One of the best reasons to regularly read the work at ProFootballFocus.com - such as this recap of the Buffalo Bills' 38-35 win over the Oakland Raiders - is because they tend to point out things that fans who've viewed the game once tend to miss. With four tackles in two games, the stellar play of Chris Kelsay is one such pleasantry that fans are overlooking.
"Kelsay is off to rock solid start in 2011," writes PFF's Tyson Langland. "Whether it was playing against the run or getting after the quarterback, Kelsay made sure to show Khalif Barnes who was the boss. While he had a great game, Kelsay’s versatility really stood out, as he played six different positions and managed to rush the passer and drop into coverage effectively."
Long an object of ire for Bills fans - particularly after signing a five-year, $28 million contract extension after a rough start to the 2010 season - anyone paying attention to Kelsay now realizes that he's been a consistently outstanding run defender in his hybrid role in Buffalo's defense. We'll leave it up to you to decide if Kelsay was worth the monetary investment the team made in him, but for now, there's absolutely no reason that Bills fans should be complaining about Kelsay's play.