Welcome to January, a month in which many other NFL fans enjoy with playoff football and meaningful Sundays. Bills fans are yet again graced with the pleasure of reading mock drafts and arguing over Mike Glennon, Matt Barkley and other draft prospects for their first round pick.
Over the course of the year I threw out quarterly awards for the team and I’m happy to bring the final set of awards for the Bills 2013 season.
MVP – CJ Spiller: This was an easy choice. Spiller was a dynamic home run threat each game and proved that is also capable of carrying the ball 25 times in a game when necessary. Spiller finished the year with 1,244 rushing yards (over 1,700 all purpose) on just 207 carries. That is 141 fewer than rushing champ Adrian Peterson and 51 fewer than the next closest back in the top ten (Frank Gore, 10th).
Defensive MVP – Jarius Byrd: This is a difficult choice. The Bills defense was historically bad once again. Outside of some strong individual efforts, the...