As we begin the new season, Buffalo has added a new team captain to the mix, young Stuart Eakin will wear a "C" on his chest. In what became a Cinderalla story last season, with Stuart going 7-8 in 15 games and winning three division games, Stuart showed he was a winner. Now he has had a full off-season taking all the number one reps, its time to see what he can do. Buffalo lost the home opener to Oakland behind a four touchdown and 339 yard throwing performace, it will take all ...[ Continue reading ]
Well let's address the elephant in the room, Buffalo's Coach
Morlock is 0-12 life against Joshe and 0-11 lifetime against VBD.
It ends this season!
With the additions in the off-season of LT Taylor Lewan, CB Kevin King, and SS Marquise Blair and a strong draft adding OL Stinson, RE Baxter, and Superstar S Burley. It's our time.
Buffalo has developed Goodson, Bates, Cofield, Bean, and Oliver with a lot of trial by fire. Can we get off to a good start and...[ Continue reading ]
Here is the history of the Bills and there roaming first round draft pick. This season, marks the first time this cycle that the actual pick will be used by Buffalo. With that being said, history shows it will probably be traded.
Year 1. Traded back 8 spots with the Ravens and picked up a second round pick. Buffalo drafted Orlando Goodson with the first round pick and drafted FB Kasey Black. Both players are still on current roster. Because Orlando was runner u...[ Continue reading ]
Buffalo drafted Marquee Fitzpatrick in round four of the XCFL draft. He is a speedy corner out of Miami University, mostly known by the public as Minkah Fitzpatrick's fast little brother. He has lived under that title for most of his life, it wasn't until after his junior season that people started reconizing him by Marquee.
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Last night the Buffalo Bills pulled off a public thieft. They started the night with the 28th overall pick in round one of the XCFL draft. They had there eyes on two people, a gamechanging wide reciever that would cost the farm to move up and get and a gamechanging defensive weapon that had slipped under a few teams rader. How you ask, can a 293 pound man who lead the NCAA in sacks and tackles for loss, go unnoticed? Well, I'm glad you asked;
Ahmad's road to the XCFL was...[ Continue reading ]
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