Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey was stumped last week when he was asked where his team’s secondary would be without rookie cornerback Stephon Gilmore. “I have no clue,” Gailey said. “I don’t know how to answer that question, to be honest with you.” One suggested answer: In a world of hurt. Gilmore has been a starter seemingly from the moment the Bills made him the 10th overall pick in April’s draft out of South Carolina. He’s played basically every meaningful snap of the season, 97 percent overall, and in recent weeks has been tasked with guarding the opposition’s No. 1 receiver...
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