You wouldn't think that a rival's sports network (New England Sports Network) would be a source of off-season humor, but I found this article to be HILARIOUS as it describes the off-season missteps of the AFC East Teams.
The Jason Taylor drama/saga came in number 5, but I loved the read about the analysis of the Buffalo Bills off-season moves and draft performance.
very funny stuff...
Regarding Joe McKnight's minicamp digestive debacle:
Joe McKnight, who puked at rookie camp. (Side note: Do you realize how difficult it is to toss your cookies at rookie camp? They run around in shorts and no pads, go from drill to drill and try to learn the fundamentals of the playbook. They're not exactly walking to school uphill in the snow both ways here.)
Regarding the Buffalo Bills questionable moves:
2. Bills forget to show up for the draft
Running back C.J. Spiller might turn out to be a superstar, but he can't play quarterback or help out a paper-thin offensive line. They didn’t address the O-line until the fifth round, but instead used a third-round pick on a defensive end who might be a fourth-stringer. Buffalo also passed multiple times on quarterbacks Jimmy Clausen and Colt McCoy. Failure is one thing, but Buffalo's draft performance was downright obnoxious.
1. Bills hire Chan Gailey
He failed to win a playoff game in two seasons as the Cowboys head coach, and Georgia Tech never finished in the top 25 during his six years as the boss there. Gailey was the Chiefs' offensive coordinator in 2009, but he was canned during the preseason. Naturally, the Bills believed the best has yet to come for the 58-year-old, who was hired as their head coach in January.