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WILLIAMS ON THE SPOT

As a Buffalo Bills fan for more than 40 years, I believe this season Gregg Williams must prove himself as a leader and head coach. The last two years the Bills finished last in their division, and Williams' record is 11-21. This is not good, and more discipline is needed on this team for it to be competitive, no matter who they draft.

The bottom line is that the Bills must at least win their division, or Williams should be out.

Back in 1962 when Lou Saban took over as head coach, he had the Bills in the playoffs by 1963. By 1964, he built a powerhouse in Buffalo and won the championship that year and in 1965.

He put together the best front four we ever had with Tom Sestak, Ron McDole, Jim Dunaway and Tom Day.

Lou Saban in the mid-1960s was to Buffalo what Vince Lombardi was to Green Bay at that same time period, and both coaches were very disciplined and got the best out of their players. Unfortunately, I do not see this quality in Williams.

BOB CLARK
Cheektowaga

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