2008 Breakdown and Grades

billsdaily.com does a great job of breaking the season down at: http://www.billsdaily.com/gameday/

Here are some highlights and records:

2008 Buffalo Bills
Record: (7-9) Division: (0-6)
vs AFC: (5-7) vs NFC: (2-2)
Home: (3-5) Road: (4-4)
Place: last
Team Rankings: Final
Total Offense: 25th
Passing: 22nd
Rushing: 14th
Total Defense: 14th
Passing: 13th
Rushing: 22nd

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Player Of The Week
Fred Jackson – Showed lots of heart and never stopped his legs from turning. The pressure was on him in this game and he performed well gaining 100 yards before halftime.

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Post Season Awards
Player Of The Year
Marshawn Lynch – The closest thing this team has to a superstar.

Offensive MVP
Josh Reed – When he was injured, the offense could do nothing. He was Edwards safety option and was used often.

Defensive MVP
Terrence McGee – He is a lockdown corner and was the most consistent player on the team.

Special Teams MVP
Leodis McKelvin – Broke the club record for kickoff return yards.

Rookie Of The Year
Leodis McKelvin – Electric returner and developed into decent corner.

Unsung Hero
Fred Jackson -Don’t know how unsung he is but may be the best backup RB in the league.

The Bills are now…
1-8 in 2008 against 3-4 defenses.
17-49 against team’s with a winning record since 2000.
7-2 when Trent Edwards throws for 200 yards.
17-25 against the AFC East since the realignment in 2002.
12-11 when Trent Edwards starts at QB.
10-0 when Trent Edwards has a QB rating above 80.
7-13 when they have a punt return TD.
10-4 when Marshawn Lynch scores a TD.
5-3 in their history in games where there are no turnovers.
13-5 under Dick Jauron when they lead at halftime.
12-5 under Dick Jauron when they hold an opponent to under 300 yards.
15-10 under Dick Jauron when they gain more than 275 yards offensively.
14-8 under Dick Jauron when they won the time of possession.
12-4 under Dick Jauron when they score 22 or more points.
21-27 under Dick Jauron.
10-6 under Dick Jauron when they allow less than 100 yards rushing.
10-23 when J.P. Losman starts at QB.
17-8 when Lee Evans scores a TD.
5-0 when each team has a 140+ yard rusher.
13-3 when Terrence McGee has an interception.
24-48 on the road since 2000.
40-25 when the QB throws for over 300 yards.
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