The Bills' 4-3 Switch Makes It Official!!

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Sept 1, 2011; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills assistant coach Dave Wannstedt before a preseason game against the Detroit Lions at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-US PRESSWIRE

Okay people lets get right down to it. As you’ve all heard the Buffalo Bills will be running a 4-3 defense at the start of upcoming NFL season, with the understanding that this is a fact and not a possibility adding pass rushers should now more than ever be the off season point of emphasis. I don’t know if my psyche can handle it if we go into the 2012/2013 season with only our current crop of DE’s and expect to put pressure on opposing quaterbacks. Let me say this just for the record. I do like the potential of “Alex Carrington” as a 4-3 defensive end, even if not as a starter I think he’s a great option for depth at the very least and worth holding on to. I’ve always felt “Chris Kelsay” was best served as a 4-3 DE but in order for him to really excel he needs a legitimate pass rushing threat on the other side of the defensive line. He has been and I believe he’s still capable of being steady as a player under this type of circumstance and if the Bills are fortunate enough to
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