Found January 15, 2013 on Queen City Sports:
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
With the 2012 Buffalo Bills’ season over, Queen City Sports will be performing a comprehensive review of all of the positions on the team. These evaluations will include key stats, grades, and thoughts on how players performed and the outlook of the position going into 2013. The third installment will be reviewing the linebacker position. [...]The post Buffalo Bills 2012 Position Review: Linebacker appeared first on Queen City Sports.
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