Bills, To win or not to win


Dec 15, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone motions for his team to come to the sidelines in the fourth quarter of their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. The Buffalo Bills beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-20. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

Now that the Buffalo Bills have been officially eliminated from the playoffs for the 2013 season it is time to answer the age old question. Should the Bills tank the rest of the season to try and get a higher draft pick? There are two schools of thought on this topic. Winning out the season will give the team something to build on for the next season.. Especially when the final 2 games are against division opponents in Miami and New England. Winning these 2 games would also give the Bills their best record, 4 and 2, in divisional play in a long time It is said that to be a playoff team you first have to win in your division, so this record would certainly give the team something to point to next year.
The other school of thought is to. lose out the remainder of the season in the hope that the team is passed by a few other teams and therefore gets a better draft position and (hopefully) better players to begin the next season.
If you ask any of the players or coaches the only answer you will get to this question is that they play every game to win. They are professional athletes and this is the only answer I would ever want to here from someone on my team.
Thankfully we are just fans and therefore entitled to what ever opinion we want to have.
So here is my question to you all.
Do you want the Bills to win there remaining 2 games and beat 2 divisional rivals or do you want them to lose their next 2 games so that we get a better draft pick and hopefully better players in the draft.

Do you want the bills to win or lose their last two games?

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