It looks like we've reached the point of the Bills season where players are playing for jobs; coaches are coaching for jobs; front office members are hoping their plan looks on track to keep their jobs too.
It's a situation we've come to know all too well over the past few years with the Bills. They raised major red flags when we watched Russell Wilson run all over them. We have to say the numbers one more time. Wilson ran for 92 yards, threw for another 205 and accounted for 4 total touchdowns. Meanwhile the Bills offense put up on 17 points, and had 3 critical turnovers on their first 3 possessions of the first half.
"Everybody in this locker room should be feeling like their job is at risk, and I think that's the right way to think at this point," said Stevie Johnson. "Hopefully it will light a fire under us and we can win these next two games. I know for sure I'm going to be playing for my teammates and playing for my coaches and playing for some personal things. That's just what it's come to, we're not playing for the playoffs anymore."
"We just got to find a way sooner or later just to be consistent," added C.J. Spiller. "I think when we do that we have a very capable offense that can play with anybody. But when we don't be consistent, we do the things that we did (Sunday)."