Bills Week In Review

27 Feb

Bye-Bye Bledsoe
“Example”
If you have been sleeping under a rock, I should inform you the Drew Bledsoe-once percieved as the savior of the franchise, was released last week and has since signed with the Dallas Cowboys to reunite with Bill Parcells. This is a lose-lose situation for both Buffalo and Dallas.
“Example”
J.P. Losman is nowhere near ready to lead a team on the rise who almost made the playoffs last year. Unless J.P. makes a major improvement mentally, it would seem as if J.P. Dumont is more sutiable for the position. Dallas is a young team who needs to find out if their young quartebacks can do the job. Henson looked awful last year but so did his line. Bledsoe is just Testaverde but not quite eligible for senior discounts.

Henry Seeing Red
“Example”
It looks like Travis Henry is on his way out of Buffalo (DUH!) and seems to be leaning towards Arizona because all he wants is to be with a winning team. Seemingly, Buffalo will get L.J. Shelton to add to the O-Line. To me, this is much better than taking a risk on a second round pick.

Major Losses
Apparently Jonas Jennings and Pat Williams will Not be re-signed despite decent cap space availible. In my mind the loss of Williams will be huge (no pun intended). Although Jennings was pretty decent, the addition of Shelton will make up for it.

4 Responses to “Bills Week In Review”

  1. Djlethal01 February 27, 2005 at 2:36 pm #

    Is he going to Arizona to win a championship?

  2. WNYDiplomat February 27, 2005 at 4:06 pm #

    It is where EVERYONE goes for championships

  3. Anonymous February 27, 2005 at 5:47 pm #

    I am sorry, but this is just too weird. Wow Mark, you’ve really outdone yourself.

    LINDSAY

  4. WNYDiplomat February 27, 2005 at 6:00 pm #

    I am sorry Lindsay but this is simply the most epic website in the history of man kind. You are simply too jealous of my amazing abilities

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