ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey maintains his confidence in quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. And with two games left, this isn't time to start raising questions about his coaching staff.
Gailey says there's enough blame to go around without having him single out anyone on a freefalling team that's lost seven straight.
He spoke as the Bills (5-9) returned to practice for the first time since a 30-23 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday in which Fitzpatrick was booed off the field several times.
On Tuesday, he sidestepped questions about Edwards by saying his only focus is on beating Denver (8-6) on Saturday.