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

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

Bills Can’t Handle Texans in 9-21 Loss

The Buffalo Bills have dropped to 3-5 following their 9-21 loss in Houston to the Texans. We said for the Bills to win they were going to need to avoid careless turnovers, and until the end of the game when Fitzpatrick fumbled the ball away to end a drive, the Bills were rather careful with […]

November 2012 by Craig

Defenseless Bills Suffer Fourth Loss in Heartbreaker to the Titans, 34-35

On Sunday the Buffalo Bills hosted the Tennessee Titans at Ralph Wilson Stadium, and suffered a heart breaking loss that will resonate with the Bills throughout the bye and until week nine when they play Houston Texans. In their week seven defeat, the Bills and Titans were going back and forth all game, but after […]

October 2012 by Craig

Buffalo Bills Bounce Back and Defeat Cardinals

Jarius Byrd had two interceptions in the Buffalo Bills week six battle against the Arizona Cardinals, but it was his second interception that helped to put the Bills in a prime position to end the game in overtime via a Rian Lindell 25-yard field goal. It was a great game at the University of Phoenix […]

October 2012 by Craig

Buffalo Defense Falls Short Again, Takes Aim at 49ers

Don’t blame QB Ryan Fitzpatrick for the fact that the Buffalo Bills are just 2-2 this year. He has done his job, leading his team to at least 24 points in all four games this year, and he has the most touchdown passes in the league with 12. In fact, don’t blame this offense at […]

October 2012 by FT-Blogger

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

Week 2: Bills vs. Chiefs

After suffering an embarrassing loss to the New York Jets last week, the Buffalo Bills will seek revenge against the Kansas City Chiefs. Last week the Chiefs also lost in a blowout, delivered by the Atlanta Falcons, so both teams are expected to playing with a chip on their shoulder this week. In order for […]

September 2012 by Craig

Bills Can’t Beat the Bush

The Buffalo Bills could not stop Reggie Bush who rushed for 203 yards, a career high.  Buffalo continues to struggle and Miami has been surprisingly hot the last few games.  The Bills started off the season hot but now it doesn’t seem like they will ever win again.  The fins who started off looking like […]

December 2011 by 360bills