In Week 2 and Week 3 the Bills looked like a solid football team with a physical style. Those performances however were in stark contrast to what Buffalo put on the field in Weeks 1 and on Sunday against New England. Head coach Chan Gailey wants consistency moving forward from every one of his players now with a quarter of the season in the books.
“It looks like we’re feast or famine,” he said. “We either play pretty good or we play pretty bad. We’ve got to get out of that as we go make the next step to be a good football team. You can’t do that.”
For Ryan Fitzpatrick he’s most troubled by the fact that the team rarely has an answer or means of stemming the tide when the Patriots start rolling.
“We beat them last year and we were up three touchdowns in the other game and we were up two touchdowns in this game and that’s what the most frustrating thing is,” said Fitzpatrick. “For some reason in these games, especially versus these guys, when they start rolling we unfortunately haven’t had an answer. We’ve got to figure out why and we’ve got to obviously try to put a stop to that, but we didn’t have an answer today.”
At 2-2 the Bills realize they better find some answers in short order.
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