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12/2 Eric Wood w/ Schopp and The Bulldog

Dec 2, 2013|

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Let's recap yesterday's bills game with the falcons with bill center -- what I Eric. Good. I was thinking for you yesterday Eric what do you say about it. -- -- -- You know thought -- play well enough to win. That game we're definitely bird -- -- into. One where they have so. A lot of this -- residents. When when when -- like what happened at the end of regulation with Stevie and and then in overtime with Scott. Happen how old do teammates handled those players do you leave them alone do you try to talk to them do -- feel like they wanna address the team afterwards that they feel so bad maybe that they let everybody down. But to take us inside a little bit if you can tell us what that's -- You know all -- a different form. But mostly he was really upset after the game. Because I've expressed his emotions towards god knows streaming down but you know. Yeah just like I might say smoking among canyon or. You know whatever you'd say -- Scott and I read back from Toronto to get a list and it's. Same neighborhoods so. -- -- -- -- -- You know he was obviously this one's in. You know I'm Noah. I don't take a lot of stuff from fans on Twitter. Got asked a lot of questions about today in. Not a guy that that puts everything into the games in. -- usually it's a compliment that do. We're pretty religious guy Chandler in my wrong -- right -- I don't know like needed to ask that but. When. You know we have adversity in life some times people were relief religious can -- draw strength from that. What about the -- These plays late in games. But even limiting this question today to yesterday Eric when there's a situation where there's a lot to think about almost a much time is left where we on the field. How old fart -- to get for a field goal things like were in play yesterday. How much talking is their between the players maybe during a timeout about all that stuff or is it more than it is it more like it's understood. That everybody's gonna need to -- -- what their wrist and well. -- You know -- in -- -- you know -- -- -- people up all security. You know maybe before -- had trouble or -- of the you know -- the game that gamble war really talk about ball security. For the Cuban drug at the end of the game work talking about the situation we need to report. Ripley timeouts. You know we apartment -- and attack. You know pollsters not the problem is that you -- up for a series. Well well not necessarily in attack mode you're trying to any ice the game and no return -- aggressive when the game. But both of you understand and it -- so -- you know part of the drums this group football. You know they they obviously regret that is happening. On both plays we've got you recruiting -- talking -- They were -- you know -- really cool -- clean slide to the ball really. One got through kind of an upper cut the ball and Stevie and it. You know I'll probably time to connect but that won't be connected on ball perfectly. And they were coming out and it is tough situation. I wonder having never played football I wonder how much. You think about holding onto the ball. I mean you're alignments or not often are you going to have the ball may be. When you were younger you played a position where you did what are it's something maybe would very two -- like is it something more players have to think about it. Maybe it's something instead were players would never think about -- you just know like the patriots this year have benched. Guys the giants to will be other teams they've bench guys who fumbled. And that that's something I'm curious about because site. I don't expect that to work. I don't expect Steven Ridley for example to not formal again because he's been reminded in this way not to do it it. What do you think about all that. Yeah that's -- These -- all reported in the I think personally its ball security is something that you're worried about -- halt -- player when you're going to ball. You're not gonna put yourself in position to make very many plays virtually split second decisions on the football field. Especially at the water and they need to be made that if you're constantly worried about securing the ball. -- Bateman plays now I think that the security ball is still in -- a tablet that is. You know practiced daily and in -- numbers you return to ball practice they immediately secured. Every camera backstage and off they -- prepared. These outsiders are -- alternative of their -- and -- all you know having played. Tight end and Chrysler have know that you know that's just something you do each day and when the ball and using your hands and it like it but it's maybe -- -- -- If you're gonna get -- what you might gorgeous fall. Can definitely can auto fumble. I don't think it's essential to think about. Interest thing. Yet I know like watching Johnson got -- you know you're on the field so obviously you're not watching it. It anywhere nearly the same when you hit that fans