ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Traveling to the Sunshine State for the third time this season, the Bills need to play much better if they hope for a win over a Jaguars team that's won three straight games. Buffalo couldn't find the end zone in Tampa last week settling for two field goals.
"Of course, we want to try and have a better performance than we had last week. We're not going to win any games if we play like that. I am looking forward to seeing how we rebound since we didn't have a great day rushing the ball last week," said Bills running back CJ Spiller.
The Bills struggled in all aspects of the game, rushing for a meager 67 yards and passing for just 184 yards with four interceptions.
"We took a step back last week, probably a big step back. Hopefully that was rock bottom for this team. You get to look at yourself and climb out of this with some character and hopefully put out a good performance this week," said Bills center Eric Wood.
A possible bright spot ahead: Jacksonville is ranked 29th in total defense.