Saturday, January 21, 2006

Rumors Abound but Hope is Found

Surfing around the internet I have found many rumors concerning who will fill our vacant head coach position. The only reliable news I have found is the fact that the Buffalo Bills are interviewing Jim Caldwell, former assistant head coach of the Indianapolis Colts.

Saturday, January 14, 2006

Buffalo Bills Lose Mike Mularkey

The Buffalo Bills owner, Ralph Wilson, announced this week that Head Coach Mike Mularkey has decided to resign. He has only been with the Bills for two seasons and in that time the team did not make any significant improvements. I don’t feel very confident that Mularkey could have taken us to a winning season, so I am not very sorry to see him go. We haven’t made the playoffs in six years and have not seen a winning season in that many years. This is the longest the Bills have gone without a victorious regular season and their record for 2005 was 5-11. Let’s hope our next coach is a good one.

Saturday, January 07, 2006

Donahoe Jumps Ship – Mularkey to Captain

On Wednesday the Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson revealed that GM Tom Donahoe will be leaving Bills and Mike Mularkey will be taking the head coach position. A replacement for Donahoe will be announced at a later date. Donahoe expressed that he feels the Bills have made little progress in the past few years and so it was time for him to move on. The Bills are restructuring in hopes of turning this team into a winner. Many believe that these changes will make a big difference and that we will see the change immediately. I’m keeping my fingers crossed but won’t hold my breath.