Dec 8, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (88) runs with the ball during the first quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills Circling the Wagons: Marquise Goodwin, Playoffs

Happy Tuesday Everyone! Here are today’s daily links for your Buffalo Bills.

Marquise Goodwin is more than a football player.  He is an Olympian as well.  He had the decision to make to whether or not he wanted to take the route of being an Olympian or to play professional football.  We obviously know that he chose the later, but how did he come to choose football of track? []

When it comes to winning the Super Bowl, the Bills are shooting for just that like every other team.  They have one thing standing in their way though.  The Bills need to make the playoffs first, something that they have not been able to do in 14 years, the longest standing playoff drought.  The Bills may have their eyes set on making the Super Bowl, but they are putting all their eggs in one basket for that coveted playoff birth first.  [Yahoo Sports]

Houston’s Sports Radio 610s Paul Gallant has been comparing the 2014 Houston Texans to the 2013 teams and how they finished last year as well as what they look like today.  It is a good comparison to take a look at and see just where the Bills might be headed.  He took on the Bills and Houston comparison and is not too far off.  [CBS Houston]

Joe Buscaglia, of WGR 550, is taking a look at the top 20 Buffalo Bills over the past couple of years based on a couple of factors.  Number 20 is here and it looks at TE Scott Chandler.  Take a look at what Joe says about Chandler and how he made it into the top 20.  [WGR 550]

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