Williams: 'We have to go through and try to correct the mistakes'

The Bills' defensive tackle joined Schopp and the Bulldog to discuss Buffalo's Week 1 loss and more

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September 10, 2018 - 5:00 pm

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It was not an easy Week 1 for longtime Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams.

The 13-year veteran and the Bills were jolted by the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, suffering a 47-3 loss at M&T Bank Stadium, which is the second worst loss in franchise history. While the offense failed to put up points and move the ball down the field, the defense could not contain quarterback Joe Flacco and the Ravens offense, surrendering 369 yards of total offense and six touchdowns.

Williams joined Mike Schopp and the Bulldog Monday afternoon as part of his first installment of Buffalo Bills Football Monday on WGR.

Here is some of what Williams had to say:

 

Willams on the takeaways from Sunday's loss:

"We have to go through and try to correct the mistakes. We have to learn and get better because of it."

 

Williams on the young, new defensive pieces:

"Guys like Tremaine [Edmunds], Taron [Johnson] and Harrison [Phillips] need to be made aware that every detail is important. From there, you can do your respective job in a cleaner, faster manner."

 

Williams on head coach Sean McDermott:

"Any time coach McDermott is critical, he is critical in our meetings. He may play things close to the vest in his interview, but he is critical with us behind closed doors."

 

Williams on how the offense can improve:

"We as a defense need to get turnovers. That leads to more sustained offensive success. We need to provide our offense with second and third opportunities more consistently."

 

Williams on how quickly an NFL game can get out of hand:

"Things can definitely snowball in a flash. You have a good series or two, but then they [in this instance, the Ravens] come down and score."


You can listen to Williams' entire interview below:

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