The Buffalo Bills have mailed it in three weeks in a row - their most recent pathetic effort a 35-8 drubbing at the hands of the Miami Dolphins - so for at least one post-game recap, we're going to mail it in here at Buffalo Rumblings, too. We feel it's only fair.
It was a bad day on the injury report for the Bills. Our unofficial list of players that got dinged up to a certain degree: Fred Jackson, C.J. Spiller, Stevie Johnson, Donald Jones, David Nelson, Brad Smith and Terrence McGee. Some of those players finished the game; most didn't. For a beat up football team, it was tough to watch that many more players go down. Jones and McGee were both carted off the field. That list speaks to the level of physical domination inflicted on the Bills for a third straight game.
As for what happened on the field: the offense stunk, the defense was worse, and even the special teams got in on the act, as the Dolphins' lone second-half score was a punt block return for a touchdown. The Bills have been outscored 106-26 in the last three games. They stink; they have clearly been the NFL's worst team in the month of November. They get the New York Jets - the team that started this embarrassing slide - next week.