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Bills Should Say No To “Flo”

  • Posted on April 2, 2010 at 1:20 pm

In a town as rabid about their football team as the Buffalo Bills, there is bound to be debate amongst fans when any notable football player hits the open market.  That will likely be the case in the coming days after the Dallas Cowboys released former Pro Bowl offensive tackle Flozell Adams on Friday.

The fit only seems natural.  Adams is a five-time Pro Bowler and a household name league-wide, and it doesn’t take an expert to realize Buffalo is in dire need of talent at left tackle.

Having said that, there’s no way the Bills should pursue him.

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Tavares named Player of the Month

  • Posted on April 2, 2010 at 11:58 am

buffalo bandits The National Lacrosse League today announced Buffalo Bandits forward John Tavares has been named Player of the Month for March.

Tavares playing in his first full month of the season, recorded 18 pts (8G, 10A) over four games as the Bandits went 4-0 in the month of March; with wins against East Division rivals Orlando, Toronto, Boston and Rochester. Tavares scored the game-winning overtime goal in back-to-back games March 12 at Toronto and March 13 at Boston. With the help of Tavares in the lineup, the Bandits concluded the month of March going 4-0. They moved from 2-6 to 6-6 for the season, and are now tied for 2nd place in the Eastern Division.

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On intangibles at the quarterback position

  • Posted on April 2, 2010 at 11:36 am

Evaluating a quarterback prospect is perhaps the single most difficult job for NFL personnel men to accurately complete. For every home run evaluation like a Peyton Manning, there’s a horrifying whiff along the lines of Ryan Leaf. Tens of millions of dollars are invested into unproven commodities at football’s most important position, and if you miss on a franchise quarterback at the top of the draft, the financial ramifications added to the poor production are likely to keep your team in the basement for the foreseeable future.

It’s no wonder that NFL teams put an abundance of resources into checking every minute fact about quarterback prospects. The Buffalo Bills aren’t any different this year, taking up close and personal looks at several prospects, leaving no stone unturned.

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Sabres finally lose to Leafs, Ottawa wins in shootout

  • Posted on April 2, 2010 at 12:17 am

Buffalo SabresThe Buffalo Sabres played the tail end of back-to-back games for the 17th time this season.  The way they looked against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday night, they’re relieved that portion of the schedule is over with.

Effort wasn’t a question but execution and fatigue certainly were.  The Sabres were sloppy with the puck, missed golden opportunities to score and took far too many undisciplined penalties, six to be exact.  Combine all three and the 4-2 defeat at the Air Canada Centre should come as no surprise.

Dropping a contest to the Leafs however, who the Sabres had beaten 10 straight times, is borderline shocking.

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