Bills Jets Recap: At Least It Is Over

(James P. McCoy/Buffalo News)

Photo courtesy of James P. McCoy/Buffalo News

Holy Fuck! What did we learn from this performance today? EJ still sucks. Mike Gillislee doesn’t know the rules of football. Doug Whaley needs to go. Reggie Bush may have been the worst signing EVER. And you can’t judge Anthony Lynn’s coaching performance off this one game.

The Bills have finished another season at 8-8. What else is new? If there is one positive to take away from this game, it’s that the Bills may have improved their draft status. We are waiting to get clarification on that from our friends on Twitter. Not much to say about this one. EJ played like shit. He almost forced Sammy Watkins to have ACL surgery, and missed a WIDE OPEN Charles Clay for an easy score.

I said this last night and I will say it again, EJ got dealt a bad hand. He was supposed to ride pine the first year or two, get his reps in and hopefully lead this team to the playoffs. Instead, Kevin Kolb bumped his knee, when he slipped on a mat and EJ was forced into action. Did the Bills and Whaley reach for a QB in the 2013? Absolutely. It was either EJ or Geno.

For as productive as a season as running back Mike Gillislee had, he may always be remembered for this play.

That sequence pretty much sums up the Bills season.

Want another good laugh?

Have the Bills cut Reggie yet? Did he even dress? Did he even travel with the team? What a shame.

The Bills should have finished 7-9, but luckily we faced Jacoby Brissett who played through a torn ligament in the thumb of his throwing hand. Good to know we can beat a team with their handicapped 3rd string quarterback.

So what do the Bills do now with Anthony Lynn? Keep him. Look what he did with the offense after he took over for Greg Roman. The Bills led the NFL in rushing, at just over 170 yards per game, and finished seventh in the league in points per game 25.9. Have to give Tyrod some of the credit for that. Also, if what Adam Schefter reported this morning is true, then I am all for it.

Bradley was the defensive coordinator for the Seahawks from 2009 to 2012, so he knows a thing or two about defense.

That about does it for now. Make sure you find some free time at 2pm tomorrow to listen to Doug Whaley give his last interview as a member of the Buffalo Bills. Should be a fucking doozie!

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