are watching it either at the game more on television but. We. Just get down to get it out to Dolly that's what goes through your head it's almost like watching -- it's situations they're kind of that's I mean you're you're you're good -- good shape -- dole. You know messes up is kind of what goes through the mind of the band and -- I guess it would be different for a player I suppose right. Yet. You know maybe you know how far down the field or -- but you're right you know that next play heaven if we who have fallen in. They're souls called for the government to thirty yard -- Yep -- that will meet -- that we definitely stressed. You know with security as you probably are -- a couple of times. You know -- -- most tech chargers in the and so in a -- The popular chains and achievable. From anywhere near right around the thirty -- and so. You know. There was something that would probably brought up the next one particular Serbia wants to get those -- Tunnels maintain. You know where you are mode would probably won't do it. Eric -- with -- -- Buffalo Bills football Monday on your home with the bills WGR. At fourteen nothing yesterday. Early. Did you sense. That. It either in yourself or. On the sideline other players. Was there any feeling. Of accomplishment there that maybe you were going to have an easy game that that might be something you could look back on two yesterday and and ask yourself perhaps. Well we're excited but. You know that that seem to showed pretty good photo here he -- -- we're down. -- much focus on the people from watch film and those guys are still water around. And they completely games even when they're getting blown out so. All -- our personal you know my -- veteran -- they vote. Yeah -- what we got apology but we're always excited. You know we have -- -- Hoping to let our guard our next news was bad. The only mishandled should shotgun -- that really. Stopped that put us behind the change where I think -- with food and Novell probably could you just can't run the ball and it and stay successful but you know you get the ball back there they target score. -- -- position a chance you have second game. Talk about something that went very well in the game and that would be the the performance of CJ Spiller. Eric like how how different if you look back at the film did did he appear to be even during the game and now that may -- had a chance to look back. You looked good yesterday. He's got this step back. From -- you know from that ankle injury even though like you will bunched up after got to cut about Waldman. On another -- like the fastest -- of the problems when monopoly. You know the procedure could outsource our reserving column more cash flow problem lobster boats. Also told Pete LaBelle. Yeah you look good yesterday -- you know they gave us some terrible looks in the run game especially early and we were able take advantage of it and you know. It's it would get to a point where you are gonna -- have to -- report he can't play well as well -- -- we have. You're running backs have been healthier and healthier. You know as well as -- -- a lot of we're getting adjusted to also maneuvers usually got -- this year and you know I think I think. If they're gonna give us liberal looks. Yesterday can be your forms. Those -- to you used to. -- in the noticed Spiller watching himself on the scoreboard during that run he could the good seawall was behind him. Because he was looking up at the scoreboard has -- running their. The base and we looked. In the stream. Made it seem like check out or otherwise Europe she probably would have broken all they know a different direction but he says. Just the way it looked on the screen the Celek goes farther back on the problems. I watched. I'll watch a lot of games yesterday and there were 3 at least 3 am at a missed some -- at least 370. Yard plus plays. There were not scoring plays. In the league and that isn't something that seems pretty rare to -- me if it is but Spiller Cam Newton. At a 75 yard run didn't score and to -- Thomas for Denver on a pass to. So Eric last week you and I talked about the playoffs a little bit and you said. Something to the effect -- we just have to win one game at a time like players will all often say. And I don't imagine you're answered any. On a question like that today would be any different even though you'd know that. Yesterday is a real blow for the bills you probably also know it's not over yet and you have to win. -- -- Yet in a war also between winning and you know you tell me there's sort of some of the possible about that -- -- but even if we were out of the playoffs. A winning culture is what we're trying to read. They winning these remaining games are important. In order to have the same coach and actually have a lot of -- from this team I'll have a lot of young -- that got them back. And I think winning this many of these last games we can't hopefully off for. But like so -- because -- one game at a club. Or how to approach in late in the year. And fight for victories will be important for this organization