• Gailey says quarterback isn’t an issue, but it soon could be

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Oct 8, 2012
    “There’s more knowledge in that defensive room about the defensive side of the ball than I could ever have,” said Gailey.  “He went for tests today here,” said Chan Gailey.  “We’re just fine there,” coach Chan Gailey said after Sunday’s 45-3 loss to the 49ers regarding the quarterback position, via Tim Graham of the Buffalo News.  “After last week I’m not going to go in there and hit a panic button and demand what’s going on after one game,” said Gailey in his weekly appearance on WGR Sportsradio 550.  Though $7.25 million isn’t much to pay to a starting quarterback these days, they could pay a lot less to a first-round or second-round rookie who could then come in and start right away, like five other rookies have done this season and each of them has at times looked very good. As the Bills continue to struggle and as quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick continues to play like something other than the guy to whom they paid all that money in 2011, an obvious question is percolating.
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