Head Coach Chan Gailey Relieved Of Duties By Bills

Discussion in 'Buffalo Bills' started by Sweets, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. Sweets

    Sweets New Member

    Chan Gailey could not survive another season without progress. The Buffalo Bills announced Monday that he's out as head coach after three seasons running the team.

    "The Buffalo Bills today are announcing that Chan Gailey has been relieved of his duties as the team's head coach," the team said. Yep, that's the whole statement.

    Gailey went 16-32 in three seasons as Bills coach, finishing 6-10 in each of the last two seasons, Gailey struggled to solve the team's defense, changing directions and coordinators every season. The front office spent a lot of money this season on free agents, including Mario Williams, and the Bills finished 26th in the league in points allowed.

    Gailey's speciality was offense and he often did a nice job working with lesser talent than most teams, but his offense was easier to defend in 2012 than previous years and Gailey's attachment to Ryan Fitzpatrick didn't pan out.

    Source: NFL.com

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