The Bills finished the 2009 season ranked first in the AFC and tied for second in the league in interceptions with 28. Through the first quarter of the season Buffalo is still looking for their first INT and it’s not sitting well with the men in the locker room.
”We need turnovers,” said Jairus Byrd. “We have to go out and execute and play our game. We go in with the same mindset (each week), nothing really changes. We’ve just got to execute.”
Buffalo’s lone takeaway came in the New England game in Week 3 when Byrd recovered a fumble that was forced by Drayton Florence. Other than that it’s been slim pickings for the Bills defenders.
”We’re still the same guys, we still have the same guys in here,” said Donte Whitner. “I know there are a lot of people in panic mode and there’s not a reason to be in panic mode but if we change our mentality on the football field we’ll be a better football team.”
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