By Tim Graham
NFL.com analyst Daniel Jeremiah wrote an interesting piece that explored the importance of sacks when it comes to playing championship football.
Jeremiah's premise: Teams that disrupt quarterbacks should have greater success than those geared to stop the run. He noted four of the past five Super Bowl winners finished among the top three in sacks and the past three finished in the bottom half of the NFL in run defense.
He listed the Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers and Tennessee Titans as teams that best addressed this issue over the offseason and are now playoff contenders for 2012.
Let's take a look at some other Bills links:
* Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com blogs about the passing of cartoonist Kevin Weil, who drew Bills game-day program covers in the AFL days.
* Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com proposes defensive tackle Marcell Dareus will have the biggest breakout season for Buffalo this year.
*Third-year pro Arthur Moats wants to be known more for his versatility than his Brett Favre hit, writes BuffaloBills.com writer Jared Kracker.
* Kalamazoo Gazette reporter David Drew writes about Western Michigan kicker John Potter. Bills special-teams coordinator Bruce DeHaven wants to "get 70 percent touchbacks out of him."