"When Marrone Interviewed, He Must Have Been Extremely Impressive": Six Writers Talking Themselves Into New Bills Coach Doug MarroneIsaac Rauch1/06/13 4:15pmFiled to: doug marronePassive-aggressivenessBuffalo BillsSyracuse OrangemenNflFootballCoaching CarouselNewsSportsGettypic17EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkChan Gailey was pretty much a washout from the start for the Bills, and fans who withstood his 16-32 record there are understandably happy to have him gone. Still—who's the new guy? Doug Marrone is: Syracuse's former coach, a one-time offensive coordinator under Sean Peyton, and...that's kind of it. Marrone may well be a miracle-worker, but when the new top guy's best qualification is taking an awful Syracuse football program and nudging it to a mediocre .500 record over four years (11-17 in the Big East), the news reports of his signing with the Bills—in the midst of far sexier coaching searches—will inevitability feature some inadvertently damning facts and strained attempts to sell this as great news. Here are our favorites.