Bills Boot Two More Coaches

BUFFALO – The Buffalo Bills have fired two more coaches.

Wide Receivers Coach, Terry Robiskie, was fired on Wednesday, and Special Teams Coordinator, Danny Crossman, on Thursday.

During the 2018 season, only one Bills wide-receiver had at least one 100-yard receiving game. Robert Foster was the lone receiver to hit that mark, and he accomplished it three times.

Buffalo also hasn’t had a receiver hit 1,000 yards receiving in a season since 2015, when Sammy Watkins hit the mark.

On the special teams side, the Bills had the worst ranked special teams in the league in 2018.

Buffalo ranked 31st in total gross and net averages for punting, and were 24th in the league in kickoff returning.

Offensive line coach Juan Castillo was fired earlier this week.

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