Not dead can't quit, let's see where the media ranks the Bills after an L to the Broncos:
No change "Kyle Orton tied the Bills' franchise record with 38 completions and
threw for a season-high 355 yards Sunday. The 7-6 Bills will need that
against the Packers and Pats."
Useless information on the highest order
"Any playoff chances went out the window with the loss at Denver. They need a quarterback."
Dropped 1 spot, one fact one fiction, thanks Pete.
Bills made it interesting in the end
at Denver; in fact, they accumulated 285 yards of offense in just five second-half possessions. Of course, the
Broncos had already jumped out to a 21-3 lead.
The bottom line is, this club is eventually going to have to enter the expectation phase, in which the
Bills will actually be expected to
beat a good team on the road as opposed to getting kudos for
keeping it close. Not trying to be harsh; that's just what this pro
game is all about."
17. Buffalo Bills (No. 15; 7-6): Doug Marrone’s job could hinge on
beating the Packers on Sunday. If so, it may be time to start packing
up the office."
Interesting, but I doubt its true
"It will be interesting to see if the Bills go back to EJ Manuel for a
start or two if they're officially out of the race. If they don't, that
probably tells you all you need to know about Manuel's future there."
No movement but a mention of Erik James? Damn, Orton really does suck.
17. Buffalo Bills (7-6). Previously: #17
Not much movement albeit everyone seems to agree the QB and the coach are squarely to blame and need to be switched out YET AGAINNNNN