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We’re going to let one standout quote steal the thunder of an otherwise outstanding piece in New York Magazine about Jon Bon Jovi’s quest to buy the Buffalo Bills — and Buffalo’s response, which is mainly “Fuck Jon Bon Jovi” — because it’s just that good.
No, Sammy Watkins didn’t down a fistful of mushrooms and then take the practice field — but this catch is still pretty cool.
This is four different kinds of wrong … and hilarious.
Rob Hopkins’ rail-surfing adventure at Ralph Wilson Stadium landed him in the unemployment line.
Buffalo rookie quarterback E.J. Manuel throws TD pass in final seconds to beat the Panthers 24-23, as the Bills’ Twitter account announces “Overtime, here we go!” This is true.
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Kevin Kolb may never play football again thanks to a concussion he suffered against the Redskins. E.J. Manuel is still out. Buffalo is dealing with serious QB issues. How will C.J. Spiller’s outlook be affected? Scott Engel and Adam Ronis have the insights.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlight at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: we take a look at a team that fits the definition of “Pretty Much Screwed” perfectly: The Buffalo Bills.
Bills defensive end Mario Williams is suing ex-fiance Erin Marzouki for more than $800,000, claiming that she’s a gold-digger who only hooked up with him for the gifts. One of those was a $785,000 diamond engagement ring. This is Judge Judy, and court is now in session.