Wilson mans up


The Buffalo Bills are the laughing stock of the National Football League and there is only one man to blame for it, and that is Bills owner Ralph Wilson.

Wilson in an interview with the Associated Press finally has maned up.

In the interview Wilson took full blame of the Bills as the draft picks were ultimately his decision. Wilson did go onto say that he is confident the plan of Bills general manager Buddy Nix and Bills head Chan Gailey.

The biggest news out of it is that their focus in the 2011 Draft will be finding a franchise quarterback. Wilson went onto back that up by saying that Nix for the next two weeks will actually be on the road scouting the top quarterbacks in college.

The problem is that if the Bills get anything lower than the first pick overall they could get leap frogged as teams now know what their intentions are.

In the end, as Wilson said it will take several years before things get turned around.

Time to let them play


The Buffalo Bills are 0-5 and look to be heading for the first pick overall in the 2011 National Football League Draft with their defense being a disaster.

At this point the Bills have nothing to lose letting the younger players play.

The two Bills that should be inserted into the starting lineup are nose tackle Torell Troup and outside linebacker Aaron Maybin. The reason being that the Bills main concern going into the season was their ability to be able to stop the run, but with the  Bills being the worst against it who cares.

Troup would be an upgrade at the nose tackle as when he was inserted last Sunday to help with the run defense, which was a little better due to this.  So, just imagine how much better the Bills will be against the run with a nose tackle that doesn’t get blown off the football when the opposition offense runs the football.

Now, as for Maybin the Bills actually need him in the starting lineup as starting  outside linebacker Reggie Torbor and Chris Kelsay have yet to record a single sack. The only linebacker to record one is Paul Posluszny.

In the end, with Bills owner Ralph Wilson admitting the need a quarterback it is now about getting the young talent ready for when the Bills actually get one.