Bills inch closer to first pick overall

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Even on a bye week the Buffalo Bills cannot escape the talk of being first overall in 2011 National Football League Draft.

The reason being the Bills took one step closer to the first pick overall without ever stepping a foot on the field.

There were three teams that entered Sunday without a win and two of them in the Buffalo Bills and Carolina Panthers had a bye this week. However, it was the third team in the San Francisco 49ers where the Bills took a step forward.

In the Battle of the Bay the 49ers beat geographic rival Oakland Raiders 17-9. That now leaves the Bills and Panthers as the only two winless teams in the NFL.

The Bills are pathetic, because they haven’t drafted well, don’t have a quartetrback, and insist on nose tackle Kyle Williams being a starter.

In the end, it will be a load off Bills fans’ backs when this season is over with.

Williams shows its never too late

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The Seattle Seahawks gave wide Mike Williams one last chance to prove that he can make something of himself in the National Football League.

After Sunday WIlliams has proven its never too late.

Williams had a monster day as he caught a career high 10 passes for 123 yards receiving eb route to a win over the Chicago Bears 23-20.

Williams this preseason showed that there was the possibility he could return to his college form as USC. However, Williams having an impact this fast is mind blowing.

What it shows is that Williams has matured and is doing whatever it take to live up to his potential and be a superstar.

The fact of the matter is it doesn’t matter how talented you are you have to put time in the weight room and on the practice field.

In the end, hopefully Williams’ story will get the attention it deserves.

An enjoyable weekend for Bills fans

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The Buffalo Bills do not play this Sunday as they are on their bye week.

That means Bills fans will enjoy Sunday for once.

Sunday’s so far this fall have been miserable as they have been dominated for the most part en route to a 0-5 record.  The way it has been going one has to wonder if they are going to be able to win a game at all as the two easiest teams on their schedule are the Detroit Lions and the Cleveland Browns who the Bills have trouble with.

The run defense for the most part has just been a disaster as Bills head coach Chan Gailey made a terrible decision installing Kyle Williams as the starting nose tackle.  Against double teams Williams gets thrown around like a tackling dummy.

As for the offense it has actually been average with Ryan Fitzpatrick quarterbacking the Bills.  In three games the Bills are averaging 198 yards per a game, which would give them a 22nd ranking in passing and their rushing rank is 26th.

Obviously, things would actually be better offensively with a legit quarterback as teams are game planning to take away the run early and once they have a big lead they allow the Bills to start running the football, which is where most of their yards are coming from.

In the end, enjoy Bills fans, because it is going to be a long season.