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Bills Preview: Five Reasons For Hope

  • Posted on September 10, 2009 at 12:23 pm
 
bills-world-champion-ringsIf you’re like the vast majority of Bills fans and media these days, the next four months serve merely as a foregone conclusion. You conclude the Buffalo Bills will be horrendous and prospects of a winning campaign are dreadful. They’re a oblivious organization headed by a meddling 91-year old owner, a master marketer posing as general manager, a dead man walking head coach and a roster riddled with bottom feeder talent.
 
The team hasn’t made the playoffs this decade, has all of one winning season (9-7 in 2004) during that timeline, and is coming off three consecutive 7-9 seasons.
 
Inept perception was recently reinforced with the dumping of offensive coordinator Turk Schonert- after the preseason was already over, and the release of starting left tackle Langston Walker just one week before the season opener. Coupled with an excruciatingly painful looking offense the past five weeks, the Bills are surely destined to extend their failing ways.
 
While odds of extending their playoff-less run and quite possibly a division cellar finish are higher than six months ago, the season is anything but a formality.
 
There is hope for this season, and here are five of the biggest things Bills faithful can hold their hats on.




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