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steve b.

  • joined Jun 29, 2010
  • last login Jul 26, 2014
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Was in the Marines for 8 years. Originally from Buffalo, NY. Bills & Ravens fan.

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Bills should share Ozzie Newsome's pass rushing philosophy

http://www.baltimore...nto-next-season"One of the issues brought up and discussed was what the Ravens need to do from a personnel stand-point to get over the "hump" and into the Super Bowl. When...

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Nix needs to fix the Bills pass rushing problems

In 2010, Buddy Nix and Chan Gailey were banking on Aaron Schobel to transition from 4-3 DE to 3-4 OLB. Schobel mulled over retirement and couldn't make up his mind. But, at the beginning of August...

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Any new 'news' on a possible Succession Plan?

Here's an article from October 2010, after John Wawrow talked with Ralph Wilson. I haven't been able to find it, but I remember another article from around the same time when Ralph was asked what B...

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Bills = Bungals

IMO, the Bills are just like the Cincinnati Bungals. The Bengals were a great team in the 80's, then collasped big time. Look at the Bungals Top 10 draft busts under Mike Brown: h...

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Santonio Holmes Bashes the Bills on the CBS Pre-Game Show

Yesterday on the CBS pre-show, one of the CBS announcers was talking with Santonio Holmes and Plaxico Burress about Stevie Johnson's TD Celebration (where Johnson imitated shooting himself in the...

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The best chance to beat the Pats is in the 1st divisional game

The Bills have the greater chance of beating the Patriots in the first division game they play against them in the year. Starting from 2003 (to include the Bills last win against the Patriots),...

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Did Schobel's indecision effect the Bills in 2010?

  Now that the 2010 season is over, the Bills fans are discussing why the Bills defense was as bad as it was last season and how the seven defensive players drafted last month could improve the...

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Can the Bills start winning close games instead of losing them?

In 2010, the Bills ended the season at a miserable 4-12. Of those 12 losses, five of those were eight points or less. Let’s take a quick look at those games:   Week 1: Sep 12, MIA 15 @ BUF 10 W...

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What can we expect from the Bills 2011 draft class?

Now that the 2011 draft is over with, fans are voicing their pleasure/displeasure with their teams draft picks. Also after the draft, fans talk about the potential impact each draft pick could have...

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Current Bills roster for the 2011 season

  Now that the 2011 draft has come and gone, let’s take a look at the current Bills roster. The first name listed is the current starter, followed by back-ups and reserve players. WR: L. Evans,...

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How did the Bills defense do in 2010?

  How did the Bills do on defense in 2010…we all know how they did. It seemed like they took two steps backward and not even a step forward. The season started out with the team switching from the...

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How did the Bills offense do in 2010?

  The 2010 Bills season is finally over and it’s another long offseason for players and fans alike. It’s the 6th consecutive losing season and the 11th time in a row that the Bills have failed to...

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Bills come crashing back to Earth

After six strong performances in a row, the Bills played like they did earlier in the season, and above all else, like a team that is 2-10. The game started out great for the Bills, as Arthur Moats...

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Another bad game for Lee Evans

After the last few weeks, with the emergence of Steve Johnson, I've been giving credit to Evans for still posing as a threat and getting coverage away from Johnson, D. Nelson & D. Jones. Yesterday,...

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Should the Bills go lighter at DE?

George Edwards is using a heavier 4 man front with Stroud & D. Edwards at DE, and K. Williams and Troup at DT. G. Edwards focus is shutting down the run, while it's working in the middle, it's not...

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The Hank Bullough era returns to Buffalo

For the first time in 25 years, the Buffalo Bills have started the season 0-5. That year in 1985, the Bills lead by head coach, Hank Bullough started the season 0-6. For many Bills fans, we thought...

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Bills...What went right, what went wrong?

  This past Sunday, the Bills welcomed the Miami Dolphins to the Ralph for their season opener. It was the debuts of Buddy Nix, new Bills GM; Chan Gailey, new Bills Head Coach; George Edwards new...

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The Left Tackle battle

  This past April, Buddy Nix surprised not only Bills fans, but the entire NFL world by not drafting a left tackle within the first two rounds. Instead, Nix waited until the 5th round to draft LT E...

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The three-headed QB battle in Buffalo

Both Buddy Nix and Chan Gailey stated that they planned on bringing in a bunch of players and have them compete for their jobs and so far have lived up to their word. With two weeks to go until the...

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The Bills have nowhere to go but up

This is in response to the Michael Lombardi article posted on yahoo sports. With the Bills going 7-9 three years in a row and 6-10 with Dick Jauron & Co, the Bills have nowhere to go but up. 1....

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