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Buffalo Bills Want to Win Out to Validate Tough Season

December 6th, 2012 at 10:11 AM
By Anthony Custode Jr

The Buffalo Bills have let a few games slip out of their grasp, but still intend on finishing the season strong with the best record possible.

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The Bills fully intend to win their remaining four games of the season, whether playoffs are a possibility or not.

"Well you want to win out just because you are a competitor and you want to win. If you start talking about winning out," Bills head coach Chan Gailey told Buffalobills.com. "We have to win one more. We have to win two in a row before we can ever win three, four or five. So yeah it would be great. That is our plan, our goal and what we want to do, but we have to try to win this one. Take it one game at a time. I hate using that cliché, but it is what it is."

The Bills are entering what many believe is the softer part of their schedule, with the Seattle Seahawks being their only remaining opponent with a winning record. However, the Bills know they have to work hard and as Gailey said, take it one game at a time.

The Bills are set to take on the St. Louis Rams this week, and although they are under .500, they have played tough this year, including two overtime games against the San Francisco 49ers. Gailey says that the Rams' defense is the reason why they pose such a threat. 

"They do a great job, like I said, with their front four," Gailey told Buffalobills.com. "They are extremely active with the linebackers. They have a couple of secondary guys that can support the run extremely well. That safety (Quentin) Mikell is really a good player. I think a lot of times when you have played a team twice and you know who they are, it helps you. It will be a little bit different because we have not seen the things that they do. Hopefully that creates a little bit of an advantage for us and we will be able to create a few more creases."

The Bills hope they will get a boost from their fans as Ralph Wilson Stadium will be sold out for the game Sunday, after Buffalo dismantled the Jacksonville Jaguars last week. Buffalo will hope to carry the momentum from that game into this one to conquer their goal of winning out. 

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