Originally posted on Billboard  |  Last updated 2/23/12
Bills coach Chan Gailey talked about his team's obvious need to improve the pass rush during an interview with The News at the NFL Scouting Combine today. Asked to assess the pass rush, Gailey said: "Lacking. There’s no other way to say it. If you take away one game, we had not a very good year of rushing the passer, and that’s probably saying it the nicest way I can say it. We have got to be able to get more pressure on the passer." Gailey acknowledged providing new defensive coordinator Dave Wannstedt with more pass-rush talent - either in free agency or the draft or both - is a priority. The Bills ranked 27th in sacks per pass attempt in 2011. But take away the 10 sacks they had against Washington and they would have ranked last. "I go back to what Dave said, we’ve got to get better winning one on ones," Gailey said. "That’s going to create better pass rush (rather) than some fancy scheme that comes out of nowhere. There’s only certain ways to rush the passer. If somebody can ...
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