McDermott is ready for his first matchup with New England

The Bills head coach joined Schopp and the Bulldog after a big win on the road in Kansas City

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November 27, 2017 - 3:42 pm

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Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott had just one road win in his coaching career before Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Against his former boss Andy Reid, McDermott and the Bills got a needed win to improve to 6-5 on the season and remain in a good spot in the AFC playoff picture. Next up is a huge challenge against the surging New England Patriots, who've won seven in a row. 

McDermott joined Schopp and the Bulldog for his regular appearance on Buffalo Football Monday. Here are some of the most notable things he touched upon: 


On the Kansas City crowd booing their team:
"Very rarely does a crowd boo their team like that, especially in Arrowhead. I thought we did a good job making that happen."


On playing the Patriots:
"Limited experience against Brady. I have a respect for what they've done, their entire team. In sports that's hard to do."


On the confusion with Kelvin Benjamin's injury:
"I misheard the question during the press conference. There's always a fine line, between what you need to say, and what could give others an advantage. He's day to day."


On reacting to missed penalties:
"When your in the heat of the moment, one of the biggest things is address it if you have to, but your team looks at how you react."


You can listen to the entire segment with McDermott below:

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