Thought this was an interesting (and appropriately sarcastic) article in the Buffalo News today:
It was easy to overlook amid the carnage, but a few of the Bills' beleaguered first-round draft choices achieved personal milestones on Sunday. Hold your applause until the end.
Donte Whitner and Leodis McKelvin each had his first interception of the season. Otherwise, McKelvin had a horrendous afternoon. He said he had competed well, which shows an understanding for how low the standard is these days for the Bills' former top picks.
John McCargo was active for the first time and had an assisted tackle. Aaron Maybin played again. Maybin didn't have a tackle in his nine snaps, but he looked sharp in his suit afterwards.
C.J. Spiller, back after missing two games with a hamstring injury, set a career rushing high with 35 yards, thanks largely to his first 20-yard gain from scrimmage this season.
I know it's premature to label Spiller a bust. He's played 10 games in the NFL. He was thrown into a tough situation in camp. But three-quarters of the way into his rookie year, it's fair to say that Spiller has been a disappointment.
The NFL is set up for bad teams to get good quickly. The key is personnel decisions. Bad teams make bad ones consistently, and therefore waste their opportunities. Let us all hope that Holmgren/Heckert combination has finally solved that dilemma for Cleveland.
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