Top Indications that the Bills are Now Being Viewed as a Good Football Team

by Jeff Wozer, Buffalo Sports Page Humorist

Sports comedian Jeff Wozer has found the top signs that the football world is now viewing the Bills as a good team.

  • Despite no hair Sean McDermott is considering lucrative endorsement offer from Head & Shoulders.
  • CBS announced it’s no longer considering rehiring Solomon Wilcots to cover Bills games.
  • The Big Tree Inn has removed “Free Firewood” sign from its wooden Bills statues.
  • For the first time in 11 years Russ Brandon dined locally without wearing a wig and sunglasses.
  • Realizing the Bills may actually be good, members of 10-man practice squad are now more focused on getting into games rather than pursuing plans of opening two 5 Guys restaurants.
  • Hallmark no longer carries its once popular “Sorry You’re a Bills Fan” cards.
  • ESPN announcers no longer make quotation marks when referring to the Bills as a football team.
  • Following the Bills win over Atlanta a Washington DC Supercuts extended its Sunday hours to cater to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer’s request to have stenciled into his beard “Terry Pegula Kicks Ass.”
  • LL Bean now selling Bills logoed three-season Concussion Protocol Tents.
  • MSG’s John Murphy Show now ranks number one with the coveted 18-49 hungover and out-of-work demographic.

If you can’t tell, Jeff Wozer has his funny bone attached to the Buffalo sports scene.  Read his other hilarious columns  here.

Jeff Wozer

Nationally touring stand-up comedian Jeff Wozer has performed with some of comedy’s biggest acts – Martin Short, John Oliver, Brian Reagan – and on some of comedy’s biggest stages – Red Rocks Amphitheater, the Las Vegas strip, Great American Comedy Festival.

His humor articles have appeared in more than 40 publications including ESPN’s, Rocky Mountain Sports and the Explorer Club’s Explorer’s Journal.

Prior to veering into comedy he worked as a sports and news director for WFAD in Middlebury, Vermont where he won an Associated Press award for hockey play-by-play. And he spent two years as the play-by-play voice for the Vail Avalanche junior hockey team in Vail, Colorado.

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