Kyle Williams - We didn't do a good enough job

October 22, 2018 - 5:24 pm

Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams joined Schopp and Bulldog for his weekly appearance to look back on a rough loss against the Colts, Derek Anderson being the starter at quarterback and being home after being on the road for 4 of the last 5 games. Here are some quotes from Williams' interview with Schopp and Bulldog: 

On the Colts attack plan involing more running than they usually do: 

"Just based on what you've seen and what your breakdowns are. There were a couple of different formations, different personnel packages had us in different things. At the end of the day, we have to be able to adjust on the fly and move quickly and it just wasn't good enough." 

On the Bills having played 4 road games in 5 weeks, with 3 of those as losses: 

"We're not where we wanted to be... We've had a tough first half, we've been on the road a lot, we're kind of coming home. A good bit of our back half of the season is at home and we want to play well at home... The only way to get through it is to work your tail off and work your way through it."

On the Bills lacking consistency week to week: 

"Consistency is a byproduct of preparation and effort during the week. Never getting complacent and feeling comfortable where you're at. We all have to be better week in and week out to sustain that success. It's not just going to happen because we did it last week or we did it the week before."

On Derek Anderson starting at QB after only one week with the team: 

"We've had some unique situations with different guys rolling in and out at the position... It's not ideal, kinda an unfair deal for him. He's coming in, he's going to to help Josh grow and learn. Josh gets hurt, he has to come in and play a week later."

"Ultimately we all have to be better as a football team. Derek did some good things, some things he'd like back."

On facing Tom Brady next Monday: 

"He knows a lot of what you're doing. There has to be a lot of disguise, you have to be sound in what you're doing as a team, takes a whole sixty minutes to compete and have an opportunity beat those guys."

You can listen to the entire interview below:

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