Darryl Talley spent 14 years in the NFL, 12 with the Buffalo Bills. He endured four Super Bowl defeats, but was a part of a winning team eight of his final nine seasons in Western New York. The current cast of characters haven't won more than seven games since 2004, and last made the playoffs in 1999.
And Talley, who tweets in his spare time, is fed up. Well, he was fed up about 15 minutes into Sunday's Bills-Dolphins debaclement. For example:
"what a disgrace to professional football! I'm embarrassed 4 them"
"The Bills are being ran through like sh*t through a goose!"
"I've seen better powder puff games that were coached by nuns."
"The Bills should have to walk back to Buffalo!"
"The good people of Buffalo don't deserve this . I'm very serious right now."
"Does anyone out there have 1 billion I can borrow? I'd like 2 buy the Bills and give back 2 the good people of Buffalo the team they deserve"
The Democrat and Chronicle's Sal Maiorana adds this:
Ralph Wilson, the man Talley would have to fork over that 1 billion to and who is rarely at a loss for words, said: "Listen fellas, you saw the game, just like I did. There's nothing for me to say. What can I say?"So, right, things could be better in Buffalo. On the upside, the Bills have a win this season, Terrell Owens remains relatively well behaved, and J.P. Losman is no longer the team's franchise quarterback. It's all about perspective.
In truth, there really isn't anything Wilson could say that would please Bills fans right now. Except, of course, that he plans on firing Jauron sooner rather than later, though all he would offer on that subject was: "No comment."