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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.
Apparently you can just call NFL front offices and speak with the General Manager as if it were a Red Lobster. Well, we now know you can with the teams in Buffalo and Tampa Bay, anyway. Two 20-somethings managed to get through to Bills GM Buddy Nix under the guise of being Buccaneer’s GM Mark Dominik, and then got them to actually speak to each other over a recorded conference call. Wow. Impressive. Audio of their convo after the jump.
I always have a hard time understanding fans of the same team getting into fights at games. Yeah, I guess all bets are off when there’s drinking involved, but shouldn’t the fact that you people are on the same side override everything else? As you’ll see after the jump, though: not always.
According to the man’s brother, the unidentified Bills fan was ejected for being intoxicated. When he went missing after the game, his brother alerted authorities. A helicopter-aided search ensued, and he was finally located by “pinging” his cell phone.
Pretty solid sports night we had there last night. Shame if anything happened to it – like you not watching any of it. Hey, I get it to some extent – Thursday night affords a lot of TV options. But look at what you had just in the sports world last night: an NFL game, a nationally televised NBA doubleheader, college football, and college hoops? A lot to digest, but I care, dammit, so let’s get to digestin’.