Ask A Bills Fan

Hello Cardinal fans!

Top of the morning to ya, hope things are going well out in Arizona. I'm here from Buffalo Rumblings as a Bills fan (yes, I just said that) here to answer your questions.

Here's somethings about out team!


Couldn't coach their way out of a wet paper bag. No adjustments, throw too much with an inaccurate QB and can't stop anyone on defense.


QB who is very inaccurate and likes to throw the interceptions. We have 2 great RBs that we don't like to run with. Our offensive line is good but we're down to our 4th string RG and our LT is out. Our WR's are mediocre but can do things sometimes. Our TE Scott Chandler has great hands but isn't much of a blocker.

We love turning the ball over and not putting consistent drives together and cannot hit a pass over 10 yards. Last week Fitzptrick was 1-5 and a pick on any throw over 10 yards. yay!


Might be the worst defense in the history of the NFL. Consider the following that I copied from this post:

Here are some "fun" facts to take from the season so far:

  • There have been 122 games in NFL history with 300-plus rushing yards and 2,316 with 300+ passing yards, but that feat had never been recorded in the same game until the San Francisco 49ers against the Bills in Week 5.
  • Against the 49ers, the Bills had a yardage differential of -417 yards. That's the 12th-highest total since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.
  • Only three teams since the merger have allowed 550plus yards in two games in a single season. Buffalo did it in consecutive weeks to become the fourth. The last team to do it in consecutive games was the 1950 New York Yanks.
  • Per the last bullet, the 1,201 yards allowed in the most given up by any team in consecutive weeks.
  • Only one team has allowed 45 or more points in four separate games of a season since the merger. Buffalo has already allowed three teams to do it in five games this season, and they play two of them (the New York Jets and the New England Patriots) again.
  • The last team to allow more than 97 points in consecutive weeks was the 1980 49ers team that allowed 107 points in Weeks 5 and 6.

We also gave up over 600 yards of total offense. It wouldn't be so bad but Buffalo's defensive line has a hard time stopping the run and rushing the passer. Our linebackers have issues with stopping the run and coverage and rushing the passer. Our secondary is having problems covering anyone in an opposite colored jersey and knowing their assignments. Oh, as well as stopping the run on screen passes.
I've been a Bills fan for about 30 years and this is the worst defense i've ever seen in my time. Our QB should be a backup and we don't have coaches worth a lick. Worse yet there seems to be locker room issues and team psyche problems. Add that up and you have a shitty football team playing on the west coast against a good defense and Larry Fitzgerald (start him, Fantasy coaches).
If I were a betting man I'd go 42-17 Cardinals.
Any questions?

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Revenge of the Birds' (ROTB) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of ROTB's editors.</em>

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