Bills add Orton

The Buffalo Bills have added veteran signal caller Kyle Orton to their roster.  Following the releases of former Bears quarterback Jordan Palmer and previous Bills backup Thad Lewis, the Bills were looking to add a quarterback with experience to mentor second year pro E.J. Manuel. Orton is a former Purdue University star, who played in […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet

Marrone, Hackett, and Pettine Heads new Bills Regime

[blackbirdpie url=”https://twitter.com/RussBrandon/status/288322228347621376″] It’s been a busy 10 days for the Buffalo Bills, cleaning house by firing Chan Gailey and his staff, and hiring Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone. Today they announced that Mike Pettine would take over the defense, and Nate Hackett will join coach Marrone from Syracuse as his offensive play caller. While both […]

January 2013 by Dan Berger

Bills start offseason with some big changes!

As we all know by now, Chan and friends have been canned. He went graciously, and left some very kind words for Bills fans. I will root for his success, gladly, elsewhere. Russ Brandon is now in charge, and brings a youthful look to the organization, along with some forward thinking. Bringing a “money-ball” type […]

January 2013 by Dan Berger

Interview with Stephon Gilmore

I’d like to start off by thanking Pepsi’s Rookie of the week program for making this interview happen. Just a few weeks ago i wrote my first blog, and now I have just completed my first player interview with Buffalo Bills Top-10 pick of 2012, Stephon Gilmore. Here’s what he had to say! On behalf […]

December 2012 by Dan Berger

Where do we go from here?

Sunday was a new low for Bills fans. After suffering humiliating defeats against the Patriots and 49ers in the beginning of the season, it seemed the worst was behind us for what was quickly becoming an all to familiar Buffalo football season. Then the 5th annual Toronto series against a Seahawk team on the rise […]

December 2012 by Dan Berger

Why Chan Gailey Has Run Out of Time

This is my first blog post, and it is regrettably a depressing and altogether unpleasant one. The obvious hot topic for us Bills fans right now is Chan Gailey’s current job status. We are on the brink of the completion of his third year. THE year. This was supposed to be the promised land for […]

December 2012 by Dan Berger

Changing of the Guard in Buffalo?

It’s a time people thought may never thought they see. A time when the AFC East was truly up for grabs. Other than 2008, where the Dolphins won the AFC East behind their Wildcat, the Patriots have dominated the AFC East. But today, the Patriots are in one of the biggest must win games in […]

September 2012 by Josh

Bills Win Game, May Lose Spiller

When Fred Jackson went down with a knee injury in a week 1 loss to the Jets, backup running back C.J. Spiller took fool advantage. Spiller rushed for 292 yards and three touchdowns in the remaining week 1 loss and a week 2 win. So it was not surprising when Spiller got off to another […]

September 2012 by Josh

Injury Report Update

The Bills released their injury report today and much to the Bills likings, the list is not that big. Fred Jackson (knee) and Ruvell Martin (ankle) are out of Sunday’s game against the Browns. Linebacker Nick Barnett (knee) is probable and safety Jarius Byrd (ankle) is questionable. In the Bills first game without Fred Jackson, C.J. […]

September 2012 by Josh

Bills Still Searching for Identity

Following a 35-17 Week 2 domination of the Chiefs, Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey is keep is team focused. “Last week everybody was kicking dirt on you,” Gailey said in a post game press conference. “This week their going to put you on a little bit of a pedestal and neither one are true. And […]

September 2012 by Josh