McDermott excited to see Benjamin play

The Bills acquired wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin last week from the Panthers at the trade deadline

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November 06, 2017 - 3:30 pm

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Sean McDermott still has just one road win in his coaching career following Thursday night's 34-21 loss to the New York Jets at Metlife Stadium. The Bills are 1-3 on the road this year with their only win coming against the Falcons. However, they return to New Era Field this week to face the New Orleans Saints. In four games at home this season, the Bills are a perfect 4-0. 

McDermott made his regular Buffalo Bills Football Monday appearance with Schopp and the Bulldog. Here's some of the best from his visit:

On not playing Benjamin vs. the Jets:
"I thought it was important for Kelvin to get in and have more than a day or to to learn some of the playbook. I knew Carolina did not have their bye yet, wanted a fresh Kelvin Benjamin moving forward. The guys on this team have gone out of their way to make Kelvin comfortable."

On getting no turnovers against the Jets:
"We've been able to play with a tremendous respect with the ball, we missed an interception, turned it over three times, uncharacteristic of us. Sometimes you get turnover hungry, but more times than not you're going to miss a tackle, saw that the other night."

On the physicality of the season:
"There is a scale back, we've mapped it out and take a week to week basis, this is such a grinding haul of 16 games."


You can listen to McDermott's entire segment with Schopp and the Bulldog below:

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