Is Tony Romo In Bills Future?

The Bills reportedly have “significant interest” in Tony Romo.  The former starting quarterback for Dallas may be available in exchange for a high draft pick.  Romo has the experience to lead the Bills to the playoffs.  However, at age 36 he only has a few playing years left.  With Tyrod Taylor’s future in doubt, Buffalo is shopping for a name quarterback. LANDING ROMO WOULD BE A SMART MOVE FOR THE BILLS.  HE COULD  MAKE US PLAYOFF CONTENDERS WHILE THE TEAM DEVELOPS A YOUNG QUARTERBACK.  HOPING THAT MANAGEMENT DOES THE RIGHT THING, WE ARE ALL 1BUFFALO.

The Bills have named Phil McGeoghan wide receivers coach.  He replaces Sanjay Lal who left for the Colts.  McGeoghan coached wide receivers for the Dolphins before returning to the college ranks with East Carolina.  He takes over the Buffalo corps headed by Sammy Watkins and Marcus Easley.  HEAD COACH SEAN McDERMOTT CONTINUES TO ASSEMBLE AN ABLE STAFF.  INSPIRED COACHING SHOULD BRING OUT PLAYER TALENT.  WITH HOPE FOR THE FUTURE, WE ARE ALL 1BUFFALO.

Rex Ryan does not wish the Bills luck.  The former head coach expressed bitterness to the New York Daily News.  His resentment is tempered by the $15 million he will continue to receive under his contract.  Ryan is preparing for a cameo appearance on ESPN at the Super Bowl.  A career in broadcasting may be in his future.  RYAN IS UNDERSTANDABLY HURT AFTER HIS TENURE WAS CUT SHORT IN BUFFALO.  HE WAS ON THE CUSP OF TURNING THE FOOTBALL PROGRAM AROUND.  HEALING ALONG WITH THE FANS, WE ARE ALL 1BUFFALO.

Lorenzo Alexander was named Defensive MVP of the Pro Bowl.  The Bills linebacker had the game winning interception for the AFC late in the fourth quarter.  This was in addition to his Pro Bowl season for Buffalo.  The Bills are negotiating to extend Alexander’s contract.  They must be prudent in their offer, given his age of 34.  A one-year deal is best for him and the organization.  THE BILLS CLEARLY HAVE CHAMPIONSHIP TALENT IN THEIR RANKS.  COACH McDERMOTT AND HIS STAFF MUST MOLD THE SQUAD INTO A PLAYOFF CONTENDER.  UNITING AROUND KEY PLAYERS AND THE ENTIRE TEAM, WE ARE ALL 1BUFFALO.

Richie Incognito is working the Bills free agents.  The standout guard has been encouraging his fellow Pro Bowlers to return to Buffalo next season.  His outreach includes Zach Brown, Kyle Williams, Lorenzo Alexander, and Stephon Gilmore.  Speaking on the John Murphy Show, Incognito said the Bills are on the verge of breaking through.  By winning a few more games they can be playoff contenders.  HATS OFF TO RICHIE FOR BELIEVING IN THE TEAM’S FUTURE.  TOGETHER WITH HIM WE ARE ALL 1BUFFALO.

4 Bills will play in tonight’s Pro Bowl.  Kickoff time is 8 P.M. on ESPN.  Buffalo is well represented in this year’s contest.  Richie Incognito, Zach Brown, Kyle Williams, and Lorenzo Alexander will see action.  Tyrod Taylor and LeSean McCoy are sidelined due to injuries.  THE PRO BOWL RECOGNIZES OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT. BILLS FANS ARE PROUD OF OUR SIZABLE CONTINGENT OF HONORED PLAYERS.  SHARING IN THEIR ACCOLADES, WE ARE ALL 1BUFFALO.

Colt Anderson has been re-signed by the Bills.  The safety sat out most of last season on injured reserve.  Anderson is entering his 8th year in the league.  Before joining Buffalo he had stints with Minnesota, Philadelphia, and Indianapolis.  He played for head coach Sean McDermott when both were with the Eagles.  ANDERSON’S SIGNING GIVES DEPTH AT SAFETY WITH COREY GRAHAM AND AARON WILLIAMS FACING RETIREMENT.  COACH McDERMOTT IS MAKING SMART ROSTER MOVES.  BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE WE ARE ALL 1BUFFALO.

Bills game day attendance was down in 2016.  A total of 548,073 fans attended the 8 regular season home games.  That is down 10,974 from 559,047 in 2015.  Full capacity at New Era Field is 572,864.  Overall Bills attendance ranked 16th in the NFL.  That is down from 14th a year earlier.  Despite the playoff drought, Buffalo attendance ranked ahead of New England, Pittsburgh, and Miami.  THE NUMBERS CONFIRM THE GREAT FAN SUPPORT FOR THE BILLS.  THERE IS IMPRESSIVE TURNOUT BY THE FAITHFUL.  TOGETHER WE ARE ALL 1BUFFALO.

Chad Kelly says playing for the Bills would be “a dream come true”.  The hometown favorite and nephew of Buffalo great Jim Kelly would like a chance with the Bills.  Chad played high school ball locally at St. Joseph’s and then quarterbacked for Ole Miss.  A serious ACL injury has put his career in doubt.  He has been working out at the Senior Bowl in preparation for the draft this spring.  CHAD KELLY IS A TALENTED YOUNG PLAYER WHO COULD DEVELOP INTO THE MUCH NEEDED FRANCHISE QUARTERBACK.  WITH TYROD TAYLOR’S FUTURE IN QUESTION HE COULD BE THE SOLUTION TO THE BILLS QUARTERBACK DILEMMA.  WITH CONFIDENCE IN OUR YOUTH, WE ARE ALL 1BUFFALO.

The Bills have hired David Culley as quarterbacks coach.  The 61 year old Culley has an impressive coaching resume dating back decades.  He most recently served as assistant head coach and wide receivers coach for the Chiefs.  Earlier he was with the Buccaneers and Eagles.  Before that he coach for several colleges.  THE HIRING OF CULLEY CONTINUES HEAD COACH SEAN McDERMOTT’S COMMITMENT TO EXPERIENCE.  A NEW REGIME OF HARD NOSED VETERANS IS TAKING SHAPE.  WITH THEM WE LOOK FORWARD TO A NEW ERA, UNITED AS 1BUFFALO.

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