Bills captain Eric Wood was one of the players who spoke after their most disappointing performance of the season at Tampa Bay in Week 14 in the postgame locker room. The performance and professionalism of the entire roster from that point forward has him convinced that the player to player accountability is where it needs to be heading into the offseason.
Wood felt that player accountability was brought back to the level of expectation they’ve had for each other for most of the 2013 season. He knows that needs to continue to grow and be passed on to the newcomers to Buffalo’s roster this offseason.
“This year we showed at times that when people are willing to do whatever it takes and put in the work, we can be a really good football team,” Wood said. “That’s with a lot of young guys, a lot of injuries at key positions. But in the same sense, we showed how bad we can be when we take things for granted. Moving forward, a lot of us learned lessons with that this year and hopefully we wont have to address it again.”
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