Buffalo Bills Will Have to Earn Respect the Old-Fashioned Way in 2012

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Buffalo Bills Will Have to Earn Respect the Old-Fashioned Way in 2012

The Buffalo Bills are finding it difficult to win much national respect. While most football experts will concede that the Bills are going to be better, and have improved, they are not willing to concede anything yet to Buffalo. Instead, the experts act like they were all born in Missouri, the "Show Me State", where seeing is believing.

You might see some respected analysts giving the Bills credit for their positive offseason, but those tend to be too few and far between compared to the reality of how much the Bills have actually improved. Right after the 2012 NFL Draft had concluded, NFL Network aired their show Path to the Draft, and analyst Michael Lombardi said that the Bills had the best offseason of any NFL team and Lombardi also gave their draft an "A" grade.

He stands in the minority, as many people will tell you that the Bills will struggle to make the playoffs. So that brings us to our title. The Bills have to understand that the only way that they are going to earn more respect around the NFL is to roll up their sleeves and prove it to everybody.

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