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Bills G.M. non-committal on Jauron

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.

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19 Responses to “Bills G.M. non-committal on Jauron”
  1. ducej11 says: Oct 11, 2009 7:03 PM

    they got their money’s worth for TO. Alll games are sold out and all the merchandise sales. They have more than doubled their investment.

  2. bigjoey46us says: Oct 11, 2009 7:09 PM

    They should all be arrested for stealing the fans money. The Bills are pathetic this year

  3. Browns_fan_in_therapy says: Oct 11, 2009 7:10 PM

    The opposing QB threw for a whopping 23 yards and 15.1 passer rating… and still beat you. Jauron should have been fired before the coaches shook hands.

  4. Debacled says: Oct 11, 2009 7:11 PM

    I was at the game today and Trent “Captain Checkdown” Edwards missed Evans and Owens down the field a few times.
    There was also supposed to be a Pro Football Hall of Fame ring ceremony for its newest member today (Ralph Wilson) during halftime. Never happened. Perhaps Ralph Wilson didn’t want to come out to a chorus of boos from his franchise’s disgruntled fans.

  5. bearsrule says: Oct 11, 2009 7:12 PM

    Same thing as Chicago. His teams started out good and then regressed, bad. He might be a great co-ordinator, but he’s a poor head coach. He’s proved it in Chicago, Detroit and Buffalo.

  6. Mook says: Oct 11, 2009 7:12 PM

    Will the last person to leave Buffalo please turn out the lights?

  7. Lumas101 says: Oct 11, 2009 7:17 PM

    I’ve been as rational/hopeful/naive about this topic as I could for as long as possible. It’s been long enough. Fire everyone.

  8. Fan_Of_ Four says: Oct 11, 2009 7:21 PM

    T.O. on suicide watch ?

  9. WNYhell says: Oct 11, 2009 7:44 PM

    He’d better not make to Monday (tomorrow).

  10. Jim_Kelly12 says: Oct 11, 2009 7:46 PM

    Florio, there’s a lot of news in Buffalo going on…. Trent said, “I’m not a Bills Fan. I’m a football player.”
    Ralph’s Hall of Fame ring ceremony at halftime cancelled for fear of being booed.
    Get on it!

  11. derek_morrell says: Oct 11, 2009 8:01 PM


  12. dbet says: Oct 11, 2009 8:09 PM

    If Ralph Wilson had 1/2 a brain, he’d be on the phone to Mike Holmgren. But wait…that would involve a P-L-A-N.

  13. daffy87 says: Oct 11, 2009 8:14 PM

    Grats to the Browns. No more talk of going 0-16. Derek Anderson did a good impersonation of what it would be like if a blind man were to play QB. Seriously? 2/17??? Either ways a win is a win. Browns defense holding anyone to 6 points is impressive.

  14. rob0221 says: Oct 11, 2009 8:18 PM

    i’ve been a bills fan since 1985…….i’m done. they owe me. they owe me a winning streak, they owe me a winning record. i’m boxing up my bills mini football, jersey, box of TO’s and sending them all back to One Bills Drive C/O Ralph Wilson. This is a joke. The great city of Buffalo doesn’t deserve this. i’d rather have the team leave town.

  15. bobinpuertorico says: Oct 11, 2009 8:31 PM

    The Browns should be very thankful to the Bills for their first victory of the year. First, since the players have long since quit on Jauron. As a result, it was usually calls against the Bills O-line that killed drives, not the defensive plays of the Browns. Second, when Roscoe Parrish decided to gift wrap the victory for the Browns with his blown punt return at the end of the game, the player who recovered the ball for the Browns was Blake Costanzo, a linebacker who had been cut by the Bills. The Bills are well on their way to a likely 1 – 15 season. Go Bills!

  16. SmackMyVickUp says: Oct 11, 2009 8:35 PM

    Derek Anderson still starter after that stellar performance?

  17. FumbleNuts says: Oct 11, 2009 11:11 PM

    Trent “Captain Checkdown” Edwards really sucks!!
    The Bills fan’s should get a petition going to have the OC and Jauron fired this week.
    This is just totally Unacceptable!!!!!
    6.5 Mil for T.O. and you can’t get the football to this man?

  18. FumbleNuts says: Oct 11, 2009 11:37 PM

    dbet says:
    October 11, 2009 8:09 PM
    If Ralph Wilson had 1/2 a brain, he’d be on the phone to Mike Holmgren. But wait…that would involve a P-L-A-N.
    I agree, “The Walrus” would CLEAN house immediately!!!!!

  19. LeatherBalls says: Oct 12, 2009 9:17 AM

    D.A.’s stats were piss poor, but let’s keep in mind the Browns’ receivers dropped at least 8 or 9 balls. All these schmucks throwing D.A. under the bus need to get a clue.

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