The Buffalo Bills beat the New England Patriots this weekend and it felt great, but you know who the biggest difference maker was? Jon Feliciano!
Yes, if you watched the Buffalo Bills this year, the offensive line play has been a hot mess. The Bills were missing Jon Feliciano badly, and yesterday it showed. The Bills offensive line was opening holes every play. The Bills were running behind Jon Feliciano and when they did the running backs were both eating.
Both Devin Singletary and Zach Moss had 80 plus yards rushing. They both averaged 6 yards a carry and on one play, Feliciano grabbed Zach Moss and pulled him into the touchdown.
The Bills coaching staff has a process, and they have been wanting everyone to buy into their system. They have been doing everything that can to do that. Last week, the Bills made a move on the offensive line that had people scratching their heads. The Bills cut ties with Quinton Spain who was guaranteed 5 million dollars this year.
Spain was not happy that he was benched for his poor play. He was benched and the Bills started Brian Winters over him as well as Cody Ford. Spain was a stud in Buffalo, but he stopped believing in the process. The team was a lot nicer than me, and they released him, honoring his hard work.
How does Spain respond? He takes a shot at the Bills on Twitter after his new team gets a win.
Spain signed with the Bengals practice squad and was called up this week by the team. Spain would help the Bengals get a win then he took a shot at the Bills saying he was happy to be apart of a great organization.
Well, I have though about it long enough and I know what the Bills need to do. They need to give Jon Feliciano, Quinton Spain’s money. Right now it is dead money, but they need to get that money and pay Feliciano.
Feliciano is a true member of the BillsMafia. He has 250k dollars guaranteed this year in his contract. It is time to change that up a little bit and the Bills need to lock him down. Feliciano is a free agent at the end of the year, and he needs to be kept long term. It is safe to say the Bills made the right decision to keep Feliciano over Spain.
PAY THE MAN!