We're three weeks into Sean McDermott's first season as a head coach at any level of football. How are things going?
"Probably better than many expected," Vic Carucci wrote. Sure, his press conferences are boring, but McDermott's team is proficient in basic competency, which couldn't always be said for Rex Ryan's teams.
Kelly walks back comments: Bills legend Jim Kelly said his emotions got the best of him when he openly criticized the team's best player Monday. Kelly didn't exactly apologize, but said he exchanged texts with LeSean McCoy and had a conversation with Jerry Hughes and believes things are "all good" between them.
Will these protests ever end? Or maybe a better question is, should they end? The key words continue to be "respect for each other," Bucky Gleason wrote.
Snap counts: Jay Skurski analyzed the Bills' Week Three snap counts here. Receiver Andre Holmes' play time dipped to 22 snaps while Kaelin Clay was up to 15.
This week's broadcaster: Greg Gumble has the call for CBS, with Trent Green doing commentary and Jamie Erdahl on the sideline.
Better than Gilmore? Bills cornerbacks Tre'Davious White and E.J. Gaines both have higher Pro Football Focus grades than Stephon Gilmore this season.
Playoffs? Say that one with your best Jim Mora impression. But at 2-1, one site gives the Bills a 32 percent chance of making the postseason.
Check out this throwback: LeSean McCoy posted a picture of a newspaper article from his draft night. His dad had to wipe Shady's tears away as he spoke with then-Eagles coach Andy Reid on the phone.
Around the NFL: Chiefs kicker Cairo Santos (groin) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. The team signed a rookie to fill in.
Bills trivia: When was the last time the Bills won a game on Monday Night Football? That and more in Tuesday's installment.
Podcast: How is Sean McDermott doing with clock management?
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