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[BN] Blitz newsletter: Why does Tre'Davious White cry on the sideline?

Many players will tell you that their few bad plays stick out much more in their minds than all of their good plays. But Bills rookie cornerback Tre'Davious White seems to take that to the extreme.

Twice this season, White has said that he felt like he blew the game for the Bills. The first time, they came back and won against the Buccaneers. The second time was after last week's rout against the Jets. Neither one was really his fault, but that didn't stop White from crying on the sideline last game. Why is he so hard on himself?

"They know how I am," he told Jerry Sullivan. "I'm very emotional about this game, because I put so much into it and not to get the results I feel I deserve from the work I put in, it's devastating. It's hurtful. On the field, I never let it bother me.

"After the game, that's when I go into my depression."

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