Bills Hope to Turn Two Wins Into Strong Finish

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.- The Buffalo Bills may be eliminated from playoff contention but their 19-0 win over the Miami Dolphins shows they still have something to play for.

"We have to finish strong. It's important for us that we make sure that we wanted a winning record within our division," said Marrone.

The wins over Miami and Jacksonville last week are the first consecutive wins for the Bills this season. Heading into the Jacksonville game the Bills had lost five of their last six.

"We have to show up and play those games. For us to come out here and put together a performance like we did today, it's something that we can definitely grow on," said Bills RB Fred Jackson, "Yeah, Miami had a lot to play for coming in but so did we. We wanted to finish this season strong and they were a team we needed to beat."

"You don't get a lot of games in the season, so we're just taking advantage of these games we have. Every single game, it doesn't matter who we play, we're going out there trying to give our best performance," said Bills LB Kiko Alonso.

A win next week against the New England Patriots would give the Bills three wins in their last four games. It would also give them a record of 7-9 on the year for the first time since 2008.


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