The Bills should part company with embattled quarterback Tyrod Taylor. They have until March 16th to determine his fate. A 6 million dollar bonus is due then which would keep him in uniform next season. The time has come to cut ties with the Bills underperforming quarterback. They can look to free agency, trade, or the draft for a replacement. TAYLOR HAS BEEN GIVEN AMPLE OPPORTUNITY TO PROVE HIMSELF. HE IS AT BEST MEDIOCRE AND NOT DESTINED TO LEAD THE TEAM TO A CHAMPIONSHIP. HOPING MANAGEMENT DOES THE RIGHT THING AND MAKES THE PAINFUL BREAK, WE STAND UNITED AS 1BUFFALO.
The Bills are preparing for the upcoming college draft in April. They have 2 first round picks which give them strong strategic position. Their number one priority is taking a franchise quarterback who can make them championship contenders. There is a notably rich class of quarterbacks this year. COACH McDERMOTT AND GENERAL MANAGER BEANE WILL BE LOOKING TO BUILD ON THE SUCCESS OF LAST YEARS DRAFT. THEY HAVE THE PICKS TO MAKE IT HAPPEN. LOOKING FOR INSPIRED MANEUVERING AS THE TEAM IS REBUILT, WE EXPECTANTLY REMAIN 1BUFFALO.
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The Bills have hired veteran Terry Robiskie as wide receivers coach. He replaces Phil McGeoghan who left to join the Chargers. Robiskie was most recently offensive coordinator for the Titans. He earlier served as wide receivers coach for the Falcons. In other developments the Bills have added Luis Guilamo as director of analytics, Nate Breske as head trainer, and Jeff Mueller as video director. THE PERSONNEL SHUFFLING CONTINUES AT ONE BILLS DRIVE. COACH McDERMOTT IS PUTTING HIS IMPRINT ON THE COACHING STAFF. AWAITING EVEN MORE CHANGE AS THE OFF SEASON CONTINUES, WE RALLY AS 1BUFFALO.
Bills wide receiver coach Phil McGeoghan has left to join the Chargers. He spent one year here and was instrumental in drafting star receiver Zay Jones. He formerly was with East Carolina and Miami. The Bills are reportedly interviewing Jimmy Robinson and Terry Robiskie to fill the vacancy. THE OFF SEASON PERSONNEL JOCKEYING CONTINUES. SEAN McDERMOTT AND BRANDON BEANE ARE REMAKING THE COACHING RANKS IN THEIR MOLD. CONFIDENT THEY ARE MAKING THE RIGHT MOVES, WE STAND TOGETHER AS 1BUFFALO. HAPPY VALENTINES DAY TO ALL OUR READERS.
Change is in the air at One Bills Drive. The off season has brought many personnel moves, most notably the hiring of Brian Daboll as offensive coordinator. By mid-March a decision will be made concerning the fate of Tyrod Taylor. All indications are that he will be gone. Management will seek a replacement through trade, free agency, or the draft. THE LONG-TERM PROSPECTS OF THE TEAM ARE ON THE LINE. SO TOO ARE THE FUTURES OF COACH McDERMOTT AND GENERAL MANAGER BEANE. HOPING FOR THE RIGHT STRATEGIC OUTCOME, WE ANXIOUSLY AWAIT WORD AS 1BUFFALO.
Former Bills backup quarterback Frank Reich has been hired as the Colts head coach. The 5 year deal caps a whirlwind search by Indianapolis after Josh McDaniels opted to remain with New England. Reich most recently served as offensive coordinator for Super Bowl champion Philadelphia. He has 12 years assistant coaching experience in the NFL. CONGRATULATIONS TO BILLS ALUM REICH. HE REPORTEDLY IS CONSIDERING HIS FORMER TEAMMATE DON BEEBE FOR THE WIDE RECEIVERS COACH. PROUD THAT ONE OF OUR OWN IS NOW HEAD MAN FOR THE COLTS, WE SAVOR THE MOMENT AS 1BUFFALO.
The Bills have hired 2 Alabama assistants to the coaching staff. William Vlachos and Shea Tierney join as offensive assistants. Both had been analysts with the Crimson Tide. CHANGE IS UNDERWAY AT ONE BILLS DRIVE AS WESTERN NEW YORK NATIVE BRIAN DABOLL, FORMERLY OF ALABAMA, ROUNDS OUT HIS STAFF. MORE PERSONNEL MOVES MAY BE FORTHCOMING, AS DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR LESLIE FRAZIER IS INTERVIEWING FOR THE HEAD COACHING JOB WITH THE COLTS. FOLLOWING THESE DEVELOPMENTS WITH GREAT INTEREST, WE SHOW SUPPORT AS 1BUFFALO.
The Bills quarterback dilemma is the most important challenge of the off season. They have until mid-March to determine the fate of Tyrod Taylor. A 6 million dollar bonus would have to be paid that would likely keep him in the fold next year. Otherwise the Bills can look for a replacement through trade, free agency, or the draft. Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles is the leading trade candidate. Otherwise the team owns the 21st and 22nd overall draft picks which they can use to trade up for a franchise quarterback. THE STRATEGIC MANUEVERING WILL PLAY OUT THIS SPRING. COACH McDERMOTT AND BRANDON BEANE REALIZE THEIR LONG-TERM PROSPECTS HANG IN THE BALANCE. LOOKING FOR RESOLUTION TO THE DILEMMA UNDER CENTER, WE WATCH AND WAIT AS 1BUFFALO.
The Bills have declined in National Power Rankings since the Super Bowl. Commentators no longer rank them in the top half of NFL teams. ESPN puts the Bills at 21st overall while Sporting News drops them a notch to 22nd. They both cite the dilemma at quarterback as the search continues to replace Tyrod Taylor. THE FAITHFUL NEED NOT BE DISHEARTENED. THERE IS OVER HALF A YEAR UNTIL TRAINING CAMP OPENS. WITH INSPIRED JOCKEYING FOR QUARTERBACK THE BILLS SHOULD AGAIN BE PLAYOFF CONTENDERS. FORTIFIED BY THE PROSPECTS FOR NEXT SEASON, WE CLOSE RANKS AS 1BUFFALO.