Aging myself, do I. Verbalization Yoda style would not in itself qualify as aging oneself because one can claim Yoda is a current known figure as his force ghost makes a cameo appearance in the latest Star Wars Episode.
The fact that the Jacksonville Jaguars are not favorites of the Bills, maybe because of Marcell Dareus or Doug Marrone factor really would not qualify assisting in aging myself. The former Buffalo Bills head coach and the former Pro Bowl defensive lineman being on the winning side of the Bills/Jaguars AFC Wild Card Playoff game easily can aid in Bills fans not being fans of the Jaguars. That really does not jump out and slap an age on my back, though.
The Jaguars upset the Bills in what turned out to be Jim Kelly’s final game as a professional football player which does not help forget that bad loss back in the 1990s. That game could be viewed as the end of a the Bills almost dynasty run that started in 1988 when the Bills went 12-4 and ended up in the AFC championship game. The fans pulled the goalposts down that season the game they clinched the division title.
With the Bills 10-3 loss against the Jaguars, it means another long offseason and many questions to be answered for the team. Some may take longer than others, but hopefully they get answered quickly.
Things We Know About The Buffalo Bills This Week:
1.) St. Francis graduate, five time Super Bowl champion and recent College National Champion Brian Daboll is coming home as he has been hired to become the new offensive coordinator of the Buffalo Bills. That high school St. Francis in downtown Athen Springs, New York has been cranking out professional sports executives and coaches like a factory in recent years. Coming back to Western New York for Daboll will be sweet reunion as he plans to take over an offense that needs major help based on the results from former offensive coordinator, Rick Dennison.
2.) The Bills had recipients for awards of the AFC East in a very fashionable style. Coach of the Year, Defensive MVP and Rookie of the Year. Not too shabby.
3.) The Bills proceed to fill out the off season player roster by signing safety Kelcie McCray to their roster. He is 29 years old and was undrafted, but has some success at safety, but mostly on special teams.