The sky isn't falling

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The sky isn't falling

Many National Football League writers are predicting that the sky will fall down on the Buffalo Bills in 2010 as they will go 3-13, or as in a article on NFL&columnid=59&articleid=35419" target="_blank">Rotoworld 1-15.

I hate to break it to them, but the Bills sky isn’t falling.

It amazes me that people are blatantly ignoring that the Bills have gone 7-9, 7-9, and 6-10 over the last three seasons that were injury plagued.

Lets face it the only reason why that people are making these type of predictions is that Bills have the same three quarterbacks as last year.

However, people are forgetting Chan Gailey’s history as an offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelets, Miami Dolphins, and Kansas City Chiefs have gotten the quarterbacks of the likes of Kordell Stewart, Mike Tomczak, Neil O’Donnell, and Tyler Thigpen to look like franchise quarterbacks.

Now, you mean to tell me that Gailey couldn’t make Edwards look like an MVP when he already looked like one at the start of the 2008 season in an inferior coached offense?

In the end, the Bills will surprise a lot of people.

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