ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — As far as the Buffalo Bills are concerned, the poor showing in Saturday's preseason game is behind them.
The team hit the field in Orchard Park for the first time this year with the intention of kicking its preseason preparation into high gear.
The Bills offense needs to improve after 90 yards and 3 points in Saturday's game. The team's defense is searching for answers after Denver put together 2 TD drives against the starters.
The consensus is that it's not time to panic.
“Not at all after two preseason games. I didn’t play much in the first one and I didn’t play too well in the second one, but we do need to get this thing going a little bit and continue to have good practices, get better and we will be fine,” said quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. “Now September 11th is what we are looking forward to and we are working everyday to get better.”