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  • It seems like a natural fit Buffalo Bills Santa Shit On New England Patriots Miami Dolphins And New York Jets Shirt. If they did not exist and a team was created or moved to Buffalo. The team would be very likely to get the name Buffalo Bills. The Bill’s ownership tolerates marginal play – The owners of the Bills have tolerated marginal play for many years and have done little (if anything) to rectify the situation. Failure breeds failure and the Bill’s have bred in a culture of failure. The Bill’s ownership tolerates subpar coaching – I had and have. A great deal of respect for Marv Levy’s coaching. Having said that the Bill’s have chosen a series of terrible coaches that have been unwilling (or simply unable.

     

    What is it like to be a Buffalo Bills fan?

    To change the direction of the or to provide much in the way of leadership. The Bill’s fans tolerate subpar coaching, marginal play, and incompetent ownership – While the city of Buffalo is no longer the economic powerhouse that it was in past eras, it’s still a major American city, with a group of devoted fans. Unfortunately, those fans (perhaps out of fear that the team will leave/relocate) have tolerated the culture of failure that has permeated Bill’s organization since the late 1970s. No, the four Super Bowl trips weren’t a break in that culture; They were simply painful reminders of it.

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    If Bill’s fans showed the team Buffalo Bills Santa Shit On New England Patriots shirt. And its ownership that they were unwilling to tolerate continuing failure by the organization, perhaps that would be the “spark” necessary to motivate the team. There’s simply no reason that the Bills have been so bad for so long, other than complacency and incompetence. As long as those traits are tolerated, they (Bill’s organization) will continue to fail. I’ve been a Bills fan since O.J. Simpson was a respected athlete. Apart from that one period during the 1990s when they were exceptionally good, management of the team really hasn’t been committed to building a consistent winning team.

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    Most of the problem is the selection of head coaches. Now, Chuck Knoll was pretty good, and Marv Levy was one of the best ever, but writer Gregg Easterbrook probably put it best when he described the Bills coaching choices as “the tastefully named”. The Bills seem to have this belief that a boring white guy with an Anglo-Saxon name (like Rex Ryan) is always the appropriate choice. As a result, they keep overlooking what other teams have found – that coaches with weird looks and different backgrounds often bring more to a team. The Bills usually go with “the safe choice” – someone their fan base will feel comfortable with.

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    They also haven’t done themselves any favors at the general manager level Buffalo Bills Santa Shit On New England Patriots Miami Dolphins And New York Jets Shirt. One of the worst trades in NFL history was probably Marshawn Lynch to the Seahawks. The Bills got a second-round draft pick for him. In Seattle, he went to two Super Bowls, winning one. The Saints noted that if they had known Lynch was on the market, they would have offered Buffalo a much better deal. The Bills have also had problems building an identity. During the ‘70s, they were defined by a punishing running game with a Hall of Fame running back and a massive front line.

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