Chan Gailey has always been known for his offensive coaching mastery.
Last year, the Bills saw a drastic jump in many of their offensive numbers. In terms of yardage, they finished with the No. 14 ranked offense, a significant rise from ending 2010 ranked 25th.
However, Buffalo still hasn't sniffed playoff air since the winter of 2000, and Gailey's win-loss record with the Bills is a disheartening 10-22. What's more, Gailey is a disastrous 2-10 against divisional foes since being hired as the team's head coach prior to the 2010 campaign.
It's time for Gailey to win now.
The front office emptied the bank on defensive end Mario Williams in free agency and also acquired Mark Anderson from the New England Patriots, an edge-rusher with two 10-plus sack seasons on his resume.
Add in a newly minted Stevie Johnson and a slew of vital players returning from injury, and you'll see that Gailey has much to prove in 2012.