Good, Bad, and The Hound

by Kevin Sylvester, Buffalo Sports Page


LeSean McCoy TD run—It provided a glimmer of hope. Only a glimmer.

The Weather looked nice in L.A.

Hockey Fights Cancer —It continues to be a great initiative for the NHL and community to support those that are facing all forms of that horrible disease.

Chris Myers —I’ve long admired his work, and think it’s great Fox has given him his own booth. He’s earned it.

Tyrod Taylor— Not his play, but the example that he has set for kids that are paying attention. Taylor was pissed, but didn’t let that interfere with supporting his teammate Nathan Peterman. When called upon, he went out and played hard. Sports teach many things. While he’s not the greatest QB and will be gone after his season, he certainly is an example of what it’s like to be a good teammate, and how to handle things not going your way with class.


Kelvin Benjamin injury—Hope the news isn’t bad, but I’m not expecting it to be good. Would he have made a difference for the rookie? Who knows.

The Chargers Uniforms—They weren’t bad, but I still like the old school powder blue look. Think Dan Fouts era.

AFC on Fox — Can’t we keep it simple. AFC on CBS, NFC on Fox.

Regretting the Result—Sean McDermott offered that up when asked if he regretted the decision to start Peterman. He shouldn’t second guess himself. He doesn’t have time. But the result is tied directly to the decision, so he should have just stuck with NO.

The Sabres–Reality is starting to set in that this just may be a bad team, again. They’re on the same pace as “The Tank” season with 5 wins in the first 20 games.

The Hound

Pick 6 — It was right in DiMarco’s hands.

2nd pick— Peterman can’t just chuck it up like that.

Picks 3, 4, 5—Nathan Peterman had a historically bad half of football. It was ugly. Blame whomever you want, he gets to own it for the rest of his life.

Line of scrimmage—Both the offensive and defensive lines have been dominated three weeks in a row. Injuries and age may be taking their toll.

The Schedule — The Chiefs and Pats (twice) coming up.

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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