Bills Need to Reach out to Billick

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Buffalo Bills general manager Buddy Nix stated in his introductory press conference that he would like a general manager with experience.

With Wednesday’s developments it is time for the Bills to give former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick.

Billick confirmed to WGR 550 that he has not yet been contacted by the Bills, but would be interested in any organization with the right structure.

Billick has an offensive background and has won a Superbowl with the Ravens.

The only thing that may be holding him back is the fact that he didn’t develop a quarterback in Baltimore.

The reality is that besides Billick the only other real options is Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, Miinnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, and New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride.

In the end the Bills now need to broaden the scope of their search for their next head coach.

Schottenheimer a Fool

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ESPN”s Adam Schefter reported that New York Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer declined an interview request by the Buffalo Bills.

Simply, Schottenheimer is a fool to pass on a chance at being a head coach.

Schottenheimer feels there will be plenty of more opportunities to become a head coach down the line.

The fact of the matter is things can change in an instant.

The fact is two important starters in left guard Alan Faneca and right tackle Damien Woody are both over 30 years old.

That means at anytime they could start declining, which would hurt the Jets offense severely as they are a offense that runs the football a lot.

Also, his stock will hinge on the play of quarterback Mark Sanchez.

Sanchez did not look very good this past regular season as of 10 games that he attempted more than 20 passes only three of those games he did not throw an interception.

In the end Schottenheimer will regret passing up on the Bills.

Garrard has One More Chance

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Jacksonville Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver gave an endorsement of David Garrard as the starting quarterback.

However, it is clear by what he said that this Garrards last chance.

According to ProFootballTalk.com, Weaver stated, “I think with David Garrard we can win.

That makes it clear that Weaver is not completely confident.

Also, that means the Jaguars have an alternative plan in the form of Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow.

In the end the heat is the Jaguars for in 2010.

Can the Colts Overcome Adversity?

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The Indianapolis Colts during the regular season looked like they were going to sail to the Superbowl.

Now, the big question is can they overcome adversity.

It is already bad enough that the Colts haven”t played on three weeks when Sundat arrives.

However, things have gotten worst as Colts wide receiver Pierre Garcon has family in Hati that none of his family in the United States have heard from.

The thing is a team is like a family and when one player is affected the rest is affected.

That means all the other players while practicing and getting ready for this weekends upcoming game their minds will drift from time to time about Garcon’s family.

In the end with the distraction, the extra rest, and with this weeks opponent in the Baltimore Ravens playing a 3-4 defense things are shaping up for the Colts to make an early exit.

Bears are In A Tough Spot

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The Chicago Bears are searching for a new offensive coordinator after their firing their previous offensive coordinator.

With Beats head coach Lovie Smith supposively on the hot seat finding a new one will be tough.

The Bears first choice was University of Southern California Trojans, now Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates.

The Bears will have a hard time finding a offensive coordinator with experience as nonody will take a job where there is the poissibility that you would be there for one year and then be fired.

In the end the Bears are going to be stuck hiring a person that was a position coach and has no offensive coordinator experience.

Time for Rams to Move on

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Saint Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger has been a mere shadow of himself from earlier in his career.

With Bulger considering retirement anywhich way it is time for the Rams to move on.

Bulger isn’t a young quarterback and the Rams have a major rebuilding project.

It just doesn’t make sense to keep a quarterback that is in his 30’s, not playing well, and has a huge contract.

In the end as the saying goes all things come to an end.