Originally posted on Buffalo Wins  |  Last updated 10/7/12

Before today's kickoff, I was watching a few games and became sad when I became envious of Brandon Weeden. You see, he had just completed a pretty bomb for a touchdown and I had pretty much forgotten what it was like to see the deep ball. What made it sadder was that I was envious of a QB who was starting on a team with an 0-5 record.

How about the Colts? They aren't very good, but they clawed their way back to beat a hell of a great team in Green Bay. What stuck out was how great Andrew Luck played. You see teams like the Redskins and RGIII. Young promise. Guys you feel are going to be here for the next 10 years. Those are silver linings. Not f#cken Fitzpatrick throwing for 12 touchdowns or "It is only four games" crap. Are there any players on this team you are worried about if you are the opponent? I got nothing.

45-3.

45-3!!!!!

621 yards in total offense!

Look, I knew we were going to lose. But 621 yards?? Alex Smith is not that fricken good. He hasn't had 300 yard game since 2010. Before this year, there was a debate about taking Fitz over Smith. Um, yeah. We can stop that. We made Alex look like Joe Montana. He was amazing in the 1st half. We couldn't get pressure. We had receivers running after the catch as if it were Jerry Rice and John Taylor.

Like last week, the Bills always seem to push the envelop when it comes to losing badly. We are thriving to be bad. I'm so over this. I'm over spending 30 bucks on a sandwich and 2 beers at the bar. For now on, I'm watching the damn games on an illegal feed. I'm not giving these bastards anymore money until I actually see a return on my investment. I'm 2 million down it feels like, so, this will take a while.

The most surreal/impasse moment came towards the end of the 1st half. The Bills just got a huge turnover and I would have just assumed they would take a knee and take their asses to the locker room trailing by 7 points. I don't know what the timeout situation was, but I was begging them to get the **** off the field. They were getting killed and needed to regroup. Lone and behold, Scott Chandler catches a pass and fumbles. 49ers recover. Next play, TD. Game is pretty much over.

What made it so surreal was that I was arguing with people on Twitter about this. Some liked that we were trying to get points. Some were trying to make sense of the timeout situation and we had to get a first down because the 49ers would have used theirs. Some said it was the right call but Chandler can't fumble it. At about the 10th argumentative tweet, I just stopped caring. I stopped caring about winning the argument. What the hell is the point of arguing anymore? The Bills suck. Who cares at this point. It is like arguing at who started the nuclear war between Russia and America. Who cares! We are doomed!  At the end of the day, the Bills suck and we shouldn't argue anymore about why they suck. They just suck. Period.

----Let's start with the offense. Well, it is not the ribs or David Lee. Just blame Ryan Fitzpatrick. He is terrible. I'm so sick of repeating that sentence. Every week. Ryan Fitzpatrick stinks. I'm sick of coming up with terrible stats to support the argument. Well, without further ado, here is a stat: Fitz has thrown at least one interception in 12 of his last 17 games. The guy's confidence is shot. He can't even make the simple throws. Everything he touches turns to slime at this point. I can't even fricken list the bad throws anymore. They are all the fricken same. They go too long or they go too short. They go sideways or they go into the stands. They are just comical at this point. I think Fitz has lost his edge and confidence. He didn't make this many bad throws in 2010 and the start of 2011. Maybe we are taking more notice of them now because we pick on him so much and we manifest the errors, but in essence, I think Fitz is doing the same thing as us. He's cracked. He knows he sucks. He's lost and he's over thinking it.

---The Bills have given up over 1100 yards in two weeks. I don't think I have ever been this wrong about anything in the history of football. I thought this defense would be in the top 10. It wasn't some sort of stupid "Billieve" crap. I looked at the players. I looked at the Super Bowl champs and how their defense kicked Tom Brady's ass. I did my homework. How could I be this wrong? I know it has happened in the past, but I was certain this would be a top 10 defense. We have made Mark Sanchez and Alex Smith look like HOFs. The Bills have allowed 12 touchdowns via the pass. That's more than what they allowed last year through five games. They have allowed 176 points this season. They only allowed 120 points last year at this time. Again, I have never been so wrong about a defense.

---Since I've been so wrong about the defense, I'm blaming the coaching. George Edwards must be laughing his ass off. Yeah...Just get rid of him and promote the guy from the 90s. This defense was absolutely outcoached today. You don't just blame the players after allowing 97 points in two games. These individuals aren't that bad, right? I saw a bunch of passing lanes you could fly airplanes through. Huge gaping holes in the run defense. It is as if the defense is confused and has no answer. It is fricken tirefire. No adjustments. These guys were not ready to play today and I blame the coaching staff.

---I have a headache.

---Stevie Johnson has one 100-yard game in his last 27 games. Awesome sauce!

---The Bills scoring summary this year is about as odd as you can get: Outscored 41-7 in the first two and half quarters against the Jets. Then outscore the Jets/Chiefs/Browns/Pats 97-48 for next 11 quarters. Then they get outscored 90-10 in the last 5 quarters against the Pats/49ers. WTF!

---I'm just blabbering now.

---I guess you could chalk it up to injuries, but the Bills running game has fallen on hard times the last two weeks. Between Spiller and Jackson, the duo has rushed for 62 and 53 yards the last two weeks. For God sakes, the backup QB/WR or whatever the hell he's called (Brad Smith) lead the team in rushing today. The Bills offensive line that we were drooling about for the first three weeks, aren't opening up holes anymore. You can't be averaging 3 yards a carry over. They are especially having difficulty running to the outside. I know, injuries are a fact of life.  

---Why the hell can the 49ers make their wildcat version with Kapernick look so much better than ours? #becauseitsbuffalo

Final word: The saddest part in all of this is even if the Bills fired Wanny or Gailey, who the hell is going to want to come here? We went through this song and dance with the coach search from hell in 2009. It was hideous. Not sure if you guys remember, but we tried going after Jim Harbaugh and he flat out said no to us. Dude wouldn't even get on a plane to check out our Buffalo Wings. Why would anyone change their mind now? What has changed? Nothing. It has gotten worse. We are stuck with this and yes, we are ******.

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