Bills WR Mike Williams is a player who will give it to you straight. There’s no sugar coating anything with Williams. So when he was asked about the significance of Sunday’s season-opening win at Chicago, Williams didn’t see it carrying a whole lot of weight. When asked if Sunday’s victory was a statement win Williams said it won’t mean much if they don’t follow it up with another.
“Really nothing. I don’t think it does anything, that’s not our goal,” Williams said of Sunday’s victory. “If we go and lose 15-straight, we’re 1-15. It don’t do nothing. We need to get ready for Week Two and hopefully we’ll be 2-0 next week. We just look at it as we’re 1-0, we’re happy, we go on to Miami.”
Williams’ approach was a collective one in Buffalo’s locker room Monday, which is a healthy outlook. As important as the win was in Chicago the players aren’t reveling in the win knowing it was just one game. The team sounds like they’re focused more on getting their next victory than enjoying the one they got Sunday.
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