The Buffalo Bills have a lot of corrections to make to move on from a terrible Week 1 outing. That and more in today’s Morning Charge.
Let’s all take a deep breath together. Now let it out with a loud scream.
Buffalo Bills fans were subjected to a terrible display of football on Sunday. Now all everyone can do is move on to Week 2.
The plan to sit Josh Allen lasted just over two quarters after Nathan Peterman failed to make it to the final whistle for the third time in three starts.
The defense completely crumbled and couldn’t stop Joe Flacco and the Baltimore offense. For those blaming the rain, the Ravens had to play in the same weather.
The running game couldn’t get going and I could go on with every position group. It was not fun to watch and there isn’t much of anything to build upon after this one. The only thing would be the players not wanting to feel this way again.
The focus is now on the home opener against the Los Angeles Chargers and fans want to know who will start at quarterback. But the problems surrounding the team span more than just that one position.
A look at that and more in this Monday edition of The Morning Charge.
Buffalo Bills News:
Finding words to describe the painful loss in Baltimore (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
Our recap of the game in Baltimore. It was hard to use a lot of statistical analysis as the numbers were just too bad.
Handing job to Josh Allen not likely to solve Bills’ problems (ESPN.com, Mike Rodak)
The problems for this team run much deeper than quarterback. But that still doesn’t mean Peterman should be the starter for much longer.
Baltimore blows out Buffalo Bills: 3 reasons to be encouraged, 7 reasons to worry (NYup.com, Ryan Talbot)
Taking a look at the good and the (mostly) bad from the loss. The good news is that a blowout loss counts the same as any other loss.
What can we even learn from a Week 1 blowout? (Buffalo Rumblings, Brian Galliford)
And finally today, trying to find any sense of clarity heading into Week 2. Can Peterman actually be the starter once again?