Found October 06, 2012 on
Mark Miller, Bills enthusiast.
It’s frustrating to have stereotypes applied to a group that you’re a part of, isn’t it?
These blanket classifications, in their nature, very seldom hold positive connotations. What’s worse than the feeling that someone is wrongfully slinging generalizations at you and those like you? When the things said are validated, becoming more sad truth than satire, now that’s painful.
Fans who follow and journalists who cover Buffalo sports teams have been seen by anyone who knows the least bit about either as eccentrics for some time now. The conception is that they’re masters of overreaction who have two modes – severely blind optimism and damning sky-is-falling negativity.
Here comes the sad part – this calendar year, we’ve solidified our position as those people.
In the early months of the offseason, 2011 was still fresh on our collective mind. The Buffalo Bills fired out of the gates while striding to a very respectable 5-2 r...
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In order to avoid writing a thousand cogent words about the travesty that was Week 4 at Ralph Wilson Stadium, I beefed up on my western films. Mainly my favorite: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. It’s a common favorite, I realize, but it does have the single best climactic duel in cinematic history. Plus it has a seriously motivating soundtrack. I feel like I could draw a pistol...
The NFL is investigating whether Buffalo defensive end Mario Williams has an injured left wrist.
Williams has not been on the Bills' injury report this season despite what he claims has been a wrist injury that has bothered him all season. But the team says he has not missed any practices or game time.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said Sunday that ''the club says he is...
SAN FRANCISCO -- The NFL is investigating whether Buffalo defensive end Mario Williams has an injured left wrist. Williams has not been on the Bills' injury report this season despite what he claims has been a wrist injury that has bothered him all season. But the team says he has not missed any practices or game time. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said Sunday that "the club...
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson is known for his off-beat sense of humor. While we sit around and say ‘ hey man focus on your season,’ he continues to promote his Street Games reality show. In this episode he talks a young lady into staging a fake engagement to the dismay of her mother.
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We have now had close to a week to digest what happened this past Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Patriots game started with such promise and ended with such disappointment, but such is the life of a Buffalo Bills fan. Disappointments are the norm and something we should just expect. The problem is with being a true Bills fan each week comes with optimism no matter the...
The NFL is investigating why the Buffalo Bills have yet to list Mario Williams on their injury list, despite the fact he has been vocal about a wrist injury, ESPN reported Sunday. Williams, who was a celebrated free-agent signing this off-season by the Bills, has been complaining about the injury all season, which is why the NFL is looking into the matter, league sources told ESPN...
Bills running back Fred Jackson was the team's leading carrier Sunday against San Francisco but he didn't lead the team in rushing yards.Fantasy Spin:Neither did C.J. Spiller. Buffalo's leading rusher ended up being Brad Smith, with one carry for 35 yards. Jackson and Spiller combined for 53 yards on 16 carries.
Bills DT Kyle Williams Fined $15,000 + -
Buffalo Bills DT Kyle Williams was fined $15,750 for hitting New England Patriots QB Tom Brady below the knee area. He was called for roughing the passer. In a stunning development, Williams was not happy with the fine.
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Before making his decision to stay out west for the two-game road trip, Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey consulted with someone who has been there, and done that. That person is this week's opposing head coach, Jim Harbaugh. “San Francisco’s done it the last couple of years,” Gailey said. ”I talked with Harbaugh, and he thought there were some real positives in...
The last time the Buffalo Bills entered Candlestick Park, the 2004 San Francisco 49ers started a struggling quarterback (not named Smith!) the day after Christmas on the way to a 2-14 season under then coach, Dennis Erickson.Drew Bledsoe played conservatively following a running game that pounded the Niners for 226 yards and a 41-7 score.Oh, how things change! In 2012, if you have...
The Buffalo Bills and defensive lineman Mario Williams haven’t
gotten off to the start they wanted. While there are multiple issues plaguing
the Bills, Williams has been slowed by a wrist injury, reports Gregg Rosenthal
"I'm a hands-on player
and it's all about power in my game," Williams said via the Rochester
Democrat and Chronicle...
The 49ers beat the Buffalo Bills 45-3. Scratch that they humiliated the Bills. The offense put up a total of 621 yards on offense, a franchise record. We are not going to spend much time talking about how great the team looked today. We will leave you with some stats instead.
621 yards of offense the most ever by a 49ers team.
The 49ers had a 300 yard passer (Alex Smith), two 100...