A Nightmare On One Bills Drive

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A while back I touched on how stupid it would be on behalf of the entire Buffalo Bills organization to allow Steve Johnson to walk away. Well here it is I find myself having the same converstion with you the reader(s) about an equally (if not more) important (key) player in the Bills quest to return to the post season. I think that even the great Stevie Wonder can see the importance of the Bills giving Jackson a contract extension. How anybody can fix their mouth to say different is beyond me, Jackson’s body of work speaks for itself as far as statistics goes but his value to this team far exceeds that. Taking Fred Jackson away from this offense is like (in my opinion) taking Ray Lewis away from the Baltimore Ravens defense. Before anyone jumps to conclusions I’m not comparing the players themselves just the level of importance they both hold to their repective ball clubs. Let me further say that the Ravens are still a formidable defense without Lewis but when he’s on the field he raises the level of play of his entire team. That’s right I said the entire team! Jackson does this same exact thing for the Buffalo Bills, you notice a confidence in the air when he’s suited up on game day, players like him make you believe you always have a chance to win even when things look really bleek. With this being the case it should be rather easy to understand why I equate the potetional loss of Jackson with that of a nightmare hence the title “A Nightmare On One Bills Drive”.

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