Chan Gailey said a couple of days ago that the Bills need to control Andrew Luck, as he looks like more of a second year quarterback than that of a first game rookie. Andrew Luck has been a solid quarterback. The Bills need to control him and keep him in the pocket. This past week the Colts lost to the Patriots. If you watched the game the Patriots handed the Bills silver-plated information on how to beat the Colts and stop Andrew Luck. Keep Luck in the pocket, YES. More importantly though, the Bills need to be able to force the Colts into a one-dimensional team. I have said this in the past and have criticized the Bills for not making teams one-dimensional as well as the Bills being too one-dimensional on losses. For the Bills to stop the Colts they need to stop the running game of the Colts, which will in turn take away the play-action, which are two things that the Colts rely on to win their games. Keeping the Colts in a passing mode and keeping Luck in the Pocket will greatly increase the chances the Bills will win as well as provide ample opportunity for the defensive line to create the mayhem they need to keep Luck under pressure and to force the much needed turnovers.