Last nights game had many of us reeling for the majority of the contest. On the edge of my seat watching a rookie tight end score a touchdown, Fast Freddy Jackson cutting through lines of defenders like a hot knife through butter, and an 11 point lead to protect.
In typical fashion something went horribly wrong, our "game changer", Leodis McKelvin who failed to watch any player with decent non-selfish football instincts made a huge football mistake of not going to ground to take the opportunity for a ball strip away from a hungry Patriots special teams squad looking to change the game themselves.
We all know what happened next and have to use the word "Heartbreaking!" for the next few days until the Bills get a chance to go after another team to show us what they are made of.
Will the Bills build on this game? How will they react? Can they show a city on the brink of losing their minds some hope?
We may never know because our Coach seems to be a robot incapable of holding anyone or anything accountable. Imagine your boss and what he or she would say to you after losing a large sum of money, or forgetting to lock the door on your way out of the bank you work at?
How about some emotion? I understand that isn't your forte but still but I'm sure that "aw, shucks" may be your reaction when you are let go in a few weeks if you don't get better at breaking and bending on defense. It doesn't work for the fans, it never will. We bleed Bills football. We need something more that 7-9.
Bend but don't break? I saw both. It looked like the Buffalo Bills where a Play Dough Fun Factory and Tom Brady was the eager 5 year old child doing whatever he wanted. You wanna make spaghetti? Go ahead Tom! A tube, star shapes, inappropriate phallic shapes? Be my guest. Bending is breaking with a team like the Patriots.
Open your mouth Dick and give us some answers that may make me believe I'll still have a wall without a hole in it by the end of the season. Give us something to build on! Your team didn't look that bad, they looked young, but not terrible. Stupid at times but not ineffective.
Speak up Dick, we collectively need something to build on!