The big storyline from a Bills standpoint entering Sunday's game in Miami was how Fred Jackson and Marshawn Lynch would split carries. Presto! Wonderful idea for a piece that would be been filled with stats, analysis, and insightful opinion. After the game, that column would have missed the point. For those of you who would like to know, Marshawn Lynch had eight carries for four yards, but did have five catches for 43 yards. Fred Jackson fared much better, gaining 42 yards on nine carries, while catching three passes for 26 yards. What would I do with these two? I don't know, but being outrushed by 200 yards is embarrassingùthe last thing we need to worry about is which runner will receive more touches. I'm so sick of our backs combining for more catches than our receivers. Anyways, on ...
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