When it comes to sports talk in the morning, there is only once source in Buffalo...The Howard Simon Show!
Howard Simon graduated from Buffalo State in 1984 and has been covering the Buffalo sports scene since 1989, working at WJJL, WBEN and the Empire Sports Network before joining WGR in 2004. Howard's also a huge fan of the New York Mets and for some reason, refuses to give up his team.
Jeremy White graduated from Syracuse University in 2001 and worked during every possible time period on WGR before joining the Howard Simon Show in November of 2004. Shockingly, Jeremy likes to squeeze in talk about his Orange whenever possible during Bills' and Sabres' conversations.
There is no other radio station in Western New York that offers you the chance to sound off on your team and connect with the following guests:
Weekly Guest Schedule:
Monday 8:00 Bills RB Fred Jackson
Tuesday 8:00 Sabres Head Coach Ted Nolan
Wednesday 8:00 Bills CEO/President Russ Brandon
Wednesday 8:30 Mike Robitaille
Thursday 8:00 Sabres President Ted Black
Friday 8:10 Bills Head Coach Doug Marrone
Plus, Mike Robitaille will give his take on Buffalo Sabres' games at 8:30 (if they played the night before) and WGR reporter Paul Hamilton will give his take on the Buffalo sports scene every weekday as well.
One week after an exhilarating victory over the Green Bay Packers and on a day when the out of town scoreboard played out perfectly, the Bills once again ripped the hearts out of their fans. So what did we learn?
The Bills loss in Denver was the latest to highlight the fact that the Bills are lacking an elite play maker at quarterback. From the 3rd-and-1 slide, to deep shots that they don't take, the Bills offense is crying out for a quarterback that will step up and make a play. Check this week's All-22 to see what's missing, and also to debunk the NFL conspiracy theorists.
Here's some handy information to help you out on Sunday. First, the current AFC standings and then the remaining schedules for the Bills and the rest of the teams fighting for a playoff spot as well as the combined won-loss record of those teams