The Buffalo Bills are staying the rebuilding path with Chan Gailey. The Bills head coach will not have to worry about his job as general manager Buddy Nix is firmly in his corner.
“I think Chan is the best — he’s one of the best offensive coaches in the league. We’re playing three phases of our team — two of them are playing well and we have to get the other one up to par.”
Gailey is in the middle of his third season as Bills coach and Nix said that “He’s got a year – or more,”
Nix told the Buffalo News that it is time for the Bills to commit to a rebuilding project. “The age-old thing — and they’ve done it around here for years — is to start over about every three years. What that does is make damn sure you don’t make it.”
The Bills have gone through five coaches since Marv Levy retired 15 years ago. Nix said some of those changes were made to satisfy the fan base.
Nix also told the paper that while the Bills will draft a franchise quarterback soon the teams biggest problem is its last ranked defense.