Buffalo Bills Allow San Francisco to Set Ridiculous NFL Record
Just how bad were the Buffalo Bills yesterday? The San Francisco 49'ers set an NFL record with 300 yards passing and 300 yards rushing, a mark that no NFL team has ever achieved. If it looked like the 49'ers were going up and down the field, they were. It was the second week in a row that the Bills allowed a 300 yard passer, and two 100 hundred yard receivers. Kendall Hunter was just 19 yards of going over 100 yards running as the backup to Frank Gore and likely would have achieved the mark had the 49er's chose not to run so much with Colin Kaepernick. San Francisco averaged 8.1 yards per rush, and 16.3 yards a pass.
So what's next? Mario Williams has been ineffective, and a defense that looked good on paper is being shredded. If the Bills defense puts out another performance like this, how can they justify keeping Dave Wanstadt as defensive coordinator. Or should the changes go deeper? Is it time to get rid of Chan Gailey now? Ryan Fitzpatrick has been unable to hit open recievers and the Bills offense has been outscored 90-10 since the second half of last week's New England game. So just how bad do we need to be to get Geno Smith or Matt Barkley in the draft?