Bills head coach Chan Gailey did not mention Buffalo’s losing streak to the Patriots once leading up to last week’s game against New England. Nothing is different this week as he has not mentioned Buffalo’s 10-game winning streak against the Bengals, the longest current streak in the league after New England’s disappeared last Sunday.
“I didn’t say a word about it last week, and I won’t say a word about it this week because all that past stuff, whether you’re on the positive end or the negative end, it doesn’t matter this game,” said Gailey. “All that matters is the guys that are here and the guys that are playing in this game. I know that a big deal is made of it a lot of places, but not in the meeting room it’s not.”
Gailey has been harping on remaining focused on the next opponent and not getting bogged down with all the added media attention both locally and nationally with the team’s 3-0 start.
“I’ve been through this long enough to know you’re never as bad as people say you are and you’re never as good as people say you are,” said Gailey. “You better keep a level head about everything that you do and keep trying to find a way to get better each week.”
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