“A lot of the stuff was small details, not getting our depth on some routes and stuff like that,” said Robert Woods. “That just takes focus. We’ve got to pay attention to it in the game this Friday. But we’ve been able to get a lot of work in.”
The NFL is a parity driven league and a game of inches. Games are won-lost by plays that are made and plays that were just missed respectively. The good teams are well coached and the players are focused in making their throws, catches, tackles, interceptions. The difference in talent level is minimal; It boils down to how they play every snap for SIXTY Minutes on game day. The Bills have been POOR at that Task. A lot of that is mental ability to stay focused and that comes from coaching.
The reason a Brady or Manning are successful is because those minute details matter to them and that is the difference between an incomplete pass and a TD.
Edited by ganesh, 08 August 2014 - 06:02 AM.