Updated: November 14, 2019 11:25 PM
Created: November 13, 2019 05:35 PM
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — The temperatures might be dropping, but things are heating up as many continue to question this offense's development and particularly, its ability to get points after scoring 16 or less for the fourth time this season.
"I got to find some more completions in the game and in that's going to come more points,” Bills quarterback Josh Allen said. “We're playing to win football games no matter what the outcome is and no matter what the score is."
"It's hard to score in this league,” Bills running back Frank Gore said. “It's hard to move the ball in the NFL, man. If it was easy, everybody would do it, right?"
Well, other teams are doing it. Out of the 32 organizations in the league, the Bills are currently ranked 23rd in yards per game and 25th in scoring. However, they're not beating themselves up.
"There's no way you're going to go through a whole season and not get beat and not have a rough patch," Bills cornerback Tre White said.
"We don't need to change everything just because we lost one game,” Bills center Mitch Morse said, “but I think we need to look at what gets us stuck in certain situations. When you think too much on the football field, you don't play as fast. That doesn't mean don't think, but it means be confident in yourself and confident in your group with you."
Now the Bills will try to play at their highest level as they enter a challenging back season stretch.
"Collectively, no we haven't played our best game,” Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander said. “I don't think if you ask a guy at any time in the season, 'Have you played your best game collectively?' will you get a, 'We've played our best game.'
The team is shifting its focus to the week ahead as they prepare for the 2-7 Miami Dolphins. As the Bills learned last week, you can't look past a team just because of their record.
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