The Buffalo Bills interviewed tons of coaches during their coaching search, but eventually selected Rex Ryan as their new man. Well Hue Jackson the former Raiders head coach was a little upset he didn’t get the job in Buffalo. He really desired that job, after Doug Marrone left.
“I thought it was the right fit, the right situation. I had a good working knowledge of what they are trying to do, but, hey, it didn’t work out,” Jackson said, via the Cincinnati Enquirer. “Everybody has aspirations, but it’s still got to be the right fit. It’s got to be the right situation. Every head coaching job in the National Football League might not be for me and I might not be for everybody. I think when it’s time it will happen. Until then, I have a really good offensive football team here that, if we can get some luck and stay healthy, we can be one of the better offenses.”
Hue Jackson would have been a good hire in Buffalo, but I feel the Bills still made the best decision for the franchise.