Sunday, November 3, 2013

'Pissed' Marrone wants to be alone, won't pet dog


The Buffalo Bills amassed nearly 500 yards on offense and held the Kansas City Chiefs' offense out of the end zone Sunday. They also lost.

Quarterback Jeff Tuel threw an interception for a 100-yard touchdown return in the third quarter, and receiver T.J. Graham fumbled a reception in the fourth quarter, which was also returned for a score.

After the Bills' fourth loss in five games, coach Doug Marrone was rather candid on his emotions following the 23-13 decision.

I'm pissed," Marrone said, via The Buffalo News. "I'm going to use that energy, and I'm going to go home. I'm not going to talk to anybody. I'm just going to shut it down, be by myself. I'm not going to pet my dog.

"I'm going to get fired up, and I'm going to come to work tomorrow. . . I'm going to be a pro. I'm going to be a man. I'm just going to look at [the film]. What can we do better? How do we coach things better situationally? What can I do first? What can the coaches do second?"

Buffalo's offense gained more yards on the ground (241) than Chiefs' entire offense did, though the pair of turnovers for scores was the difference. The Chiefs didn't throw an interception or fumble.

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