Bills head coach Rex Ryan understands the disappointment on the part of the fans in Buffalo’s 3-4 record after seven games. But with the team just a game out of a playoff spot and Ryan confident his team can turn the fortunes of their season around, the Bills sideline boss said now is not the time to jump ship.
“It’s still going to be a huge climb. It’s hard to get in the playoffs. It’s hard to get into the playoffs in this league, but we’re one game out of that picture, with the other teams having four wins, I’m sure that helps. For us, everything we want is still in front of us. We have nine games left-the sky is not falling. I know, we’re three and four-we expected this and this—I get it. I get it. I certainly understand where fans are coming from, the disappointment. But don’t make the mistake of stopping believing. Don’t make that mistake.”
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