Timothy T. Ludwig-US PRESSWIRE

Looking Back: Bills/Titans Report Card

We come into Monday disappointed again.  It is easy for us to be Monday Morning QB’s and point out the mistakes from week to week and the issues that have not been resolved.  It comes down to defense though.  The defense that showed up for last week’s game just was not the same defense that was out there this week.  Within the first 6 weeks the both the Bills and Titans had allowed an average of 32 and 34 points respectively a game.  Chris Johnson has not scored a TD in the past 11 games, and the Titans have not scored a opening drive TD in the past 13 drives.  All of this is wiped away.  Both Defenses gave up their respective averages in points.  The Bills allowed the Titans to break their deficiencies in regards to Chris Johnson and the opening drive, both on the first drive as well.  The tackling was not crisp as it should have been.  Most of Chris Johnsons yards (100+ and 2 TD) came up the middle.  Where was Kyle Williams and our first round draft pick Dareus.  There were many times while watching that game that I saw only 4 and in some cases 3 defenders rushing the QB.  Even Hasselbeck can pick a defense apart with the amount of time that he had.  I have said it before and will say it again, until Dave Wannstedt will send more than 3 and 4 guys and play a man defense with 5-6 rushing the QB the Bills defense will have absolutely no hope.  When the defense did rush 5 and 6 guys and actual play aggressively both in last week’s game and this week’s game, the Titans running game was almost obsolete and the passing game struggled as well.  Dave Wannstedt needs to really check himself and put in to place some major correction for both him and the defense.  I am not going to even break it down past the defense and the coach.  The defense get s a D- and Wannstedt gets a F.

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