There are plenty of times when a Bills player doesn’t want to do anything.
There are times when his teammates think he’s not being serious.
There is also the time when he is trying to get his teammates to do something and ends up doing nothing.
And those are the moments when the players who make up the Cannon fodder system — the men who are willing to sit around in the corner of the locker room, and not do anything but watch football — can’t do their jobs.
And then there are those moments when players like quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick are doing just that.
Fitzpatrick was part of the Bills defense that played its best game of the season against the Panthers in Week 8, but there were a few other instances in which he wasn’t in the right place at the right time.
Fitzpatrick said that after a couple of these games he’s learned a lot about himself, and about the players around him, and the organization.
The Bills defense has played some of the best football of his career, he said, and he feels like that has helped him develop a better sense of responsibility for the defense.
That’s a good point.
Fitch said that during his time in Buffalo he felt like the players didn’t know what to do or how to be a good teammate.
That’s why he felt he needed to take charge, and said that he did so by asking the players to do things he wasn, himself, not in charge of.
Fittman said he learned a good deal about himself during that time, and that it’s something he still needs to do to be more effective.
So what’s it been?
Fitzy said he’s learning.
He said that the Bills were one of the teams that offered him a contract when he was coming out of high school, and it was the first time he felt comfortable as a professional.
That has been one of his main areas of focus.
He’s trying to make the most of that opportunity.
Friedman said the same thing when asked about his experience in Buffalo.
He went from a very good football player at Texas A&M to being one of their most talented players at Alabama, and then to having to deal with the Bills.
So he knows a little bit about that.
He feels like the same way, and just wants to keep learning.