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How did the Buffalo Bills wind up 6-10? At the midway point of 2011 they were 5-2. They would only win one more game, and lose seven in a row. Not good at all. This one perplexes me a bit, as we have seen some questionable decisions be made by the management but they seem to have talent. Why it never all comes together for them who can say? Of course I can try to say, but that is just what I think based on the facts I have before me. I think the move back to a 4-3 defense will do wonders for this team as they never had the right personnel to efficiently run the 3-4. Of course they ran a lot of four man fronts late in the season to little effect. Maybe the numbers will give us some insight as to what is going on with the Bills.
The offense scored372 points or 23.2 points per game. However, they were pretty middle of the road in all of the key statistical categories. However, they were second worst in terms on interceptions and that is not a good stat. He makes me wonder if they have...
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Bills DL Marcell Dareus will be featured in the ESPN series ‘Hey Rookie’ tonight (Monday) on ESPN2.
Dareus along with other members of the 2011 NFL draft class will be profiled in the program as film crews followed several of the rookies around during parts of their first NFL season. The program airs at 11 pm ET on ESPN2.
Bills QBs coach David Lee was largely credited with introducing the Wildcat scheme to the NFL back in 2008 when he was quarterbacks coach with the Miami Dolphins. Now with the Bills, Lee sees an even more dangerous ball handling weapon in Brad Smith than he ever had in Miami.
“I’m really glad he’s here,” said Lee of Smith. ”I think the biggest thing is in Miami we ran...
– The Buffalo Bills yesterday announced that Joe Frandina has returned to the club as Director – Construction Management. Frandina previously served 15 years with the Bills, most recently as Vice President of Stadium Operations, before retiring following the 2010 season. Frandina will be responsible for overseeing and managing all aspects of the team’s long...
His career cut short by injury probably isn’t long enough to merit more consideration for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but Alex Hickey make a good case for Bills Wall of Famer Tom Sestak, arguably the best defensive tackle the franchise has ever seen.
If you consider yourself a true Bills fan, but were too young to remember Sestak I encourage you to read this piece from the American...
---The Bills announced the additions of Andrew Dees and Eric Thatcher to the team’s coaching staff. Dees has been named the assistant offensive line coach and Thatcher will serve as the defensive quality control coach.
The Bills also announced Bob Bicknell will coach wide receivers after coaching tight ends the previous two seasons. Adrian White will serve as the assistant...
When the Bills promoted Dave Wannstedt to defensive coordinator, it was expected that they would go to a 4-3 look next season. Head coach Chan Gailey confirmed that move on Monday, although it shouldn’t be too difficult a switch for the team to make. They played a lot of four-man fronts in the second half…
Bills WR Stevie Johnson, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent come mid-March without a new contract agreement with Buffalo, appeared on a Sacramento radio station late last week and said he will not be doing touchdown celebrations moving forward.
Appearing on 1140 SportsRadio the FAN in Sacramento, Johnson said the TD displays are behind him now.
“Honestly there are...
Brad Smith took the time to break down the Super Bowl XLVI matchup on Buffalobills.com, but was reluctant to pick a winner. Stevie Johnson on the other hand is going with the NFC.
“Honestly both teams are good,” Johnson told 1140 The Fan in Sacramento. ”Both defenses are good to me. As a choice I’m going to go with the Giants. It’s tough because I grew up a 49ers fan...
The Buffalo Bills
reshaped their coaching staff Monday by adding Andrew Dees and Eric Thatcher,
and reassigning Bob Bicknell, Bob Sanders and Adrian White.
---On the day the Bills announced hirings and reshuffling on their coaching staff, the Miami Dolphins announced the hirng of one-time Bills DC George Edwards as their linebackers coach.
Edwards rejoins the Dolphins after spending the past two years in Buffalo where he was fired by coach Chan Gailey after last season. He coached linebackers for the Dolphins from 2005-09.