It feels like all hands are on deck for the Buffalo Bills as their 2023 NFL season is starting to fall off the wayside.
The Bills have dropped two consecutive games, though their most recent loss to the Denver Broncos is beyond concerning.
Against Denver, the Buffalo offense failed to get much going through the air.
Josh Allen hasn’t been as efficient throwing the football, while the ground game continues to leave much to be desired.
After the loss, more drama came out when Stefon Diggs’ brother Trevon tweeted that he wanted to see the wide receiver leave the team.
Although the team is sitting at 5-5, former players like Shane Vereen summed up what the organization looks like to the outside world via NBC.
“Chaos. It just seems like chaos and dismay,” Vereen said.
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Vereen points out that the players and coaching staff don’t seem like they’re on the same page and that the locker room isn’t talking to each other.
Losing has a cascading effect throughout a team, and with such high expectations coming into the season it wouldn’t be surprising to hear that the Bills are starting to splinter.
Winning at the professional level in any sport is incredibly difficult, and it takes everyone rowing in the same direction to get to where they want to go.
Right now, though, it feels like this is a lost season for Buffalo which is massively disappointing considering how they’ve looked in recent years.NEXT: LeSean McCoy Reacts To Stefon Diggs’ Response Over Brother's Comments