Found December 05, 2011 on Inside the Bills:
PLAYERS: Chan Gailey
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
The 2011 Bills to this point have won one more game than the 2010 Bills with four games to play. A five-game losing streak doesn’t make one feel all that great, but head coach Chan Gailey remains resolute in his belief that this year’s squad is superior to that of last year. “I think we’re a better football team than we were last year,” he said. ”I think we are. I think that we have a lot of bright spots, but it’s hard to see them because we’re not winning.” Most of Gailey’s players would presumably agree. The offense has been productive for most of the season and the defense added a lot of talent albeit inexperienced. The postseason may not be in the cards this year, but Gailey and his staff still feel the team is pointed toward progress.

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One more year, Chan.What if?It’s a question that’s probably not a healthy one to ask when thinking about the past. You can drive yourself insane thinking, “If I had just done this differently, everything would have been better!”Sadly, it’s hard to not to play that game. You’ll always wonder what could have been.Such is the case with the 2011 Buffalo Bills. It was a season...

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Bell will see LT snaps Sunday

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No practice for Chandler

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Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey is not optimistic either tight end Scott Chandler or rookie cornerback Aaron Williams will play at San Diego this weekend.
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