By Nick Shook
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After two weeks, the Bills were on the brink of disaster. A house cleaning seemed to be an inevitability. The only thing left to be decided was when it would happen.
The first domino — offensive coordinator Greg Roman — fell less than 24 hours after Buffalo lost to the New York Jets on Thursday Night Football. Ryan put his time in Buffalo on the line with someone he trusted, Anthony Lynn, assistant head coach and running backs coach, and in turn shifted the focus to his running back, who should have been starring in a run-first approach.
Since then, the Bills have won four straight. LeSean McCoy‘s output nearly doubled in their first game with Lynn calling the plays, rushing for 110 yards and two touchdowns on just two additional carries (17) in a 33-18 win over Arizona. McCoy racked up another 150 yards two weeks later in a 30-19 win over Los Angeles. Continue reading