Thank god the Bills don’t have Snyder for an owner

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Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder has proven to be a dysfunctional National Football League owner. That has been resounding this year with everything that has happened since the start of the regular season.

Even though things haven’t look good for the Bills lately, thank god they don’t have Snyder as a owner.

In 12 seasons Snyder is already on his fifth head coach. That means head coaches under Snyder have an average of 2.4 years. The Bills in 51 seasons are on the 16 head coach in Chan Gailey and that is an average of 3.18 years.

Yes, the Bills have a mess on their hands, but everyone knows that it is just a matter of Wilson actually picking the right people for a change. That looks to be a possibility with current general manager Buddy Nix and Gailey. For the Redskins that doesn’t look to be any bit close to being solved even thought they have Mike Shanahan as a head coach.

The Redskins back in April sent a 2010 second round pick and a third or fourth round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft in exchange for quarterback Donovan McNabb. However, this past Sunday Shanahan already benched McNabb.

In the end, with the Bills winning four of their last six they have proven that they aren’t as bad as several other teams.

Bills 2010 Draft looks promising

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Buffalo Bills fans over the past several years have seen entire draft classes come and go as the Bills have been unsuccessful in bringing in a solid draft class.

Bills fans may finally have that as the Bills 2010 draft class is promising.

The biggest revelation is outside linebacker Arthur Moats who the Bills took in the sixth round this past April. In his last four games Moats has recorded four sacks and has provided a consistent pass rush that the Bills defense has been lacking.

Bills first round pick C.J. Spiller has shown flashes of greatness with his speed and acceleration. What has been holding him back is the lack of touches he gets per a game as he is the backup to starter Fred Jackson.

Second round pick nose tackle Torell Troup has shown to be a solid contributor already as since he has saw extended action on the field the Bills run defense has gotten better.

Third round pick Alex Carrington has had an increased role in the defense after defensive end Dwan Edwards suffered an injury that landed him on injured reserve. Carrington did record a sack against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but since then has been quiet.

In the end, it is nice to feel that a draft class could finally work out for the Bills.