Buffalo Bills Impact Player in 2010: C.J. Spiller or Marshawn Lynch?

June 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While some NFL teams tend to rely on one running back—the Titans' Chris Johnson and the Rams' Steven Jackson come to mind—the Buffalo Bills appear to be set on going with a hybrid three-back attack for the upcoming season.
The Bills' defense was on the field for more than four minutes a game on average compared to the opposition defense last season. That's not exactly a winning formula. In addition, the Bills' defense gave up 97 conversions on third down, almost double the 51 third downs the Bills' offense converted.
Clearly last year's Buffalo Bills were a broken team, and needed to be fixed. You could probably say that for the entire decade for that matter. We can sit here and moan about all of the injuries last year and the firing of the offensive coordinator before the start of the season, but this team really needed a major overhaul.
A change was needed, so Buddy Nix and Chan Gailey were hired to build and coach the Bills back to a winning organization. ...

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