In the lead-up to Sunday's Week 5 NFL action, Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk asked SB Nation writers to name a "bold move" that their team could make to turn around (or improve) their team's fortunes.
Of course, the question was posed after the Buffalo Bills had already named Kyle Orton their starting quarterback, so my thunder was stolen a bit on that one. The Orton era began well enough, with the veteran signal-caller completing 30-of-43 passes for 308 yards with a touchdown and an interception in a 17-14 win over the Detroit Lions.
Let's open this question up for community discussion, then: what other bold personnel move could the Bills make to turn the end of their losing streak into the start of a winning streak this Sunday in New England? Might they do something like, say, keeping rookie Cyril Richardson in the starting lineup? Giving more playing time to Chris Gragg? How about finding a way to get Corey Graham back into the defensive backfield rotation more heavily? Let's hear your ideas.
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