for us as players you know we got to get used to winning. Where you know what when -- and you know -- -- -- we go into the game expecting to win. You can talk about that what you want but until you actually live it and -- it. You don't -- to do and I think these games are -- important. I'd like to pick up on that Eric because I I'm wondering. You know a lot of a lot of fans. -- would be feeling. Especially with the way yesterday which is such. Regarding kind of lost you know knew it was right there in the penalties at the end on defense -- -- of course the fumbles. Is a real heartbreaker for fans a lot of pins disorder revert to. Here we go same old bills tell me again tell me again Smart radio guy how different they all are. With these new coaches how different is it. After a game like that if at all with -- doron as your head coach -- did you know different from the past. Well inaudible. I don't know I mean Doug. Was. Here's very -- with his. Expression of disappointment and -- -- was yesterday which we didn't hear a lot but he because you -- you -- for us as players because. You know we we did everything to win and we just didn't -- and you know we we gotta get to a point where. It doesn't matter maybe if a call goes the wrong way or if we're able fumbling we gotta get to a point where award winning. We're already dominating its public that happened maybe they tie the game now in the game and we -- about this team feels different you know we have a lot of problems and it in that that's sounds terrible secular or in April we do -- I -- -- pay extra police. We could -- dealt with the university we had a quarterback exporters start the year. And in play too many competitive games and you know a few of those games go our way and as. Closed out they weren't we can be sitting at a totally different position -- So what is your personal. Belief. In how to change that right I mean you've gut. Johnson has been saying for years for example how -- he thinks the bills have a lot of good players this year I I happen to believe them. He's talked like that for years so. I think we may be it's sometimes -- out of like just naturally. The team will win. And you know this offseason like last year after last year there were some big changes so it's also. Popular to look at this season as a starting point. How parties do it do you think it -- does just gradually happen for a team or does it may be. Is it more complicated than that I guess I just would like to hear you talk more about all you get from a team with talent. 20 winning team. All. Here that's going to be a pretty complex answer I don't know that I have all the answers but. From a player standpoint. What thing -- certain us right now is consistency. And I don't know that comes from your scheme players whatever but were becoming more consistent. But just consistencies with. You know. Gut sometimes getting beat sometimes -- -- aren't saying and that's really hurt -- on plays where. You know may not seem that important at that time. You know for instance that we gave me an agent or a bad exchange yesterday in a quarterback with a -- For public use -- and you know that's what we're up fourteen out of fourteen to seven. But each drug plan also important so one player like that can make a difference and know that that one play probably heard that draws. Which is one of -- maybe twelve drop on average in the game you know that that probably not that it's little things like that that we attribute over. It would start eliminating those things it'll start playing better I think. I think player accountability -- -- lot better. Think that's part of the original plan will be able this year -- but there's a lot of things -- probability possible so they were playing pop or folk law. Although less or not. When Albert in the can we know we put our defense let you know what our actual formal Russian and were physically imposing them on -- I think that's important when -- neglect. I think he'll be a culmination of things they -- moving in the right direction but. You know I think when you start winning -- Or try to burrito -- -- an environment is just what is less oriented and not thrown it and ignore them winning. -- like a lot of what you said reminds me of golf a little bit a sport I do play although not that well and in golf. That the nature of the game is making -- few mistakes as possible there's there's different ways to define a a great player. Mean we I tend to think of it as in football. A guy who can do the most things. A great player is somebody who can do the most things run the fastest you know the strongest all the different combination of skills but another way of doing it would be. Who can make the fewest mistakes almost maybe that's a great team. Is it seemed that limits plays like the snap you mentioned twice and in all the fumbles of course the end of the game mean. We've seen examples of teams that. Win a lot of games that way just in Kansas City is a pretty good example this is -- does not making. Bigger mistakes. Yeah exactly and you know you start a limited