Buffalo Bills confident in getting out of first half slump
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) – Something has gone terribly wrong with the Buffalo Bills offense and no one can figure it out.
That’s the level of concern within the confines of Bills Mafia, but at One Bills Drive, it isn’t as much of a worry.
“Over the year’s we’ve shown that we know how to win and we know how to figure things out and we know how to develop players and find the answer and the solutions,” said Bills head coach Sean McDermott.
Now, the Bills aren’t pushing any notions aside, either. They know they’ve lost two of the last three games and haven’t been playing nearly up to the standard on offense.
In fact, while Stefon Diggs says he’s “having a blast,” he would be having more fun if the team was scoring more.
“When you look at the things that are fun, I think fun is scoring touchdowns. We haven’t had too many touchdowns,” said Diggs.
The Bills will look to get in the endzone more on Thursday night at home against Tampa Bay.