Bills headed for a winless season?

New York Jets' Dwight Lowery sacks Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.  (REUTERS/Doug Benz)

New York Jets' Dwight Lowery sacks Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. (REUTERS/Doug Benz)

MIKE ZEISBERGER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 6:17 PM ET

While there no longer are any undefeated teams in the NFL, at least the hapless Buffalo Bills still have a chance to run the table.

Yes, dreams (or should that be nightmares) of a winless season are still within the grasps of the Bills and Carolina Panthers, who both dropped to 0-5 with their respective losses Sunday.

What in the name of Jim Kelly and Thurman Thomas is going on in Orchard Park?

"I don't know," Bills running back Fred Jackson said after a 36-26 loss to a Jacksonville Jaguars team that didn't punt once all day.

We don't either, Fred.

But we do know this: the Bills have home games remaining against the Detroit Lions Nov. 14 and Cleveland Browns Dec. 11. At this point, those appear to be the ONLY potential wins on the sked, especially given the awful way this team is playing.

The Bills are 0-5 for the first time since 1985. They have allowed 30 points in four consecutive games, which has never happened before.

The team's fight song is: "The Bills Make Me Want To Shout." Right now, all their fans want to do is "pout."


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