (Get it?  Racket?)

 

JW: All-22 Review - Bills/Colts


Rex Ryan's debut as Bills Head Coach went about as well as anyone might have expected.  During his time with the Jets the defense was often referred to as "organized chaos".  Check Jeremy White's All-22, as the name fits the Bills.





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For anyone that's new to these All-22 reviews I'll start with a few disclaimers to open the season.

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What tops your list of things to watch in Bills pre season game #3?
  More Tyrod Taylor?
  The play of the linebackers
  The wide receiver competition
 
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