Bills offensive co-captain Fred Jackson made his weekly appearance Monday morning on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, and said the offensive unit as a whole did not do enough to help lift the team to a road win at Houston Sunday. With all the talk from the fan base about making changes including at starting quarterback, Jackson dismissed sweeping change as a solution.
“This is a long season. It’s only Week 4,” said Jackson. “We can’t go into panic mode and try to change everything and revamp this and that. We have 12 games left in the season. We’ve got to respond. It’s not only on EJ to respond to the last two weeks. It’s on all of us. I can’t sit here and say all the blame goes to EJ because it doesn’t. We’ve got to get stuff done and every player on our team has to improve including myself. It’s not one of those things where I’m going to say bench EJ and put Kyle (Orton) in and it’s going to magically be better. I don’t think benching him is the right answer. I think we have to go in and re-evaluate everything that we’re doing and that’s how we’ll find the answers.”
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