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2010 Buffalo Bills Team Preview/Predictions

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2010 Record: 6-10
ATS: 8-8

The Buffalo Bills had a number of issues heading into 2009 that they failed to address and as they say, history has a tendency of repeating itself until you learn.

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The 2010 version of the Bills are very much like the 2009 version: deep in the backfield, insecure at quarterback, poor along the offensive line and a defense that will again be in the basement of the NFL rankings.

The main change? The man running the show.

Head coach Chan Gailey is the next to step up in the long line of mediocre, anonymous Buffalo Bills coaches and he definitely won’t be the man to conjure a turnaround.

The Bills tried to hire many A-list coaches this offseason, but when Bill Cowher and Mike Shanahan dusted them off, they had to go way down the list to find what is essentially a retread head coach.

Gailey is a decent offensive mind but you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who believes that he can lead the Bills to the playoffs.

Buffalo spent a high draft pick in the first round adding to a position of strength by drafting running back C.J. Spiller, and while he’ll surely give the Bills an explosive playmaker, the team still neglected several other important aspects of the team.

The offensive line that gave up the fifth-most sacks in the NFL last year garnered little help in the offseason and figures to be a significant weakness again in 2010.

While Terrell Owens wasn’t a huge contributor, both him and Josh Reed bolted, which means that James Hardy, who has a total of 10 catches through two seasons, now moves into the starting lineup.

Beyond that, the quarterback battle of Trent Edwards, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brian Brohm is about as moot as who will be Paris Hilton’s new BFF: winning the competition doesn’t really mean much.

On defense, the Bills are still a wreck.

In a division where everyone continues to improve, the Bills continue to be the doormat.

Bills 2010 Outlook

They’ll surprise with a key win or two and likely shape the playoff picture for the other three teams in the division, but one thing is for sure: they won’t be a part of the 2011 postseason.

Bills 2010 Futures

Super Bowl Odds: +14250
Conference Odds: +6550
AFC East Odds: +385

2010 Bills Predictions

Place they’ll finish in AFC East: 4th
Place they’ll finish in AFC Conference: 14th
Over/Under Season Wins Prediction: Under 5.5 Wins

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Dave Golokhov has written for BETUS Sportsbook, Sportsfanmagazine.com, FOX, Askmen.com, Sports-central.org, and the FOXSports.com Funhouse.

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