Brian Moorman got one of the loudest roars in the stadium on Sunday, and his first punt that went out of bounds at the half-yard line got one of the louder responses from the crowd as well. Moorman was appreciative of the support Bills fans gave him in his return to Ralph Wilson Stadium.
“Just the emotion of them cheering for me, it brought kind of chills to me and got me in the moment, but that’s me every Sunday,” said Moorman. “I just want to win, and that’s the most important thing, so that’s the disappointing part about (Sunday), but I know that we’ll get things on track and we’ll be moving in the right direction.”
Moorman is encouraged by the communication he has had with the coaches since he’s been back with the team.
“Coach Marrone and Coach Crossman have been awesome all week with me, just kind of talking through what they want and I think it’s a great fit,” Moorman said. “I feel confident out there in the fact that the organization has confidence in me. I’m a big believer in confidence breeding confidence, and by them signing me and signing me home that made me feel pretty good, and then of course knowing the fans were confident, that helped too.”
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