Kim is a Rochester, NY native and West Virginia University Grad. She is the Producer of the "John DiTullio Show" weekdays from 3pm-6pm on Sports 1280 WHTK as well as a Bills reporter for WHAM1180.
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Dan is a Webster, NY native and SUNY Cortland Grad. He's been a member of the WHAM 1180 family since beginning as an intern in January 2009. Dan Produces the "John DiTullio Show" 3pm-6pm weekdays on Sports 1280 WHTK as well as the "Bob Matthews Show" 6pm-8 weekdays on WHAM 1180.
The Bills today announced that the team has released RB Tashard Choice. Through the first 12 games of the season, the 29 year old had been a third option behind top runners Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller. He rushed 35 times for 126 yards, while adding four catches for 10 yards.
Choice first joined the Bills during the 2011 season under then-head coach Chan Gailey, who had coached Choice at Georgia Tech. The Bills re-signed Choice to a one-year deal in March.
The Tampa Bay Tribune's Ira Kaufman joined the John DiTullio Show Tuesday to preview this Sunday's Bills vs Bucs match up in Tampa.
Hear what he had to say about rookie QB Mike Glennon's future with the franchise and where Greg Schiano stands with his locker room.
Toronto mayor and self admitted crack smoker Rob Ford attended the Bills game Sunday at the Rogers Centre wearing a Fred Jackson jersey and sent Twitter into a frenzy.
Say what you will about Bills fans, they like to party pic.twitter.com/eqXBlxnIQz— Buddy Nixon (@BuddyNixon) December 1, 2013
Rob Ford is wearing a Fred Jackson jersey. Or as the mayor calls him, Fred Crackson. #tooeasy— Robert Harding (@robertharding) December 1, 2013
I'm told Toronto mayor Rob Ford is in the house. You'll know if you see an overweight fan running on field and getting chased by security.— Bucky Gleason (@TBNbucky) December 1, 2013
Canadian soldiers descend from the ceiling on ropes. Mild applause. They're probably here on a Rob Ford-related safety thing.— Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) December 1, 2013
After the Falcons-Bills game concludes in Toronto, mayor Rob Ford will attempt to sniff the goal line.— Faux John Madden (@FauxJohnMadden) December 2, 2013
Not only did Ford steal the show by showing up to the game, he apparently stole someone's seat. Singer Matt Mays...
Rob Ford is sitting in my seat at the Bills game. He stole my seat. I don't know what to do.— Matt Mays (@MattMays) December 1, 2013
I'm by myself. I gotta kick him out right? I mean I would kick anyone else out... Am I wrong?— Matt Mays (@MattMays) December 1, 2013
The mayor stole my f@#%ing seat man!!— Matt Mays (@MattMays) December 1, 2013
Got my seat back.— Matt Mays (@MattMays) December 1, 2013
You’ve heard football analysts’, writers’, insiders’ and bloggers’ takes on the Bills from week to week, but this is where we want to give YOU, the Bills Mafia, a chance for your voices to be heard. From your calls on Sports 1280 WHTK’s John DiTullio Show and WHAM 1180’s Bob Matthews Show to your interaction through social media, all opinions are welcome.
What should've been a home win for the Bills in week 13 of the NFL season, turned into a disaster of an away game. As usual, the Rogers Centre provided a dead atmosphere full of random NFL jerseys and lack of Buffalo spirit. Bills fans were quick to call out the lack of passion in the stands.
@Kimmyjohns the fact Toronto isn't working. Fox never showed the crowd during the whole show. Bills need to realize this needs to end.— sampson (@Thambone84) December 2, 2013
@Kimmyjohns no. someone needs to replace the Toronto fans with real buffalo fans. advantage bills.— Grantius Maximus (@gcore22) December 1, 2013
@Kimmyjohns Dire straits money for nothing comes to mind. Toronto $ = loss after loss. Stevie on his way out too. He's our Romo.— matt lafontaine (@mr_lafontaine) December 2, 2013
In most cases, it's easy to blame a close loss on rookie mistakes and plays. Sunday's game was not the case. Two huge drops by veterans Stevie Johnson and Scott Chandler took away what could have been game winning drives for their young QB EJ Manuel.
Despite the Bills Buffalo-ing all over themselves in the most Buffalo way possible, true fans still stay optimistic and looking towards the future...
Hear what callers on both 1280WHTK's John DiTullio Show and WHAM1180's Bob Matthews show had to say Monday following the heartbreaking loss:
Lead Journalist at BuffaloBills.com Chris Brown joined the John DiTullio Show Monday to recap Sunday's loss to the Falcons.
Hear what he had to say about Stevie Johnson's future with the Bills and why fans should start looking forward to this year's draft.
TORONTO (AP) _ Matt Bryant hit a 36-yard field goal 3 minutes into overtime to lift the Atlanta Falcons to a 34-31 win over the Bills in Buffalo's annual ``home'' game in Toronto on Sunday.
Falcons safety William Moore set up the decisive score in a back-and-fourth game by forcing a fumble on Buffalo's second play from scrimmage. He punched the ball out of the arms of Bills tight end Scott Chandler.
Cornerback Robert McClain also forced a fumble on the Bills' final possession of regulation, when he knocked the ball out of the hands of receiver Stevie Johnson at the Falcons 30 with 20 seconds remaining.
Steven Jackson scored twice, including the tying 1-yard plunge with 1:28 left for the Falcons (3-9), who snapped a five-game skid and won for the first time in six road games this season.
Fred Jackson scored twice for Buffalo (4-8).
Falcons: Matt Bryant 36 yard Field Goal. Drive: 5 plays, 30 yards in 2:16. Atlanta wins 34-31
It looked like the Bills were on the road to victory until a questionable pass interference call on Nickell Robey set up the Falcons at the 1 yard line for a game tying touchdown.
Bills rookie QB EJ Manuel looked poised to bring the team down the field for the game winning field goal until a fumble by Stevie Johnson ended their chances.
The Bills and Falcons go to overtime tied at 31.
Bills: CJ Spiller 36 yard run (Dan Carpenter kick is good) Drive: 3 plays, 87 yards in 1:03. Bills lead 31-24
Falcons: Steven Jackson 1 yard run (Matt Bryant kick is good) Drive: 11 plays, 65 yards in 2:58. Tied at 31