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Stagione 2005 dei Buffalo Bills

La stagione 2005 dei Buffalo Bills è stata la 46esima nella National Football League. La squadra non è stata in grado di migliorare la produzione della stagione precedente di 9-7, finendo invece 5-11. Questa è stata la sesta stagione consecutiva in cui la squadra ha mancato i playoff. Mike Mularkey ha allenato i Bills per il suo secondo anno.

Fuori stagione

Drew Bledsoe, che era stato il quarterback della squadra dal 2002 al 2004, fu svincolato dai Bills dopo la stagione 2004 per far posto al quarterback di riserva J. P. Losman. Era la seconda volta che la squadra di Bledsoe lo lasciava andare per un quarterback più giovane. Quando in seguito Bledsoe è stato firmato dai Dallas Cowboys, ha espresso amarezza con i Bills per la mossa, affermando "Non vedo l'ora di andare a casa e vestire i miei figli con piccole stelle e sbarazzarmi delle cose dell'altra squadra [di Buffalo]". I Bills non riuscirono a rinnovare il tackle difensivo Pat Williams, che avrebbe firmato con i Minnesota Vikings per la stagione 2005. I Bills persero anche il tackle offensivo iniziale Jonas Jennings contro i San Francisco 49ers.

Bozza

Buffalo ha avuto sei scelte al draft del 2005. I Bills scambiarono la loro unica scelta del primo giro nel 2005 con i Dallas Cowboys per salire nel draft precedente, una scelta che usarono per draftare J.P. Losman.

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Personale

Personale

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Orario

Oltre alle loro partite regolari con i rivali dell'AFC East, i Bills hanno giocato con squadre dell'AFC West e NFC South secondo la rotazione del programma, e hanno anche giocato partite intraconference contro Bengals e Texans in base alle posizioni divisionali del 2004.

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Riferimenti

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2005 Buffalo Bills

Offensive StartersQBKelly Holcomb3288155 for 230, 1,509 yards, 10 td, 8 int, & 18 rushes for 11 yards and 1 tdRBWillis McGahee24115325 rushes for 1,247 yards, 5 td, & 28 catches for 178 yards and 0 tdFBDaimon Shelton338111 rush for yards, 0 td, & 13 catches for 98 yards and 1 tdWRLee Evans2411548 catches for 743 yards, 7 td, & 4 rushes for 38 yards and 0 tdWREric Moulds3291581 catches for 816 yards, 4 tdTEMark Campbell3061019 catches for 139 yards, 0 tdLTMike Gandy26316LGBennie Anderson284141 fumble recoveredCTrey Teague316161 fumble recoveredRGChris Villarrial32915RTJason Peters23110Defensive StartersLDEChris Kelsay262162.5 sacks, 1 interception, 1 fumble recoveredLDTSam Adams321193.0 sacks, 0 interceptions, 0 fumbles recoveredRDTTim Anderson251121.0 sacks, 0 interceptions, 0 fumbles recoveredRDEAaron Schobel2841612.0 sacks, 1 interception, 1 fumble recoveredLLBJeff Posey307153.0 sacks, 0 interceptions, 1 fumble recoveredMLBLondon Fletcher307164.0 sacks, 1 interception, 2 fumbles recoveredRLBAngelo Crowell242133.0 sacks, 2 interceptions, 0 fumbles recoveredLCBTerrence McGee252140.0 sacks, 4 interceptions, 2 fumbles recoveredRCBNate Clements264160.0 sacks, 2 interceptions, 1 fumble recoveredSSLawyer Milloy329161.0 sacks, 1 interception, 1 fumble recoveredFSTroy Vincent3513160.0 sacks, 4 interceptions, 2 fumbles recovered
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2005 Buffalo Bills season

46th season in franchise history

The 2005 Buffalo Bills season was their 46th in the National Football League. The team was unable to improve upon their previous season’s output of 9–7, instead finishing 5–11.[1] This was the sixth consecutive season in which the team missed the playoffs.

Mike Mularkey coached the Bills for his second year.[2]

Offseason[edit]

Drew Bledsoe, who had been the team’s quarterback from 2002–2004, was released by the Bills after the 2004 season to make way for backup quarterback J. P. Losman. It was the second time that Bledsoe’s team had let him go for a younger quarterback. When Bledsoe was later signed by the Dallas Cowboys, he expressed bitterness with the Bills for the move, stating "I can't wait to go home and dress my kids in little stars and get rid of the other team’s [Buffalo’s] stuff."[3]

The Bills failed to re-sign defensive tackle Pat Williams, who would sign with the Minnesota Vikings for the 2005 season. The Bills also lost starting offensive tackle Jonas Jennings to the San Francisco 49ers.

Draft[edit]

Main article: 2005 NFL Draft

Buffalo had six draft picks in the 2005 draft. The Bills traded their only first round pick in 2005 to the Dallas Cowboys to move up in the previous draft, a pick they used to draft J. P. Losman.

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Undrafted free agents[edit]

Personnel[edit]

Staff[edit]

Front office
  • Owner/Founder – Ralph Wilson
  • President/General Manager – Tom Donahoe
  • Assistant General Manager – Tom Modrak
  • Director of Pro Personnel – John Guy
  • Coordinator of College Scouting – Doug Majeski

Head coaches

Offensive coaches

Defensive coaches

Special teams coaches

Strength and conditioning

  • Strength and Conditioning Coordinator – Brad Roll
  • Assistant Strength and Conditioning – John Allaire

Roster[edit]

Schedule[edit]

In addition to their regular games with AFC East rivals, the Bills played teams from the AFC West and NFC South as per the schedule rotation, and also played intraconference games against the Bengals and the Texans based on divisional positions from 2004.

Week Date Opponent Result Record Attendance
1 September 11, 2005 Houston TexansW 22–7 1–0 71,781
2 September 18, 2005 at Tampa Bay BuccaneersL 3–19 1–1 64,777
3 September 25, 2005 Atlanta FalconsL 16–24 1–2 72,032
4 October 2, 2005 at New Orleans Saints(San Antonio)L 7–19 1–3 58,688
5 October 9, 2005 Miami DolphinsW 20–14 2–3 72,160
6 October 16, 2005 New York JetsW 27–17 3–3 72,045
7 October 23, 2005 at Oakland RaidersL 17–38 3–4 42,779
8 October 30, 2005 at New England PatriotsL 16–21 3–5 68,756
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10 November 13, 2005 Kansas City ChiefsW 14–3 4–5 72,093
11 November 20, 2005 at San Diego ChargersL 10–48 4–6 65,602
12 November 27, 2005 Carolina PanthersL 9–13 4–7 71,440
13 December 4, 2005 at Miami Dolphins L 23–24 4–8 72,051
14 December 11, 2005 New England Patriots L 7–35 4–9 71,810
15 December 17, 2005 Denver BroncosL 17–28 4–10 71,887
16 December 24, 2005 at Cincinnati BengalsW 37–27 5–10 65,485
17 January 1, 2006 at New York Jets L 26–30 5–11 76,822

Standings[edit]

References[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005_Buffalo_Bills_season
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