If your wondering how one of the high priced Bills feels about the teams recent performances, just ask defensive tackle Kyle Williams.
“We stink,” Williams said. “We have stunk the last two weeks.” Williams said. “It seems we have a long, long way to go. We have to figure out a way to get better.” I am still optimistic about where we could go. “There’s a difference between being disappointed and discouraged. We’ve got a lot of football left to play, but that being said, we have to get a lot better fast.”
At 2-3, the Bills seemed to have it going their way up 21-14 over the Pats in the third quarter last week. Instead, New England ran off 38 points, winning 52-28.
Sunday in San Fran, the Bills were blown out without a fight, losing to the 49ers 45-3.
The Bills high-priced defense has given up a combined 1,201 yards a franchise mark and the most by an NFL team in consecutive weeks since 1950, when the New York Yanks allowed 1,227
Following a franchise worst 5,938 yards surrendered last season, the Bills raised expectations by signing defensive end Mario Williams to a six-year, $100 million contract and tackle Mark Anderson to a four-year $27 million deal.
The Bills have been outscored 90-17 over the past six quarters. Against New England, Buffalo became only the second NFL team to allow two receivers and two rushers to break 100 yards and against the 49ers the Bills became the first team to allow 300 yards passing and 300 yards rushing.
“You can use a number of words including some I can’t say right now,” linebacker Kelvin Sheppard said. “Embarrassing, disgusting in those numbers. I wouldn’t use the word shocked just disappointed and disgusted.”