It's clear that the Bills are an improved team with much better coaching than we've had in the past. People talk about "learning how to win" which frustrates me as at this point in their careers you would think they would know what that means. To me, it means giving that extra effort that can make the difference between winning and losing, especially in a league where "parity" has become a reality on most Sundays. The extra effort can also be described as having a "killer instinct" and really bearing down when you have the opposition on the ropes. This team just doesn't have that killer instinct. It's not just the fumbling late in the game but the stupid penalties too. They need the killer instinct and a lot more discipline or we are going to have the same old Charlie Brown team we've had over the years that snatches defeat from the jaws of victory.