The Bills came away with a week 17 win against the Jets. Gailey got his first win against Rex Ryan and Stevie Johnson enter Bills history book with a 3rd 1000 yard season. The positives of the game is that it was a win and a good note to end on the season. The Bills played well for the most part and tok advantage of a struggling Jets team and did not let them get back into the game when Lindell missed a FG to go up 17-9. The defense played as they needed to and made Sanchez play the way we all know that he can, terrible.
As for tomorrow, the major questions are who will still be employed. Will it be Gailey, or Wannstedt, or Nix? Buffalo has a very good Asst GM right now, and don’t be surprised if Nix is one of the front office guys to go. Gailey went 16-32 over the past 3 years, not exactly a stellar record but one that does begin to question the ability of his coaching staff. He has, in a sense tried to put a square peg into a round hole with his coaching style and the talent he has around him. He has put together an offense built around a quarterback that is limited on his abilities and for that we see one of the best teams that can run a draw and a screen.
Wannstedt, for the most part seemed t be a disappointment this year, but the talent the Bills had on defense caused some concern. The signing of Mario Williams and Anderson was suppose to solidify the front line. WIth mediocre LBs though the Defense was forced to play zone and Wannstedt did not adjust when needed to. The front four did not stunt or get enough pressure the rest of the defense did not have the talent to play man coverage forcing a zone defense the entire year.
There were issues throughout the staff as well as the players this year. At this point I would say that no one is safe and really didn’t prove, except for Spiller and maybe a handful of others that they deserve to even stay at this point. There are a lot of decisions that have to be made and it all starts tomorrow.
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