The right moves


The Buffalo Bills today that they will not resign wide receivers Terrell Owens and Josh Reed, along with defensive end Ryan Denney.

The moves were simply the right thing to do.

Both Denney and Reed wore out their welcome a long time ago.

As for Owens he just simply drops the football too much.

Owens will find another starting job somewhere, but the other two will be lucky to find another team.

In the end boys don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

Good night and good luck.

A classy move


Buffalo Bills general manager Buddy Nix’s tenure with the team has yet to be defined.

The one thing that you can say for sure iabout him already is that he is a class act.

According to, the Bills have announced that it will not resign defensive end Ryan Denney and wide receivers Terrell Owens and Josh Reed.

Teams usually don’t say anything in regards to who they will or won’t sign.

In the end it is one move, but a move that says a lot about Nix.

Some times the best move is nothing


Many Buffalo Bills fans have the Bills taking a offensive tackle in April’s National Football League Draft.

However, sometimes the best move is nothing at all.

Many Buffaloians have been very critical of general manager Darcy Regier of making very few trades.

However, he stuck to his beliefs that they have drafted well and need to stick with the guys they got for its just a matter of time.

For that Regier has been rewarded by the Sabres having one of their best regular season since the departure Chris Drury and Danny Briere.

The same should apply to the Bills offensive line.

Yes, it was a rough year for the unit last year.

However, they were comprised of three rookie starters.

It is very rare that a rookie starter is a Pro Bowler right from the very first spot.

Just like any job it takes time to become good at something.

The reality is that the Bills have five capable starters in Demetrius Bell at left tackle Richie Incognito at left gaurd Geoff Hangartner at center with Eric Wood at right gaurd and Andy Levitre at right tackle.

The right move is to let them grow together as a unit, unless Oklahoma State tackle Russell Okung falls in their lap.

In the end hey you never know they could turn out to be good.