BUFFALO, NY - The Buffalo Bills' season is officially over. The Bills finished with a 30-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. The win closes the door on a 6-10 season that saw the Bills miss the playoffs for a 10th straight year.
Today players will be back at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park to clean out their lockers.
Meanwhile, the Bills' front office is looking ahead to the future of the team. Newly promoted General Manager Buddy Nix, CEO Russ Brandon, and owner Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. are expected to continue interviews this week for a new head coach.
ESPN reports Wilson and Brandon met with former Pittsburgh Steelers' coach Bill Cowher last week to gauge his interest in returning to coaching.
Interim head coach Perry Fewell said Sunday that he will interview for the job this week.
Buffalo Bills Web Extras:
- Ed Kilgore's As I See It: "Bills Need Coach and QB, but Not RB"
- Stu Boyar: "Looking Ahead after Dismall Season"
- Ben Hayes: "Nice Finish, What Happens Now?"