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3 Buffalo Bills
Paul Zimmerman
September 04, 2006
While quarterbacking remains the talk of the town, it's the high-impact special teams that could spark a resurgence
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September 04, 2006

3 Buffalo Bills

While quarterbacking remains the talk of the town, it's the high-impact special teams that could spark a resurgence

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31 at Baltimore

SCHEDULE STRENGTH

NFL rank T23

Opponents' 2005 winning percentage .477

Games against playoff teams 5

ENEMY LINES

AN OPPOSING TEAM'S SCOUT SIZES UP THE BILLS

> What I like about the Bills is that they're good guys, and it starts with the coaching staff. Dick Jauron, defensive line coach Bill Kollar, special teams coach Bobby April--there's a love for the game there; they don't act as if it's all about them. The challenge is to get the offense to play up to the level of the defense and special teams.

> Their two best players are weakside linebacker Takeo Spikes and running back Willis McGahee. If I had to take one of them, it'd be McGahee because there's such a drop-off behind him.

> The best thing they did in the off-season was to break up that offensive line and get rid of guys like Mike Williams and Bennie Anderson.

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