The Good, The Bad, and The Hound

by Kevin Sylvester, Buffalo Sports Page


Fullback Dive. I thought it was effective with Tolbert gaining some tough yardage, keeping the Broncos defense honest. It helped set up the rollouts that were effective in the passing game.

Tre’Davious White’s 2nd half. A great bounce back half of football for the rookie capped of with an interception.

E.J. Gaines. While I still think Sammy Watkins would help this offense (weird to say after a very nice performance), he proved to be good return against the Broncos.

Clock management. Admit that your were screaming for the Bills to call a timeout on the dump pass to McCoy with @35 seconds to play in the first half. But McDermott got it right waiting for the next play for the timeout. It worked as the drive resulted in a field goal.

Aaron Rodgers commercial. The commercial with Rodgers and the dog in his truck was excellent fun.

Winning. No explanation necessary.


Taylor to Zay Jones. These two can’t get seem to get it together. Drop passes and overthrows are the not the recipe for success.

What’s a catch? There were two plays in the first half that appeared to be catches to me. The Tolbert non catch in the flat at the goal line looked incomplete, but review made it look like a catch. The Sanders catch that was overturned on the Bills challenge sure looked like a catch. Meh?

The Hound

Tre’davious White 1st half. Tough 30 minutes covering horses for the rookie.

Denver helmets. I never liked the new logo. Bring back the Super Bowl losing classic Broncos logo.

Personal Fouls. They are like bad pennies for Jerry Hughes, they just seem to follow him around. But the really gross one was the call on Von Miller for the fake help up of Taylor. They were both laughing about it. It looked like a funny moment.

My Prediction. I picked the Broncos 17-14.

Kevin Sylvester

Kevin Sylvester has over 20 years of experience in media, working for stations, professional sports teams, leagues, and national broadcast entities. This experience includes being an announcer for NHL, NBA, NCAA Football, NCAA Basketball, NCAA Hockey, and The PGA Tour. Kevin also served as the producer for the Buffalo Sabres post-game show, executive producer for a Sabres radio show, and started his own media production company, All Square Media LLC in 2008. All Square Media serves as the executive producer of the Tee 2 Green TV and Radio shows (created by Kevin), handling distribution, sponsorship sales, fulfillment, and production of the shows.

Kevin's business background extends beyond broadcasting. He served as the Director of Amateur Athletics for WNY Arena LLC (Key Bank Center in Buffalo), procuring major amateur sporting events for Buffalo, NY. The major highlights include two sold out NCAA Tournaments First and Second Rounds (2007, 2010), and the 2011 IIHF U20 World Championships (Kevin co-wrote the winning bid, and served on the organizing committee for USA Hockey). Kevin created The Duster Challenge in 2016, a local 18 hole putting competition, and serves as an advisor to WNY golf ball company, OnCore Golf.

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