Undisciplined Bills need to worry about their own play
Until they can string three or four quality victories together — hell, even two — they are what they’ve been since the Nineties.
The same old Buffalo Bills.
That is … Reliably, wildly inconsistent from week to week. And reliably, maddeningly incapable of living up to expectations whenever they rise.
The latest incontrovertible proof came Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium: New York Giants 24, Bills 10.
This is no piling-on rip-job after another luckless loss by the Bills. The 2015 Bills are better than this.
The franchise has made gradual, impressive headway toward shedding its 21st-century persona of being Not Nearly Good Enoughs.
But it’s a results-based league, and they are what they are until they show they aren’t.
And don’t be distracted by all that post-game whining by the Bills — insinuations lodged with tempers still flared, that officials are out to get them.
Fact is, the Bills played badly in every phase of the game throughout