Buffalo Bills Preview Week Six

Mike BurnsContributor IOctober 17, 2009

ORCHARD PARK, NY - SEPTEMBER 20:  Head Coach Dick Jauron of the Buffalo Bills talks with an official during a break from the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Ralph Wilson Stadium on September 20, 2009 in Orchard Park, New York.  The Bills won 33-20.  (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)

Finding something positive to say this week is not easy.  Buffalo heads to New Jersey to play the Jets in what some would think a must win game.

Basically I have come to grips with the fact that the season is a wash already with 11 games remaining on the schedule.  To think the Bills could turn it around now would be a fantasy. 

After suffering back to back embarrassing loses to the Dolphins and Browns, the Bills face Rex Ryan's Jets.  The Jet's have something to prove after collapsing in the 4th quarter on Monday night against the Dolphins.  The difference between these 2 teams is great.  Ryan coaches to win at all costs.  Everyone is accountable in the Jet's locker room.  Jauron coaches not to lose.  There is no accountability in the locker room.  When that happens leadership dissolves.  There is no one stepping up to hold players accountable for their play.

For the past several seasons the Bills special teams was regarded as one of the best in the NFL.  They have become a joke as well as the offense, defense and special teams. 

Time to grant Parrish his wish and trade him along with Terrell Owens and as many of the under achievers on this roster that can be traded.  Stockpile draft picks and save salary cap money for next season.  Hire a first class front office to bring in a first class coaching staff.  Build from the top down.  Then they would be able to bring in top free agents and not the guys that did not get a better offer elsewhere.

Jets continue Bills woes against division foes 38 - 3.