“The people here [in Buffalo] have stuck by their teams,” [Rob] Ray said. “This is a hard-working, blue-collar town, and it would be great to finally give them a championship.”
BillsBeat - June 17, 1999
“The Bills may be the most complete team in the NFL…” vs. “The Dolphins will run the ball.” Yet, Miami & the Jets are picked higher. Looks like the reporters are again whetting their appetite for a heaping serving of crow!
Says BillsBeat contributor Rose-So. Ca. Bills Backers: “”Anguish over four Super Bowl losses leaves Buffalo wary of hockey fever.” A Stanley Cup Championship won’t erase the Super Bowl losses, but would bring a small taste of sweet revenge for underdog Buffalo vs. the evil Dallas Stars.”
What a great guy. True class.
“Hobert, a journeyman who was with Oakland and Buffalo, was cut by the Bills when he admitted after a loss that he hadn’t studied the playbook. He was headed home when the Saints decided maybe he could help them.”
Listen to old songs, buy classic merchandise, relive your youth!
“In Bicknell’s 40 years of coaching, Phillips is the greatest pure football player he has had aside from Doug Flutie.”
The second half of the article is a commentary comparing Doug
Flutie and Eric Moulds (like there is any comparison!)
“A year ago, a committee of influential Buffalo businessmen teamed up to help keep the Buffalo Bills in Western New York. Recognizing the economic benefits and that much work remains, Business Backs the Bills will become a permanent committee which will expand to include representation from cities throughout the region.”