Here is recap of how some of the media covering the Buffalo Bills saw their latest loss at Houston Sunday:
Let’s begin with the Buffalo News, where columnist Jerry Sullivan rips into Bills head coach Chan Gailey and to be honest—it’s really hard to disagree with a single point he makes.
WGRZ-TV asks if the Bills should start cleaning house—yet again.
WGR550’s Joe Buscaglia writes that third down was again the enemy for the Bills in his Sideline Reactions column.
Let’s stay at WGR, where Paul Hamilton feels that moral victories are not impressive for Buffalo anymore.
Chris Paker has resorted to using Neil Young songs when discussing the Bills. Ouch.
WHAM13 out of Rochester writes that the Bills passing game continues to earn disrespect.
Nick Mendola posted his weekly Immediate Reactions following the game.
The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle offers up a report card from this latest loss.
An obvious reason for this defeat was Buffalo’s inability to produce touchdowns in the red zone. Of course, throwing the ball into the end zone once may have helped.
Aaron Williams injured his knee during the game and while nothing has been confirmed, it looked like it may be serious.
Lastly, WKBW-TV’s Jeff Russo offered his take on the game.