The Buffalo Bills spent a Top 5 NFL Draft pick and $174.9 million in building their starting defensive line quartet. In three separate draft classes, they've spent six of their nine picks in the first three rounds on defenders (three defensive tackles, a middle linebacker and two cornerbacks); four of those six picks are currently starters.
Buffalo did all of this - built a strong-on-paper defensive line and got bigger and more physical in the back seven - to try to better compete with not just every offense they face, but particularly those of their division rivals: the New England Patriots, New York Jets and Miami Dolphins.
The Bills have played two division games thus far in 2012. They're 0-2 in those games, and in those losses to the Pats and Jets, they've surrendered a whopping, disgusting, and unfathomable 100 points. I only briefly considered a career as a math teacher more than a decade ago (true story), so my division is a little rusty, but I'm pretty sure that's 50 points per game.
Brad Wells of SBNation.com states the obvious in the above video: coordinator Dave Wannstedt and the Bills need to go back to the drawing board.