The Buffalo Bills must be stuck in groundhog day, they making the same mistake over and over again. The franchise hasn't had a notable quarterback since Jim Kelly, and worse, they refuse to go out a find one.
GM Buddy Nix said he wanted a young quarterback, but he goes out and signs Kevin Kolb, enough said. Kolb, one of the biggest free agent busts within the past five years, got $13 million for being abysmal in Arizona.
This ensures the Bill will draft a quarterback, but in a very weak year for quarterbacks, Buffalo have painted themselves into a corner again. According to ESPN's James Walker, the Bill are merely spinning their wheels. Walker writes:
'Buffalo agreed to a 2-year contract worth a maximum of $13 million with Kolb this weekend. The money isn't huge for the position, but it suggests Kolb is the favorite to be the Bills' starter in 2013.
Kolb is still trying to prove he can be a legitimate starting quarterback entering his seventh season. Kolb is 9-12 as a starter and is also playing on his third team in four years.
The Bills are merely spinning their wheels with this move. Kolb, 28, is not the quarterback of the future for Buffalo, and it's questionable if he can be a solid option for the present.'