Yes, the Bills finished the 2013 campaign with the same record they finished with in their previous two seasons. The only difference is Buffalo’s players see the frustrations of 2013 snowballing into motivation to prevent that from happening in 2014.
That according to Aaron Williams, who had his most successful season in a Bills uniform in transitioning from cornerback to safety.
“It definitely should have been better, and it will be better and next year we have a high standard for ourselves,” said Williams of the team’s won-loss record. “We know that 6-10 record should have been 10-6 or 12-4. It shouldn’t have been 6-10. We’re going to carry that with a chip on our shoulders for the offseason, come back in minicamp and do better.”
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