Kyle Williams said it himself. The Bills laid an egg in Week 1, but knowing the NFL is a ‘what have you done for me lately’ league he and his teammates are relishing the opportunity to rectify the wrongs of Week 1 in their home opener this Sunday against Kansas City.
“I think this game and the business of it is that you are only as good as your last performance,” said Williams. “Good or bad, outside of locker room and as you view it from the outside in it is easy to say ‘Oh, okay they are bad. End of story.’ This week if we play well and we win, it is ‘Oh, maybe it is not as bad as we thought.’ Maybe it is one of those things. I think in here we view it as one of those things. We laid an egg. There is nothing we can do about it. We turned the ball over and we did not get any turnovers—all kinds of things happened in the game that just piled up on us.
“I think we did the same thing to Kansas City last year first game of the year. They turned the ball over and we scored off of their turnovers. They did not play well enough on defense and boom we blew them out. Then they come back and finish 7-9 last year. Obviously we want to do better than that, but one game does not end the world.”
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