The Bills are All In on quarterback Tyrod Taylor’s contract extension. The parties have signed a five year extension reportedly worth up to $100 million. Taylor will receive $18 million per season. The standout Virginia Tech star is the future of the Bills. He won the starting berth last year in a three way competition with EJ Manuel and Matt Cassel. Buffalo spared no effort in locking down Taylor’s contract. CONGRATULATIONS TO TAYLOR AND THE BILLS FOR DOING THE RIGHT THING AND ENSURING TAYLOR REMAINS IN BUFFALO.
Bills safety Aaron Williams suffered a concussion in practice. He collided with Dezmin Lewis last evening. Coach Rex Ryan reports that Williams does not appear to have a neck injury. He missed 13 regular season games last year due to a neck injury. The accident shows how violent and dangerous pro football has become. THE NUMBER ONE PRIORITY IS THE SAFETY OF THE PLAYERS BOTH ON AND OFF FIELD.
Tyrod Taylor is reportedly looking at a 2 year deal worth $15 million a year. The Bills quarterback is worth every penny of that. Taylor is the best Buffalo player under center since Jim Kelly. He can lead us out of the 16 year playoff drought. Management needs to sign him fast. COME ON, TERRY PEGULA, GIVE TAYLOR WHAT HE DESERVES!
Rookie linebacker Reggie Ragland is out for the season. The Bills announced the devastating news that their second round draft pick will undergo ACL surgery. The future of the Alabama star is up in the air. Coach Rex Ryan is making the right moves, having signed veteran linebackers David Hawthorne and Brandon Spikes. THE BILLS MUST PULL TOGETHER TO OVERCOME THIS HEARTBREAKER.
The Bills flag dominated this morning’s Today Show coverage of the Olympics. A loyal fan waved a huge Buffalo flag behind the beachfront broadcast post in Rio de Janeiro. Bills loyalists are found around the world. Whether in Buffalo or far away in foreign countries Bills fans proclaim their loyalty and spirit. A NATIONAL AUDIENCE TODAY LEARNED THE DISTANCES BILLS FANS TRAVEL TO SHOW SUPPORT FOR THEIR TEAM.
Bills coach Rex Ryan is fuming over quarterback Tyrod Taylor’s flip in the end zone. It followed a quarterback draw at the 10 yard line in which Taylor flew over two defenders. Ryan is justifiably upset with his starter’s lapse. The last thing the Bills need is to lose Taylor to injury. They are already reeling from the loss of Ragland and Lawson. TYROD OWES IT TO HIS TEAMMATES AND FANS TO PLAY IT SAFE AND NOT TAKE UNNECESSARY CHANCES.
Injuries continue to plague the Bills rookie squad. Second-round draft pick Reggie Ragland went down Friday with ligament damage. The rookie linebacker will be sidelined for several weeks. The top draft pick, defensive end Shaq Lawson, is out following shoulder surgery. Head coach Rex Ryan is looking at free agent replacements. THE BILLS WILL HAVE TO RISE ABOVE THESE SETBACKS AND PULL TOGETHER TO MAKE THINGS WORK.
Rex and Rob Ryan are appearing in an ESPN promo for Ben Hur. They fit the bill, since the movie is about two feuding brothers. The Bills coaches are often at each other’s throats. Such sibling rivalry may energize the squad. Both are passionate on and off field. THE WARRING RYAN BROTHERS FIRE UP THE SQUAD, JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED.
Bills owner Terry Pegula is undecided on the future of Ralph Wilson Stadium. The aging facility is the 7th oldest stadium in the league. Fellow owners are pressing for a replacement. The reality is that with Pegula’s sagging fortune, he may not be able to fund a new venue. Such an arena would cost upwards of a billion dollars. Various investors have proposed a joint venture. Pegula should heed their urgings and come to the table. A showcase covered stadium on the downtown waterfront would get this region moving again. COME ON TERRY, DO THE RIGHT THING!
2016 is the make or break season for Rex Ryan. The Bills head coach is entering the second year of his 5 year, $27.5 million contract. Fans demand a playoff contender, especially after Ryan’s gaffe guarantee last season of a playoff berth. Owner Terry Pegula is likely to stay with Ryan come what may this fall. Pegula is thought to be struggling financially given the collapse of natural gas prices. His remaining fracking leases are likely underwater. Ryan has a record of landing on his feet, and Pegula is too occupied with business problems to give him the boot. RYAN OWES BILLS FANS A WINNING SEASON, AND THE HONEYMOON IS OVER.