It hasn’t exactly been the easiest year for the Buffalo Bills and first-year head coach Doug Marrone. Much of the problem, once again, has been some inconsistent QB play. Now, that’s also due to some setbacks of a knee injury to draft pick E.J. Manuel, but nontheless, they’re there.
Today, the 5-9 Bills once again trotted out Thad Lewis to man the signal calling position, and early on, things haven’t really gone his way against the division rival Miami Dolphins.
So far, through one quarter, Lewis is just 1-of-7 through the air with 57 yards to show for it.
So naturally, that’s going to frustrate a QB. And Lewis indeed was frustrated, as he exhibited here:
I get the frustration, but I don’t really agree with the way he’s dealing with it. He slams that turf that hard, he could very well injure himself, and then God knows who we’ll see come in the game at QB for Buffalo.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is not walking through that door, Marrone.