ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) — Now nine games in, the Head Coach of the Buffalo Bills feels his team is making progress and is returning to good health.
Rex Ryan, the ever-vocal coach who was cast out of New York City and relocated on the other side of the state, spoke out in an exclusive interview with News 4. He’s said this will be his last head coaching job in the NFL, and he believes his team can rally around the fans and city to become great.
“I truly believe in this team. I think when we get healthy we are going to be tough to handle, and that’s the truth,” Ryan said. “I think our guys are getting better and better and shoot, nobody has seen the best of the Buffalo Bills but they’re starting to.”
Watch the video to see more of Ryan’s interview and some additional commentary about the Buffalo Bills’ first Thursday Night game of the year against the New York Jets.