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PLAYERS: Chan Gailey
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
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It's one thing to throw on the towel; for Chan Gailey, he might want to wait until the bell rings. After losing to go 5-8, Gailey said on Monday morning: “The playoffs are out of the picture for us now,” Gailey said in his post-game press conference. If the Bills win their last 3 games and get help from around the AFC, they still have a shot at the sixth seed with an 8-8 record.

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