The Bills’ season ended with Sunday’s loss to the Bengals, and players must return to the facility on Monday to clean their lockers.
Guard Rodger Saffold took some time off from work to talk to reporters about his unhappy end to the season. There was a lot of talk on Sunday about the Bengals not being able to match the energy they brought to the field, and Seefold’s comments echoed the sentiment on the inside.
“Guys were really tired during the week and our coaches did everything they could to improve the week. . . . But there were some unusual things. . . . I have to take that into practice and not as an excuse. This team has struggled for a long time and struggled through all this adversity. You’re about to run out of gas. At one point,” Saffold said, via NFL Media’s Bridget Condon.
“They weren’t,” Saffold said. Breathableh from the Damar situation” Regarding safety, Damar Hamlin went into cardiac arrest during the team’s Week 17 game at Cincinnati, and it was clear that the situation had taken an emotional toll on the Bills over the past few weeks. Now they will have a chance to catch their breath, but it will be a long time before they get the chance to show that they have found their feet on the field.