Bills head coach Chan Gailey was direct in admitting that his quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has had his share of struggles of late, but he was also quick to back his starting signal caller 100 percent.
When asked if he had any questions about Fitzpatrick moving forward Gailey said pretty emphatically that he did not.
“No, none, zero,” said Gailey. “We’ve all seen him do it. We know he can do it. I think as soon as we continue to work on getting everybody on the same page I think Fitz would be fine. If that was my biggest problem I don’t think I’d have any problems.”
As far as Gailey is concerned the offensive issues particularly in the passing game stretch beyond just the quarterback.
“He had a rough couple of weeks a few weeks back, then I thought he started to play better two weeks prior to this last week,” said Gailey. “He missed a couple that he normally hits, but he made some great throws. I talked with the whole team about consistency and that’s where we are. Everybody has got to be consistent. I have to help Ryan make sure we’re all on the same page and getting the receivers to do the things that he thinks they need to do and get it back to the way it was earlier in the season.”
Tags: Chan Gailey, Ryan Fitzpatrick
Posted in Inside the Bills