Buffalo Bills' 3 Biggest Offseason Decisions

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Buffalo Bills' 3 Biggest Offseason Decisions
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Chan Gailey struts towards the tunnel at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, head down and mind wandering, knowing full well that the onus will fall on him for another season of failed expectations.  

Fans of the Buffalo Bills are long accustomed to the mind-defying losses that have piled up in 13 straight playoff-less seasons. The numbness of those losses is never more present as they are now with a usually raucous Ralph Wilson Stadium failing to sell out over the final weeks. 

Sunday's finale against the New York Jets is a humorous, but fitting end to the 2012 season for both teams.

Not only will the stadium be at half capacity on the final Sunday of the year, but the game will also be blacked out in local television markets. A result that may have been on the Santa lists for fans of both teams.

Major decisions loom for a Bills franchise that is losing support by the truckload, even with the team agreeing to a 10-year lease agreement with Erie County to keep the team in the area. Coaching and personnel decisions will be top priorities once again in what has been a repeated formula every two or three seasons. 

Three tough decisions will fall at the feet of the Bills' brass this offseason and they can not afford to make the wrong choice again. 

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