Buffalo Bills: Our top stories from the month of October

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The Buffalo Bills have had an up and down month of October that has led to plenty of interesting storylines throughout the month.

The Buffalo Bills began the month of October with a victory over the Tennessee Titans.

Josh Allen was the starting quarterback way back then on October 7. Fast forward to now and the team has dropped three straight and have seen Derek Anderson start games for the team. Enter Matt Barkley and it is set to be a wild month of November.

But before we look ahead, I wanted to take one look back at our top stories from a wild month of October.

The continued insignificance of Zay Jones

Zay Jones has looked better as of late but he is still not looking like a player to build around. This piece breaks it down as we are in Year 2 of the Jones experience.

Bills make smart move by signing Derek Anderson

This article was written back at a simpler time when Anderson came to Buffalo to be a mentor to Josh Allen. Since then, he has started a few games in which the offense hasn’t scored a touchdown and has been injured in that span too.

Culture of bad decisions is becoming Buffalo’s identity

Let’s keep the positivity going with a look at some of the struggles facing the team. Stephen McCarthy does a great job of explaining his views in this piece.

Bills: 30 greatest players in franchise history

Let’s get historical! This great feature looks at the greatest players to ever wear a Bills uniform. Be sure to check it out to see if you agree with the rankings.

Bills make it official and sign Terrelle Pryor

And finally, a somewhat notable signing to end the month. Terrelle Pryor comes to town looking to provide any sort of spark to the wide receiving corps. The problem is that the spark may need to come from the quarterback position.