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Looking Back: Bills/Titans Offensive Report Card

The Bills were just edged by the Titans 35-34 this past Sunday.  To be quite honest, the Bills offense did not play all that badly.  With help from the special teams, they were able to put up 34 points.  Any time you put up 34 points the averages state that you should win the game, unless you are the Bills. So throwing out all averages and going by the seat of our pants, the Bills are winning the game with 2:57 seconds left on the clock and good old Fitzpatrick throws a costly interception and the Titans march down the field and score to go up 35-34.  With less than a minute left, Fitzpatrick throws to Jackson short of the first down.  The next play he throws to Chandler again short of the first down.  It is Third down and Fitzpatrick misses his next target and on the final fourth down basically throws the ball away in the direction of Stevie Johnson.  The ball was not even catch-able as far as I am concerned.  So should the Bills be concerned?  I think so!  Fitzpatrick signs a big contract last year and it has been downhill since.  A reevaluation needs to take part and it needs to get serious.  The inconsistencies on both offense and defense are killing the Bills and major changes need to be made.  Overall the Offense did not play that bad of a game.  By midway through the 23rd quarter they had 3 plays of over 20+ yards.  The WR were catching the ball and both Jackson and Spiller were on a tear with the ground game.  This coming with a beat-up O-Line with Chad Rinehart now out indefinitely with an ankle injury.  Overall for the offense I give them a B-.  Fitz gets a D+ for his decision making in the latter part of the game.

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