mistakes and Obama both are what we have more talent and yours you are our coordinators are excellent. And and I think that'll start producing more awareness and and I -- an American system he probably comes from being together more -- at this point at all. You know it's painful to see how -- soared seventy games and you know how one play committed difference and how many games and in -- hours -- for me. Eric how about the Toronto experience to -- you've been you've been through a lot of these now. It was this coaching staff's first crack at it I'm wondering if their approach was any different than the approaches that have been used by any of their predecessors. Yet we took a pretty good approach throughout the day before earlier than usual. We had. A little bit more little walk through. A lot less vulnerable -- -- horse in the indoor. A lot of routes on air for the receivers. So they could adjust the lighting. The DB structural Paul's. You know the alignment around the fuel that out of those -- You know articulate some of these you know you walk out there for pregame warm ups. It's that effort that we've been on the YouTube you'll shocking you know it's not a traditional football stadium. And nothing that it was somewhat shocked when I go when you walk in -- to implement. What is the turf like there it seemed like putting was an issue. -- stuff and they put they put a rubber pad underneath. The field this year at Q are trying to soften the blows split. And told her turf with pretty good teams unit there. In you that would fuel the next day here hips ankles knees take will be more pounding from that super hard surface but it. Call him if he can make excuses that's what you lost. Although obviously both teams split on the boat on yet that that certain wolf it's strictly off. So we go to Tampa earlier or the usual last Saturday trip. You know Saturday. Did you see Alabama Auburn -- Cal lost those. Those occurred you know spending. -- -- -- -- You don't lineman took a beating after that. They kept everybody else says yeah we kept saying you need your athletes out there were. What was Alabama doing further athletes they're basically saying you're not athletes terrible. Well you know what book receiver. The F which they're called for. Try and hold up against all -- which trumpeter. She's not stood firm on him all the way across and -- blocked the view. Yeah not so good -- generally go to -- people there but how many fast guys do you want on the field for that play I mean maybe you want. To the -- you want ordered to do right on the edges. Thing you know this. Generally you generally you will have to pretty athletic on the outside. We -- -- -- -- in this position and even the guidance out of the war general would be. More athletic out -- kilometer or. They're good skier or something but yeah that multiply that you it's a big risk here picker can't get a better. Source able to throw a freshman kicker. To kick a 57 in order a game like that. That's a tree here bold move. And I like the move but in work. That happens -- times where you wanna -- -- -- -- the show with us to help me keep help me keep my cool. You -- you earlier to vote yes and and they've been giving you pretty good stuff. -- it's just literally expect -- -- is well that is its people wanna talk about who's in the draft than who's a free agent. And like I just jarred by that I am totally not ready to do that you don't even at four and seven I was having a great time I -- of the playoff machine open. It -- you tell your boys it's it's actually still not that hard if you get if you future wins there really isn't. What looked up machines Salem -- is here. Well one it's been saying is if you. Give the win to every remaining game animal in the league to the team with a higher ESPN power ranking you know subjective. Expert analysis of -- the better teams are the only have to do is change a couple of outcomes in the bills -- rent. Well yesterday doesn't change that too much almost every other game went right for the bills. So you are I did notice that beforehand which. They have their little world of more than sport commute to let slightly. The trash -- -- deal on. Sports that are one mission. Playoff picture and that was. Very distorted excellent. If you get me hey you guys can drop off of in the hunt you in Cleveland. -- order okay if you get to eight -- I don't go wanna put odds on it and -- 5050. Little bit less maybe not better than 5050 but. Some work so -- decent if you can get to alienate. I think your chances are are decent. So we'll get -- with the orchestra a thanks for today Eric of course thank you start to do next -- Eric -- Monday's four. The -- going to be today beat Nate is still at it in play. Can they win four in a row can they went to wooden row can they beat a team that they have fourteen nothing down it's 219. -- How different is -- it's TV's future. These and other subjects on the minds of fans that's warrior for 8030550. The number lines are open for your calls next here on WGR.

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