Logic Posted January 30 Share Posted January 30 (edited) 7 minutes ago, Reverse Meathead said: Yeah, characters are limited on the forum title tab. You have to adjust phonetically. lol Fair enough. I was just busting balls. In response to your post: Yeah, it irks me. The Dolphins, later in the season, seemed to be "figured out", and were not producing much on offense. Then they came to Buffalo, and suddenly they were dynamic again. Yes, the Bills won that game, but still. The games immediately before and after the Bills game, the Dolphins were limp on offense. Against us? Gangbusters. The Bengals were very effectively limited on offense by the Ravens in the playoffs. Then they played the Bills -- and with a seriously depleted o-line, no less -- and looked completely unstoppable. Then they faced the Chiefs and, sure enough, multiple sacks, only 20 points produced. Why do teams look stoppable on offense immediately before and after playing the Bills? Why don't the Bills copy what works against these teams on defense, as shown by other teams who played them previously? Why are the Bills so stubborn defensively? Why doesn't a team coached by two undeniably high quality defensive minds in Leslie Frazier an Sean McDermott have more creativity and adaptability on defense? Why do they look great in the regular season and then below average against good offenses in the postseason? If the Bills are going to give up 30+ against the Bengals and Chiefs in the playoffs every year, why bother continuing to have a defensive specialist as a head coach? Why not just find the next young offensive genius and lean into offense? It's all very infuriating and puzzling, and it's a very valid line of inquiry. I don't have any answers. I'm just venting. Edited January 30 by Logic 5 2 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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