ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — This season was supposed to be different. The Bills got off to such a good start, there was no way they could finish with a losing record, but that's a big possibility with four games to go.
Thursday was one last workout at the team facility before heading out west to take on the Chargers Sunday.
Like every other season this past decade, the Bills find themselves playing for pride in the month of December. Having lost five straight the Bills have just four more chances to get some wins to avoid a seventh straight losing season.
"You just continue to work in practice. It’s kind of starting to sound like a broken record just because we’re on this skid and we’re trying ways to get out of it. That’s the only way I know how is to get it done on the practice field and have it translate to the field," said quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
"We don’t want to lie down. I don’t think we’ve been laying down even when we haven’t been putting, as offense, haven’t been putting up a lot of points. Just go out and continue to fight. You know our playoff hopes are out of the picture now but we are still playing football, we still have to go play football," said wide receiver Stevie Johnson.