Somebody should be asking Buffalo Bills coach Dick Jauron, "It's Monday morning. Do you know where your offense is?" Soon they may be asking him, "What do you believe led to your firing as Bills head coach?" I've never saw an offense so putrid for so long in an NFL season that I could remember. What's more disappointing about it is the Bills defense is actually playing well despite key injuries. Houston was held to just six points at the half of Sunday's game, and the Bills held a 10-6 advantage. That was short-lived as Matt Schaub and second-string RB Ryan Moats, a cast away from Philadelphia who was only playing on the strength of Steve Slaton's fumble issues, went up and down the field scoring 25 points in the second half. How many points did Buffalo score in the second half: zero. With ...
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