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Buffalo Bills 2006 Season Totals

  Bills Season Totals  
Week Opponent Points W/L Offense effect Net effect Defense effect
1 Patriots 17 L 61.55 -65.03 126.58
2 Dolphins 16 W 90.20 58.48 31.72
3 Jets 20 L 66.07 -38.13 104.20
4 Vikings 17 W 145.40 114.15 31.25
5 Bears 7 L 16.33 -158.03 174.37
6 Lions 17 L 65.17 11.58 53.58
7 Patriots 6 L 39.85 -77.08 116.93
8 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
9 Packers 24 W 32.00 -25.25 57.25
10 Colts 16 L 59.48 -50.02 109.50
11 Texans 24 W 61.62 -12.83 74.45
12 Jaguars 27 W 61.07 -50.13 111.20
13 Chargers 21 L 54.58 -45.98 100.57
14 Jets 31 W 77.08 34.12 42.97
15 Dolphins 21 W 89.88 89.88 0.00
16 Titans 29 L 117.22 -29.05 146.27
17 Ravens 7 L 39.00 -40.05 79.05
Playoff 1 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Playoff 2 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Playoff 3 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Playoff 4 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Regular Season Avg 67.28 -17.71 84.99
Playoff Avg x 0.00 0.00 0.00

 

Notes: Can we say Yuck!! Even though for a season average they got into the Yellow Zone with a 67.28 performance, the Bills obviously have work to do with their offense for 2007.

With their net effect at -17.7 their defense needs work also. We expect if the Bills improve their offensive performance their defense will improve some. Looking ahead to 2007 we believe the Bills should have done just what they did, draft both offensive and defensive players with a slight preference to the offensive side of the ball. Their number 1 pick was Cal running back Marshawn Lynch, with their second pick they tool Penn State linebacker Paul Posluszny. The Bills would seem to have a long way to go to make the playoffs in 2007, we'll be watching.