I can usually come up with a slew of "Hit its" that are really just my attempt at keeping us Bills fans sane and upbeat and away from the dark hole of giving up. But I really don't know if I'll be able to come up with more than one or two this week. That's not me slipping back into the negativity I've broken away from, it's just me keepin' it real. Let's play.
Hit it! Aaron Schobel. Your 3 sacks tied your career high. Your two forced fumbles had great potential to turn the game in our favor (or at least put some points on the board) but it's not your fault nothing came of them. Please don't retire. We still need you. Don't you wanna see the playoffs as Bill before you leave? It could happennnn!
Quit it! Marshawn Lynch. Ok, some might say I'm being unfair by singling you out because Freddy J didn't have a productive game either, with only 37 yards. BUT, unfortunately you only had 3 and that is not only pathetic but not surprising at all and I've been calling for you to have a lesser role on the offense all season and I'm not going to stop now. I could apologize but I'm not really sorry. You haven't produced, lived up to your "potential" and therefore I can't really call myself a fan of yours.
Quit it! Brian Brohm. It wasn't anything you did or didn't do. 146 yards is ok, it's decent, it's not horrible. But I'd rather have Ryan Fitzpatrick in there for the final game. He has a stronger connection and more experience with our receivers and that's what we need to get in a groove. Fingers crossed he's healthy.
Hit it! Run D. I guess you should be applauded for doing a solid job holding the Falcons to 157 yards, which is slightly better than you usually manage.
Quit it! Roscoe Parrish. I'm not sure what you've done for us on special teams (besides fumbling) so I'm pretty sure that's an indication that your services are no longer needed.
Quickest "Hit it and Quit it" ever!