1. Business As Usual?: Perry Fewell's First Day as the Bills' Interim Head Coach

    I just finished reviewing the notes from One Bills Drive on Perry Fewell’s first practice as interim head coach...

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  2. And The Stampede Keeps Going

    Now news out of One Bills Drive is that the Buffalo Bills are attempting to arrange a meeting with former Denver Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan. Sources include Adam Schefter from ESPN. You can find his write-up here ...

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  3. A Change of Direction At One Bills Drive

    The abrupt release of head coach Dick Jauron sounded like the start of something big at One Bills Drive to me. A sign that business as usual for the Bills was no longer going to cut it...

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  4. What Now? The Buffalo Bills on the Field for 2010

    Even before the news today of head coach Dick Jauron’s firing, it was painfully clear that the 2009 Buffalo Bills season was a complete loss. The offense had regressed which I was pretty sure was impossible after last year...

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  5. Buffalo Bills Fire Head Coach Dick Jauron: What Now?

    Well, today is finally the day. The Dick Jauron era in Buffalo has finally come to an end. Whether you think it came too late (most people) or too early (mid-season firings rarely work out that ...

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  6. Wait, The Buffalo Bills Actually Have Tight Ends?

    With the first week of the 2009 Buffalo Bills training camp in the books, Terrell Owens has been unsurprisingly the biggest story of practices in Pittsford, NY. However, for those discerning fans looking past the glitz and glamor of the T...

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  7. How Do the Buffalo Bills' Running Backs Affect the No-Huddle Offense?

    The K-Gun style of offense defined the Buffalo Bills offense in the early 1990's. Named after tight end Keith McKeller, designed by offensive coordinator Ted Marchibroda, and run to perfection ...

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  8. Will the Buffalo Bills' Lack of an Elite Left Tackle Kill Their Offense?

    Possibly the biggest remaining question with the 2009 edition of the Buffalo Bills surrounds the offensive line—specifically left tackle position. With Jason Peters traded to the Philadelphia Eagles, Langston Walker steps in as the starter...

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  9. Why I Am A Buffalo Bills Fan: A Father And Son Story

    Being a fan is funny. Fan is short for fanatic, after all. Some of us fans are willing to brave sub-zero temperatures and blinding snow, or blinding rain, or whatever elements nature throws at us...

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  10. The Buffalo Bills Defense: Playmakers Please Apply

    The Buffalo Bills defense in the past few years has lacked consistent playmakers on the defensive line, linebacker, and in the secondary. This is not to say that the Bills defense has been horrible...

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  11. The 2009 Buffalo Bills Coaching Staff: Playoffs or Nothing

    After the 2008-2009 Buffalo Bills crashed and burned to a 7-9 record for the third consecutive season, the coaching staff collectively should be on the hot seat...

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  12. Getting To Know The Buffalo Bills: Alvin Bowen, Linebacker

    Drafted out of Iowa State in the 2008 NFL Draft, Alvin Bowen looked to add to the Buffalo Bills' already strong special teams and provide valuable depth at the linebacker position en route to fighting for a starting position...

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  13. The 2009 Buffalo Bills Offense: Upgrades, Upgrades, Upgrades

    After last season's end in which the offense sputtered and failed to produce on more than one occasion, the Buffalo Bills front office made a decision to overhaul key positions on the offensive side of the ball...

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  14. Buffalo Bills Training Camp Will Be a Battle for Two Defensive Positions

    Training Camp for all 32 NFL teams is always interesting, determining not only who will be a part of the team, but also who starts...

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  15. Will the Buffalo Bills Circle the Wagons in 2009?

    Many Buffalo Bills fans were talking division championship and a playoff berth after the first six games of the 2008 season...

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  16. The 2009 NFL Draft Recap for the Buffalo Bills

    The 2009 NFL Draft is in the books and now it is time to take stock of what the Buffalo Bills did in two days to help improve the team...

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  17. Buffalo Bills 2009 Draft Day One Wrap-Up

    With Day One of the 2009 NFL Draft in the books, some questions have been answered about what the Buffalo Bills needed to do and some new questions have been asked as well. So let's look back on the first day of the draft and see what happened...

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  18. With The 11th Pick of the 2009 NFL Draft The Bills Pick...Aaron Maybin

    With the 11th overall pick of the 2009 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills selected DE, Aaron Maybin (Penn State). Going into the NFL Draft, it was known that the Bills were going to be targeting an upgrade for the pass rush...

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  19. Stampede to the NFL Draft, the Night Before

    Ah, the 2009 NFL Draft is nearly here. It is the eve of the draft (actually very incredibly early the morning of for us East Coasters). Everyone is getting itchy to find out who their favorite team will be selecting over the next two days...

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  20. Buffalo Bills: How Addressing the Issue of Jason Peters Could Affect the Draft

    The Buffalo Bills' offseason seems to be embroiled in controversy at every turn. Some of it is really controversy, other parts of it media-created, such as all the backlash at the organization for signing Terrell Owens...

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  21. The Stampede to the Draft: Part Two

    First seen on wnysportstalk.com, your source for Western New York sports talk. In Part One of this series, I highlighted one of the Buffalo Bills’ most pressing needs, the upgrading of its abysmal pass rush...

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  22. Buffalo Bills: The Stampede to the Draft Part 1

    This article was first seen on wnysportstalk.com the only site for all your Western NY sports news. Ah yes, the NFL Combine has wrapped up. There have been some shockers, both good and bad...

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  23. The Battle of the Ends: Defensive or Tight?

    With the Buffalo Bills currently sitting at No. 11 in the upcoming National Football League Draft, they have a lot of choices with what to do with that pick. The biggest debate ranges around what I call the “Battle of the Ends...

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  24. An Outsider's Perspective on Florida-Alabama

    I normally only write on the Buffalo Bills in the NFL, but I do enjoy sitting down on the couch on Saturday afternoons and watching all the college action I can get...

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  25. Is It Okay to Quit On a Coach In Professional Sports?

    Do you believe that it is okay for a professional sports team to quit on their coach? If so, in what sort of a case would it be okay? I'm of the opinion that the players are playing for more than themselves...

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