Buffalo Bills: Roster Moves Week 9

With 8 games to go, the Bills make a hand full of moves to their roster.  Unfortunately, none were the to the Quarterback or Coaching positions.  The Bills moved Terrance McGee and Erik Pears to the Injured Reserve.  John Potter was released from the team this week.  He has been inactive for the past two games.  The Bills looked to him to help out on the kickoff coverage, but the coaching staff stated that he was not as successful in that department with only creating touchbacks on 13 of his 26 kickoffs.  He has been inactive for the past two weeks before the release.  Marcus Easley was moved from the practice squad to the 53 man roster and added Chris Hogan to the practice squad to take his place.  With McGee on the IR this only leaves the Bills with 4 starting corners.  This does not include Williams as he is out for 2-3 weeks with a knee injury.  The Bills only have 7 offensive linemen on the roster as well.  These next couple of days will be one to pay attention to and see what the Bills decide to do with the depth issues.  They also have questions that need to be answered at the QB spot.  Ralph Wilson made it known that he is not happy with the teams current situation in the win loos column, which basically stats to me that Chan Gailey is now on his last leg and needs to make a major improvement to even have a hope of keeping his job.  For 12 years we as Bills fans have seen coaches come and go with little to show every three years.  A Change needs to be made and it needs to be drastic.

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