Monday, September 15, 2014

Kyle Williams 'can't get wrapped up' in Bills' hot start


The Buffalo Bills are 2-0 and alone atop the AFC East.

But it's early, cautions defensive tackle Kyle Williams, who has seen his team fall off the wagon after similar starts to the season.

“I really can’t get wrapped up in it because there’s a long season in front of us, we have a really good football teaming coming here this week,” Williams said Monday, via “The great thing and the tough thing about this league is that in just a few days you’ve got another test on your hands.

"So you can’t really get wrapped up in anything a week or two into the season.”

Buffalo started the 2008 season 4-0 only to finish 7-9, followed by a 2011 season that started out 3-0 but ended 6-10 for the Western New York squad.

After ousting the Chicago Bears Week 1 and the rival Miami Dolphins, handily, in Week 2, the Bills will play host to the San Diego Chargers Sunday for a second straight home game. They hope things play out differently beyond the hot start this time around.

“We’re excited about being 2-0 but we just have to keep coming to work,” running back Fred Jackson said. “It’s a great start but it’s just a start."

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