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The Buffalo Bills have had one winning season and zero playoff appearances since the start of the 2000 season. The last time they were involved in a playoff game, Rob Johnson was starting for them, and Kevin Dyson streaked down the sideline after Frank Wycheck threw a lateral to him on a last-second kickoff return. “The Music City Miracle” turned into a decade and half long nightmare for a franchise that was the was the cream of the crop in the AFC for the 90s. The organization is still trying to replace Jim Kelly, and so many faces have attempted it. Along with Rob Johnson, there has been Todd Collins, Doug Flutie, Alex Van Pelt, and old Drew Bledsoe, Kelly Holcomb, J.P. Losman, Trent Edwards and most recently, Ryan Fitzpatrick. The won season they were over .500, was 2004. What must be frustrating to Bills fans is that there has been talent on this team the last 14 years. They had one of the interior best defensive lines in football at one point, they had Marshawn Lynch and Willis McGahee at separate times in their backfield, and solid receivers as well. But that one constant, nagging issue, that has cost [...]
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Kevin Kolb told The Buffalo News that he’s very excited to be a part of the Buffalo Bills.
“I am really excited,” Kolb said. “I think just when we all sat down for the first time and we discussed what our offensive mindsets were and career-wise what I was looking for, it just all made sense.”
“It was a breath of fresh air to hear Doug and Nate and their offensive philosophy...
The Buffalo Bills inked a deal with QB Kevin Kolb, a move which was made official yesterday. Kolb proclaimed that he signed with the Bills while having every intention of bringing a Super Bowl victory to the Bills. Whether or not that actually happens remains to be seen but the fact of the matter is that Kolb might have but just one season under center for the Bills to achieve his...
OK, you all know by now my feelings about Kevin Kolb. Even with my reservations, I wanted to find out more about him. So, we are joined by Tyler Nickel from SB Nation's Revenge of the Birds to talk about Kevin Kolb. We go into detail about the highs/lows of his career there, what went wrong, and if he can still start in this league. It is a bit more uplifting than...
Even though Buddy Nix believes Kevin Kolb has a shot to win the Bills’ starting quarterback job, it doesn’t mean they’re going to pay him like a starter.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Bills are paying Kolb like a back up. PFT has the details.
The truth, as a league source with knowledge of the deal tells PFT, is that the contract “screams backup.”
Kolb has escaped the drums of Arizona, and now he’s feeling a bit cocky. Kolb was introduced to the Buffalo media, and let it be known that he was there to win a ring, period.
#Bills QB Kevin Kolb: “I’m here to win a Super Bowl. Period.”
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) April 8, 2013
“It’s good to come to an organization like this,” Kolb said. “They’re hungry...
Monday, Buffalo Bills quarterback Kevin Kolb sounded pretty excited about getting another shot to prove his worth in the NFL.Buffalo's brass sounded equally excited.Kolb, a six-year vet, holds a 28/25 touchdown-to-interception ratio and has completed nearly 60 percent of his passes in his career. And while many associate the 28-year-old's time in the league with harsh...
By JOHN WAWROW
AP Sports Writer
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Having already squandered two chances to prove himself as an NFL starter, quarterback Kevin Kolb arrived in Buffalo on Monday eager for a third opportunity.
"This is a big chance for me," Kolb said, shortly after officially signing a two-year contract potentially worth more than 12 million. He agreed to the deal...
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Newly signed Buffalo quarterback Kevin Kolb wasted no time in making a Super Bowl his goal for his Bills team.
Kevin Kolb isn’t guaranteed to be the starting quarterback in Buffalo when the 2013 season begins, but that isn’t keeping him from having high expectations.
Kolb, who signed with the Bills last week, was introduced at an introductory press conference on Monday and expressed some lofty goals for the time with his new team.
“I’m here to win a Super Bowl. Period,” Kolb said...
1. Quarterback: Kevin Kolb was recently brought in, but he obviously isn't a long term solution. Buddy Nix wants his franchise quarterback, so there's a good chance they will take one in the first or second round. However, they could wait for round three if they believe in someone like Tyler Bray.
2. Wide Receiver: The other position Buddy Nix has openly...