What Exactly Is Wrong With The Buffalo Bills Franchise?

October 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

An 0-3 start is less than shocking for an NFL franchise which has gone 27-37 in the past four years (excluding the 0-3 start). Fans are just used to mediocrity, a string of sub-par seasons from 2000 onwards, including three straight 7-9 seasons.
Older fans recount and think back to the glory days, when they won four straight AFC titles from 1990-1993, although they couldn’t bring a Super Bowl home.
So what’s wrong with the Buffalo Bills? As a Bills fan, I'm inclined to ask this question.
Look no further than the front office. Owner Ralph Wilson Jr. is approaching his 92nd birthday, and he is proof that wisdom starts to deteriorate at a certain age. In 2009, he re-hired Buddy Nix to be the GM of Bills, a position Nixon held earlier in his career from 1993-2000.
It’s no coincidence that the Bills started to decline from 1994 onward. The man who held Nix’s position from 1986-1993? Bill Polian, current GM of the Indianapolis Colts and six-time wi...

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