As usual, Nickell Robey-Coleman wasn't dodging the issue. He said the Bills haven't forgotten the cheap shot that Miami wideout Jarvis Landry laid on safety Aaron Williams in the team's first meeting in October, leaving Williams with neck and head injuries that might have ended his career. Robey-Coleman said the hit still lingers with his team.
"Yes, it does," he said Tuesday in the Buffalo dressing room. "It does. That's a situation that's not going to be dealt with 'til Saturday. The game is going to put that in our hands. I mean, we all know that he gets the ball a lot. The game's going to put us in position to make those type of plays on him."
Robey-Coleman was asked if he would be more inclined to have his head on a swivel in Saturday's rematch at New Era Field.
"I don't think I should keep my head on a swivel," he said. "I definitely think it should be vice versa. As a true professional, you shouldn't do those things. We got families. We got kids. We got a livelihood. the last thing you want to do is target somebody and take them out."
So it's sort of a mixed message from the veteran nickel back. You don't target opponents and try to injure them, but you take your shots when you have the chance in the flow of the game. But if I were Landry, I'd be wary on Saturday.