When can you get up early in the am watch the NFLChannel, drink a tasty cup of coffee and then throw up? Try around 7:00 Tuesday morning August 27th! Rather than try to put some of type of positive or at least hopeful spin on the fact Jeff Tuel may be our starter, Mr. Graham decided to hold a funeral before a death! He is supposed to be a beat writer for the Bills. However, he chose to be an arrogant, self - serving imposter. During the course of his interview on the NFL Channel all he did was point out every flaw that Tuel showed in practice and any negative he could find in his college career. He then ended the interview by, in a rather condescending tone, simply bringing up Tuel's stats from the preseason. As an afterthought he intimated that the Bills had no chance against the Patriots with Tuel at the helm. I really don't know how many practices and game film he watched, but obviously all he seemed to see was a bunch of negatives. I thought I saw an undrafted free agent growing and , to certain extent, progressing at a rapid rate. Whether you are playing the first or third string, progress, leadership, and knowledge are the keystones to success. This is not to say Tuel may not struggle, but at least give the a kid a chance and present some of his measurable good qualities. Mr. Graham were you channeling Stevie Wonder when Tuel was throwing bombs all over the field in practice and in the games? Maybe you were texting during practices. In your job that is tantamount to driving while texting. Maybe you were listening to old Grateful Dead songs when Mr. Whaley was extolling the positives with Jeff. Maybe you were having trouble with your voice recorder when coach Marrone was showing confidence and a firm commitment to Jeff on opening day. This is an all too familiar story line when some unforeseen circumstance happens to the Bills. Some sportswriters just want to drum up readers at the expense of good writing and succinct and honest research. You, are both trivial and boring. I find it inexcusable that you would throw the team you are supposed to be covering under the bus on national TV! Maybe you would like to share your ideas and reasoning with the public. I simply can't find any. By the way, I hear there is an opening on the Boston Globe. I think it is for the mailroom!