Since the Bills are 0-4, and last statistically in both offense and defense, not to mention they have only 4 sacks total this year, it seems like this organization is moving backwards. I thought about some questionable decisions and came up with 5. Feel free to add whatever else you can think of that doesn't make much sense.
(1.) Waiving your starting Q.B. after two games? - What? You didn't see this in mini-camp or pre-season games. What took so long?
(2.) Going to a 3:4 without the personnel. Chris Kelsey has played DE all of his career and how is he suddenly a good linebacker. Not to mention that Marcus Stroud would probably be better stuffing the run at NT, rather than playing defensive end, since he isn't a pass rusher!
(3.) Draft CJ Spiller and then not even use him, except for special teams through four games. He proved that he has the ability to bust it when he touches the ball. Meanwhile, other rookies like Jawvid Best and Ryan Matthews are starting as rookies.
(4.) Why not throw deep on occassion to Lee Evans - Take a chance, what do you have to lose. The offense is last statistically, the Bills are 0-4, why are they so conservative. Just throw it up there and anything can happen. Of course, this seems to have been a problem for the past 5 years.
(5.) Tom Modrak is still on the payroll - He was here since the day's of Donohoe. Why is this clown still with the organization. And if he doesn't have much say in the drafts, which I doubt, what is his role precisely?