(NEW YORK) — The Buffalo Bills (3-3) will host the Tennessee Titans (2-4) on Sunday. It’s a huge game for the Bills. Coming into the game they are tied with the Jets and Patriots in the AFC East for first.
Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick understands the importance of this game.
“To be here and also to have the other teams be 3-3 in the AFC East and everybody kind of nodded up, all of a sudden you start to look at as we’ve got ten games left to go,” Fitzpatrick said.
Fitzpatrick spoke about what he will have to watch out for come Sunday when the Titans defense lines up against him.
“Their front four,” Fitzpatrick said is his biggest concern on Sunday. “They don’t to a lot of blitzing; those guys create a lot of pressure though.”
Bills head coach Chan Gailey says even though they are three and three; they are right in the thick of things.
“You can’t fall too far behind as we all know,” said Gailey. “You know that you’re in charge of your own destiny, when you can be in charge of your own destiny, that’s all you can ask for in this business.”
Titans head coach Mike Munchak says his team will be ready.
“We’re highly motivated,” said Munchak. “It’s a huge game for both teams.”
Kickoff is set for 1 PM Eastern.
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire