It must be tough to be Bruce DeHaven this season.
After a brilliant stint running the Buffalo Bills special teams under Marv Levy during the Super Bowl era of the late 80s and early 90s, Bruce was brought back to Buffalo in 2010 to once again take the coaching reins of the special teams.
Now, he man who was responsible for the coaching of standouts like Mark Pike and Steve Tasker during those championship runs has a cup that is just runnething over in 2012, fielding a unit that looks strong in almost all areas.
First, there’s Rian Lindell and Brian Moorman, both of who seem to have found that elusive fountain of youth that keeps players producing well past their primes and are entering their 10th season as the kicking duo in Buffalo. In training camp thus far, both of the veteran kickers are outperforming their rookie couterparts and proving that youth and potential aren’t necessarily better than a veteran leg.
The recently re-signed Lindell (four more years at $11 million) has been...