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Gailey should be happy with his victory, but he didn't do a good job in the red zone.
This game should have been a blowout.
Fans should have been changing the channels to watch It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The League or other popular shows.
Instead, Bills fans had to sweat it out late against a Dolphins team that was outplayed all game long.
Do the players deserve some of the blame for not scoring touchdowns? Absolutely, but the brunt of my anger is at Gailey for his play-calling and personnel moves.
Tashard Choice playing in many important third-down situations is simply inexcusable. Choice had no business being on the field in short-run situations. I don't care how big C.J. Spiller is; he's your star back so use him!
Choice also came up short in the passing game where he alligator-armed a pass thrown to him on third down. Hopefully, Thursday's game against the Dolphins is the last we see of Choice for more than one or two plays.
On third and short, why would you send C.J. Spiller out as a wide receiver and leave Fitzpatrick alone in the backfield? It basically told the Dolphins you planned on passing and sure enough, they stopped the Bills.
Last, if you want to get the ball to Scott Chandler, why on earth would you decide to throw a slant his way?
Reshad Jones, the Dolphins safety, who was covering Chandler is 6'1". Chandler is 6'7". Call a play where you throw it up and let Chandler use his height to his advantage.
I could go on, but I shouldn't be getting this worked up after a win.
Bottom line: if Gailey doesn't start calling better plays, he'll be looking for work sooner rather than later.