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Santa will be dropping off coal in western New York.
If you’ve read my previous work, you know how I feel about the Buffalo Bills brain trust (or lack thereof).
Chan Gailey isn’t a good head coach. His failure was one of the easiest predictions I’ve ever made.
The offense has regressed this season under Gailey’s watch, and he hasn’t been able to fix the team’s porous defense. Dave Wannstedt has proved to be an awful hire as defensive coordinator, as the Bills are giving up a staggering 28.7 points per game.
Gailey’s in-game management is spotty at best, and his refusal to run the ball with C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson has been comical at times.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is a turnover machine masquerading as a franchise quarterback. He’s not a quality starter in the NFL.
General manager Buddy Nix, who paid Fitzpatrick like a franchise quarterback just over a year ago, can’t stop talking to the press about drafting one in 2013. Of course, this is one of the weakest quarterback draft classes in recent memory, but you can’t expect a guy who was admittedly asleep at the start of free agency in 2010 to know that.
My holiday wish for Bills fans? A clean sweep of head coach, general manager and quarterback come Black Monday.
Merry Christmas, Buffalo!