Tyrod Taylor threw for two touchdowns and the Bills intercepted Trevor Siemian twice in the second half of Buffalo’s 26-16 victory over the Denver Broncos in Week 3.
ORCHARD PARK – Taking a page straight out of the Bill Belichick media playbook, Sean McDermott did his very best Monday to try to put behind him and the Bills, the political protests that took place Sunday afternoon. Essentially, it was on to Atlanta.
“I believe we put out a team statement for a reason, and I stick by that,” McDermott said. “I stand by that statement, of equality, of love, of unity, and I think that’s the important part right now. Really, anything in addition to that for us is, we’ve got to get our focus on our team and the Atlanta Falcons.”
McDermott did not want to, as he said, “look in the rearview mirror” and preferred to move forward and begin talking about Buffalo’s game against the defending NFC champion Falcons Sunday.
Naturally, the questions did not stop, and when he was asked about whether his team would continue to kneel during the national anthem, he said, “That’s really a question for them at this point. Again, we are focused on the Atlanta Falcons. What’s going to happen this weekend…
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