The 2012 season was a perfect snapshot of what the last 13 years have been for the Buffalo Bills and their fans. Pomp and circumstance surrounded the team after a flurry of high-profile moves in free agency, combined with what looked to be a solid draft by then-GM Buddy Nix.
Chemistry on offense looked to be average at best with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick pressing to live up to the mistake of a contract he was signed to during the 2011 season. The preseason-darling defense was even worse under a conservative defensive coordinator, Dave Wannstedt, and an even more stubborn head coach, Chan Gailey.
Despite a 6-10 record and another fourth-place finish in the AFC East, several Bills' players put up career stats to put the team in the position to win even more games.
Reflecting on last year's performances—both statistically and analytically—which Bills have the best chance at producing to or over their 2012 clip and who is going to see his numbers dip?