Although the Buffalo Bills lost 21-19 to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, players and coaches in the locker room remained upbeat and confident despite the disappointing loss.
Despite the loss, the Bills showed resilience in a game that included 100-degree field temperatures. The coaches credited the players for their efforts
Despite the loss, the Bills' coaches and players remain positive and optimistic about the future of the team
Head coach Wade Phillips acknowledged the team's tough odds during a team meeting Monday. Wiley had joked before the season started that he would be home for Christmas.
Despite the tough loss, the Bills still have a chance to make the playoffs. However, the chances of winning the playoffs remain slim.
The Bills will need to find a balance between preparing players for game speed and intensity and keeping injury risks to a minimum.
This is why coaches must design training camp practices that minimize injury while preparing players for game speed and intensity.
Coaches should focus on preparing players for this type of game by balancing the intensity and discipline.