Milloy will complement Bills' young corners
Updated: September 4, 2003, 12:02 PM ETBy By Darrell Trimble | NFL Insider
With the possible exception of the NFC South, the AFC East is considered the toughest, most balanced division in football. So much so that the Buffalo Bills, who finishes in the cellar last year at 8-8, were only one game out of first place. The reason the Bills aren't wearing the division crown is simple -- their defense gave up more ground than the French Army. So the front office went to work this offseason and signed big-name defensive free agents like linebackers Takeo Spikes and Jeff Posey, and tackle Sam Adams. Those moves made the Bills the chic pick as an up-and-coming team that would reach the postseason, but there was still something missing.
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