Buffalo Bills Preview Week Five

Mike BurnsContributor IOctober 10, 2009

PITTSFORD, NY - JULY 25:  Head coach Dick Jauron  of the Buffalo Bills watches practice during Training Camp on July 25, 2008 at Saint John Fisher College in Pittsford, New York.  (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)

Coming off a complete collapse on Offense, Defense and Special Teams last Sunday against Miami the Buffalo Bills need to rebound at home against the 0-4 Cleveland Browns.

This season has been more disappointing than FOX networks Cleveland Show.  Regardless of the outcome the fans are crying out for Head Coach Dick Jauron to be fired.  While unlikely that owner Ralph Wilson will be willing to pay Jauron the remaining 2 1/2 years on the contract extension he signed last season, a demotion might force Jauron's hand into stepping down and resigning.  Place all game planning, play calling into the hands of the assistants, take away his headset.  Basically make him a lame duck coach on the sidelines, he has been little more than that anyways.  But now the focus will be on when will he walk away instead of will Mr. Wilson fire him and workout a buyout on his contract.

Offensively they need to give up on the no huddle, Cleveland's defensive coordinator Rob Ryan has a chip on his shoulder against Trent Edwards so look for Edwards to be on the run on every passing play.  Slow the game down to keep the defense rested and there maybe a chance to win this game.

The team that controls the clock will win this match up, special teams on both sides will be the key to an otherwise boring game.

Bills want to continue to not work or wear pads in practice, will play to keep Jauron's job for at least another week.  Buffalo wins 10 - 7 in a long, drawn out game.