Buffalo Bills Scrubs Stampede Indy Colts Scrubs

Posted: 4th January 2010 by Dan Van Wie in NFL
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For the past six years, the Buffalo Bills have ended their season with a loss. It is bad enough to miss the playoffs for ten straight years, but to end the year on a loss for six straight times to reinforce failure is overkill, or like throwing salt on an open wound. You know, kind of like kicking a dog when he is down. Perry Fewell determined that he didn't want to end the year that way, and it meant leaving unproved players like Brian Brohm and James Hardy on the sidelines as a result. His priority was to win, and let some other coach worry about experience and player development down the road. The Bills season came to an end Sunday with a 30-7 trouncing of the Indianapolis Colts in Orchard Park, N.Y. The first game of the new decade allowed the Bills to end their six game losing streak ...

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