For Buffalo Bills Fans: Where to Go From Here?

Posted: 3rd November 2009 by Michael Licata in NFL
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There's one positive remaining about the Buffalo Bills' season. It's Jairus Byrd, the rookie free safety that's recorded two interceptions in three consecutive seasons for the first time since 1960. That's it. The offense is at it's lowest point in years, having a measly 18 first downs in two games. Yeah, they beat worse teams in Carolina andáthe New York Jets in consecutive games, but it was all for not. Dick Jauron is still an inept offensive coach; he plays not to lose, yet in the process makes poor decisions that change the direction of games, like a fake punt that lost yards. That decision didn't have that big effect on the game, because the Houston Texans were that much better than the Bills. All the Texans' offense had to do was weather three early turnovers and wear down an alread ...

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