When Zay Jones failed to haul in a fourth-down pass late in Sunday's 9-3 loss to the Panthers, Andre Reed knew how he felt.
In fact, Reed, the Hall of Famer, used to keep a journal of every pass he thought he should've caught.
Reed took drops hard, and so did Jones. But it happens, Reed told Jay Skurski. What matters is how you react.
“We're all human, and some of the greatest ones have been in a slump,” Reed said. “Michael Jordan has. Roger Federer has. All the great athletes in their respective sports have. You've got to be able to forget it and move on, because it's going to happen again."
Trap game? Broncos coach Vance Joseph doesn't see the Bills as a trap game. “It’s the NFL. It’s a hard league," he said, "so to say it’s a ‘trap game’ in this league, that’s disrespectful to your opponent."
"What a great city to raise our first son in," new Bills kicker Steven Hauschka said in a conversation about life and football with Kimberley A. Martin. But he also wanted to talk about racial inequality: "I’d love to see my son grow up in a place where everyone is treated equally,” he said.
Beating the odds: The Bills have 18 undrafted players on their roster. They're aware of each other.
"As me and my guy Ryan Davis say, 'We're from the mud,' " defensive lineman Eddie Yarbrough said.
Podcast: Vic Carucci and Jay Skurski break down the upcoming game and why the Bills' offense is struggling in the latest [BN] Blitz podcast.
Mailbag: Is the Bills-Dolphins rivalry gone for good?
Could the Bills get out of Cordy Glenn's contract if they wanted to? That was one mailbag question Jay Skurski wanted to answer more in depth. It seems like the Bills could part ways with him after this season, but should they?
Advanced stats: Broncos QB Trevor Siemian leads the NFL in passing touchdowns, but what do the advanced stats say?
Are more London games coming? It seems that way. But at least they're selling out, unlike games in Los Angeles.
Mike Tirico on the Bills: NBC broadcaster Mike Tirico joined the Daily Drive podcast to share his thoughts on the Bills.
Thursday night game: Sammy Watkins, Robert Woods and the Rams held off Marquise Goodwin and the 49ers, 41-39, in a much more entertaining game than was expected. Former Bills cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman had an interception and a fumble recovery for the Rams while Watkins and Woods each logged over 100 yards receiving.
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