Bills center Eric Wood joined Mike Schopp and The Bulldog as part of "Football Monday" on WGR-550 AM. Wood talks about the difference in 2017's 4-2 versus 2016's same record at this time in the year, losing a shoe midgame, the legacy of Joe Thomas' streak, the idea of momentum in sports, the turnover late due to Tre'Davious White's forced fumble and "scoring too quick" in the course of the game.
Wood finished up chatting about the breakout game of Deonte Thompson and the Oakland Raiders preview.
Wood on end of half miscue - "Yeah we were all upset. It wasn't a great play call, wasn't good execution...that was a bad sequence of events."
Wood, on his feeling at 27-20 Bucs - "I was kinda talking about what to expect to the O-line. Luckily we called a shot play on first down...awesome execution. Punch this sucker in right now...Then Tre' White makes a play."
Wood, on Taiwan Jones' play - "I like those type of shovel plays, because they're safe. It's basically a forward pass...you get the ball in the hands of your dynamic playmaker."
0:00-3:00: Difference between this year's 4-2 and last year's / How many times has "they say we're not good enough" card been played in Eric's career?
8:50-10:30: End of half play gone wrong / Does momentum exist?
17:00-20:00: Discussion of Raiders / What does it mean that fans are focused now wholly on this year and not the future or draft picks?