The Bills losing streak to the Patriots is well documented. It’s at 12 games and counting and is the longest in Patriots franchise history over another opponent. But the players won’t be thinking about the streak at all when they take the field Sunday.
“I don’t think you can go out there and think about the streak,” said Donte Whitner. “We have to focus on that one football game. If you’re thinking about the streak it can discourage you if you think about that. I think we have an opportunity to go out and do something special especially in light of the things that have happened this season. If we can go out and win this football game it will say a lot about our coaching staff and our players and where we want to go.”
“Every game is a new game and I think they’re a different team than we played at the beginning of the season,” said Brian Moorman. “It’s just a matter of going out and playing our game and stick to our game plan that coach Fewell and the other coaches have put together and hopefully come out victorious.”
“You take the field Sunday with one purpose and one purpose only and that’s to win that game,” said Chris Kelsay. “We know what (the streak) is, there’s no doubt about it, but Sunday is all business. We’ll go out there try to play our best football and get a win doing it.”
The only people that will be thinking about it at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday will be the Bills fans, who will no doubt be hoping against hope that this awful streak can come to an end.
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