Q: What do you see from Spiller and Jackson?
A: Spiller is obviously very fast and quick, but Jackson's really the workhorse. Probably the most underrated football player in football right now. He's a good player. We're going to have our hands full.
Q: What makes you call him the most underrated player?
A: Because people don't really talk a lot about him and he's up there in receiving yards. He's up there in rushing yards. He's a very good football player.
Q: It seems Fitzpatrick gets rid of the ball quickly.
A: It's going to be very difficult to sack him. He throws the ball very, very fast. 1.5 seconds or whatever, but as long as we can get some pressure, get our hands up, try to deflect the ball. It's not going to be a big sack game, I don't think. I think we should be able to get some sort of pressure on him.
Q: Does your approach change? Do you think more about deflecting passes than sacking him?
A: You can't really think about that. We're going to approach the game as we approach every other game. The numbers we're probably not going to put up, but I think we should hopefully be able to get some pressure on him. It's not going to be a big sack game though.
Q: Did you say 1.5 second release?
A: Quick, yeah. He's catching the ball and he's releasing it right now. They've given up four sacks total in five games and they played some good rush teams. That's the way their offense is and they're doing a good job of it.
Q: When those four sacks occurred, how did the defense get to Fitzpatrick?
A: Well he held the ball. He tried to run around and make something happen in the backfield and then somebody got to him, but on set plays nobody is getting to him.
Q: How is the Bills' offensive line?
A: The offensive line is good, but honestly, the way [Fitzpatrick] is playing reminds me of the way Peyton Manning was. He gets rid of the ball really, really fast and you're not able to really generate that much pressure on him. That's pretty much what [the Bills] are trying to do now.
Q: What kind of pressure does Fred Jackson put on the defensive line?
A: He's a good football player. I think as far as him receiving the ball, I think our linebackers and our DBs should do a pretty good job of that. But the run game, we're going to have to do a much better job than we've been doing.
Q: You missed practice on Wednesday.
A: It's not a big deal. Just trying to get a little rest in here before our stretch run comes.
Q: Are you expecting to have a timetable of rest like last year?
A: Not so much. Only when necessary. I won't expect to do that every week. I like to practice.
Q: The Bills do not beat themselves. It seems like you are going to have to play very clean football against them.
A: We're going to have to beat them. They're not going to, like you said, beat themselves. They're very well coached that way. I think we're going to have to come to the table with everything we have this week because they're a good football team and they've beaten some good football teams. We're very aware that they're not going to beat themselves and we're going to have to beat them.
Q: How close are you to 100 percent?
A: I'm okay. I feel alright. I'm not going to be 100 percent. That's not going to happen, but I'm good enough to play.
Q: Do you think guys are going to be fresher longer into the season because of the rules limiting padded practices?
A: I don't think it's going to have that big of an impact. I think for the most part during the season we don't put pads on a lot anyway. Last year we were hardly practicing in pads, period. That's the way it is in the NFL. The NFL has moved to that these last couple of years so it's not that big of a deal.
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