Buffalo Bills Week Two Preview

Mike BurnsContributor ISeptember 18, 2009

FOXBORO, MA - SEPTEMBER 14:  Fred Jackson #22 of the Buffalo Bills scores a touchdown during the fourth quarter of the game against the New England Patriots on September 14, 2009 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Well the Buffalo Bills far ex ceded my expectations on Monday Night Football which is a good thing. 

Alex Van Pelt proved he is ready to be an offensive coordinator in this league.  Fred Jackson is a starter in this league.  The passing game and clock management needs some improvement and special teams is not up to the standards the Bills have set over the last several seasons.

The promise of a good season is there but Tampa will not be a walk in the park either.  While they do not rank up with New England the Bills in the Jauron years have a habit of playing up to their opponents level of talent not their own which is why they have had 3 straight years of 7-9. 

Defense took a huge hit with the loss of Paul Posluszny but hopefully Buggs will be able to step in and fill the void.  Terrance McGee signed a contract extension which should make him step up his game and play like a top cornerback in this league.