In our end of season series, our writers will be looking at each franchise as they are eliminated from the playoff picture, and looking at three reasons for optimism heading into 2016. Here, Lead NFL Writer Andrew Symes looks at the future for the Buffalo Bills following an inconsistent 2015.
With his future in Cleveland now decided, a Mike Pettine return to Buffalo would make sense for both parties, writes Oliver Connolly.
What is looking to be a light free-agent class – due to the number of players who will eventually be tagged – just got a little thicker and more talented.
ProFootballTalk is reporting that the Bills have already decided to part ways with Mario Williams following Sunday’s season ending game with the Jets.
Andrew Symes’ weekly column looks at the firing of Chip Kelly, the playoff fate of the Steelers and much more.
A week filled with intrigue and controversy. From that report about Peyton Manning, to the Panthers finally falling, the possibility of Drew Brees’ last home game in New Orleans, the Jets toppling the Patriots, the release of the film ‘Concussion’ and another embarrassing display from the Packers offense. All that and more is covered in this week’s Read-Optional.
Ollie and Andrew Symes discuss the brawl in the Meadowlands, the ascension of the Chiefs, Russell Wilson’s incredible five-week stretch, outstanding start to his career and discuss the fallout of franchises moving this offseason.
With fourteen games in the books, Oliver Connolly compares his draft night team/player evaluations to the first fourteen weeks of tape.