Bills…what went right, what went wrong?

By Steve B.  |   Friday, September 17, 2010  |  Comments( 515 )

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This past Sunday, the Bills welcomed the Miami Dolphins to the Ralph for their season opener. It was the debuts of Buddy Nix, new Bills GM; Chan Gailey, new Bills Head Coach; George Edwards new Bills Defensive Coordinator and CJ Spiller, Bills first round draft pick and starting RB. Let’s take a look at what went right for the Bills, and also,...
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No.1
cowgirl
01:32 PM
09/17/2010
Stevie, really good article. I love the way you broke down the whole game. Thanks for the effort.

You summed up my hope for this week's game....the Bill's looked HORRIBLE in the pre-season against
Washington then the next week, they looked like a different team.

I hope that happens vs. Green Bay....even if they don't win, I just really hope that the Offense plays better!!
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No.2
anello1960
03:09 PM
09/17/2010
Steve,

Nice article man, thanks! Love the way you broke down the defense's good play and the confidence Gailey showed in the team. They are headed in the right direction. Get this offense on the right track - I did not realize the O/L played that poorly, and this team could be dangerous at times, against the best of them.

Some good game's this week end, we'll see just how good the Dolphins are when they play the Vikings. Not many people are giving the fish a chance in that one.

GO BILLS!
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Greg S
03:15 PM
09/17/2010
I was surprised Miami didn't have anyone back to field that attempted field goal at the end of the half. Maybe they thought Buffalo wouldn't really try a field goal that long and were looking for a fake.
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