As far as I'm aware, none of those who predicted a career day for Henne, whether it be in the national media of this very message board were denied access to a weather forecast for the game yesterday. That they failed to take it into account doesn't grant them a right to use it as an excuse now. For the record, while Henne put up lots of yards in his two games with the Jaguars prior to the Bills game, he didn't have a great completion percentage (around 55%). He did a little worse than that yesterday, under 50%.
Looking forward to the Rams game, I don't think that beating the 49ers is any kind of indicator that the Rams are now a great team. Sometimes, for some reason, a team that is otherwise not very good will seem to have the number of a better team. Whether it's personnel or scheme they just seem to match up well. Nor do I think that the Rams will be an easy victory. I've thought for a long time that the Bills have been their own worst enemy. They have enough talent that if they are confident and disciplined they can beat some good teams. Too often they've played sloppy football. I've long doubted Fitz has the consistency to warrant being in the Bills' long term plans at QB, but sometimes, when he's on, he can complete some nice passes (like the one to TJ Graham that nearly resulted in a TD). They have a pretty good offensive line and two great running backs. The defense has improved over the last 4-6 games, and not all of that is attributable to lousy opponents. Buffalo held Jacksonville to well below Jacksonville's own average run production.
Last edited by TigerJ; 12-03-2012 at 01:40 PM.
My adopt-a-Bill is Marcel Dareus.