The good news for the Buffalo Bills? Their defense gave up only six points to the Browns on Sunday.
The bad news? The Bills’ offense scored only three.
And so the Bills fell to 1-4, losing to the previously winless Browns.
After the game, with increased calls for Bills coach Dick Jauron to be fired, G.M. Russ Brandon was non-committal.
“I’m not going to comment on that,” Brandon said. “Obviously this is a low point for
all of us. I feel for everyone in the organization and more importantly
the fans. This is not where we expected to be right now.”
Asked whether the team’s performance would cost the fourth-year coach his job, Jauron said, “Not a question to ask me.”
Since starting the 2008 season with a 5-1 mark, the Bills have lost 12 of 15 games.
And the Bills continue to squander the $6.5 million investment made in receiver Terrell Owens. On Sunday against the Browns, Owens caught four passes for 44 yards.