The Buffalo Bills are undefeated. You heard me correct, they are undefeated. The fear of the Bills is starting to get real out here in the football world. If I were to have told you that the Bills would be one of the undefeated teams in the NFL, knowing they were going to have to face the Patriots in the first three games you would have probably had me checked into a loony bin.
Not enough attention has been paid to the Chan Gailey coached Bills. They have a lot of talent both young and seasoned. I believe Terrell Eldorado Owens said it best when he said they don’t need to worry about a quarterback. Owens noted that he exploded when Fitzpatrick started getting the majority of the snaps three seasons ago and all he has done since then is get more efficient each game he has played.
The Bills solved their running back issues as Fred Jackson “Mr. All Purpose” has assumed the role in the league as the new Brian Westbrook. He is complemented by the exciting speedster C.J. Spiller. The Bills have gotten better at wide receiver as well as Stevie Johnson has rekindled his relation ship with the Lord and has gotten back to his touchdown catching ways.
Defensively the Bills have invested in some veterans to blend with their young playmakers. They continue to look like a real contender and quite possibly the best team in New York at this point in the season.
Belichick’s Patriots were 2 – 0 coming into the big game with the Buffalo Bills. It appeared that his team was on its way to another undefeated season as they could do no wrong. Tom Brady had been almost perfect for most of this season and he had shown no signs of letting up. Who would have thought that Brady who only threw 4 interceptions all of last season would have as many interceptions in one game versus the Buffalo Bills.
Belichick is sure to go back to the drawing board and sure up his defense and pick his offense up. I can guarantee you will see more running in the next couple of games as “The Law Firm” BenJarvis Green-Ellis is sure to get more touches in the near future.
Brady seemed to miss not having his other tight end Gonzalez in the lineup on Sunday and his wide receivers, outside of Wes Welker, had a hard time getting open.
The Ten Million Dollar Bill has finally surfaced on the PGA tour. Bill Haas gets a big win as he holds on to win the Fed Ex Cup championship over Hunter Mahan. All golfers appeared to be going backwards as the tension heated up and Haas was one of the few able to weather the storm.
Haas won for the first time this year, and the payoff could be more than just a massive bank deposit. Fred Couples makes his final captain's pick on Tuesday for the Presidents Cup, and Haas put on quite a show.
Even if Couples wasn't watching, his assistant captain had a great view: Jay Haas, Bill's dad, was in the gallery at East Lake, and raised his arms as his 29-year-old son delivered the most riveting conclusion in the five-year history of the FedEx Cup.
According to numbers presented by PGA.com Haas won $1.44 million for the Tour Championship title, and the $10 million bonus for winning the FedEx Cup. That is one heck of a way to end your golf season.