Buffalo Bills: Resurecting an Image of a Downtrodden Franchise

January 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

You're probably wondering what I was smoking when I decided to crop an unfocused, seemingly innocent photo of a turned over Buffalo Bills helmet. 
But as the 'ole ball coach Lee Corso would say, "NOT SO FAST MY FRIEND."
See, this photo is brilliant. It's telling. It's compelling. It's the Bills franchise as it stands: a franchise in turmoil, a franchise lost. 
I'm a Bills fan, but this team has been a joke for a long time. The current coaching search has been disappointing, the quarterback play, Terrell Owens experiment, Mike Williams selection and Tom Donahoe effort all backfired. Holy cow, I could go on and on.
The biggest beef, and probably largest of any fan, is zero playoff appearances since 1999. Perhaps I'm a skeptic and so be it, but I have no reason to BILL-LIEVE in this team.
Having said that, as a fan deep down, I'm hopeful. Here are my five highest priorities the Bills and Buddy Nix need to fix if they want any chance at competing.

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