ORCHARD PARK- At 0-2 for the first time as an NFL head coach, Rex Ryan addressed the pressure facing him and the Buffalo Bills.
"Not real comfortable right now," admitted Ryan. "I feel a great deal of responsibility for where we are."
Ryan's comment appears to acknowledge he is (or will be) on the hot seat if the Bills keep losing.
A day after losing to the New York Jets, 37-31, in the home opener, Ryan and the Bills parted ways with offensive coordinator Greg Roman.
Running backs coach Anthony Lynn replaces Roman and will be in charge of the play-calling duties.
"It may be a simpler offense from a player's perspective," Ryan said.
Ryan said he will not call plays and will remain as "more of an observer" when it comes to the offensive game plan.
The Bills host the Arizona Cardinals (1-1) at New Era Field on Sunday at 1 p.m.