So another game in the books and more information for the coaching staff to work off of. This was not the best game so far by a long shot, for the Buffalo Bills. The offense did not look up to speed in the beginning with Kolb and the Defense seemed to be be playing on a reaction level rather than making the offense react to them.
The Buffalo nickel award was tough today, CJ Spiller didn’t do to bad along with Jeff Tuel. Past these two there really wasn’t much to get excited about. Spiller came away with a little more than 40 yards and a TD. Tuel was somewhat consistent, but didn’t take long chances down the field. This week I think that Tuel and Spiller will share the award, as I will be sharing the wide-right award.
The Wide-Right award is one that goes to someone or a group that does not perform up to their level of play. This was like a rampant plague, there were a number of players that were not where they needed to be and the sad part was this was not the case for players that were on the bubble, this was starters. The defense did not look together but it can’t all be put on them because the offense was not able to stay on the field to give them a rest. The secondary looked like Swiss cheese and did not seem to be covering anyone during any passes. They looked like Dave Wannstedt was coaching them and they played a zone defense all day long. For this the secondary is getting the wide-right award this week.