'The Fred Jackson Show': Buffalo wide receiver Stevie Johnson says Bills need to turn a cornerby jmaloni
As a result of suffering a concussion late in the game Sunday against the New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson was not able to appear on his WBBZ-TV show Monday night. Co-host Bob Koshinski welcomed former Buffalo Bills player and current color analyst for the game radio broadcasts Mark Kelso to the studio.
Koshinski aired portions of interviews conducted earlier Monday at Ralph Wilson Stadium with running back C.J. Spiller, and wide receiver Stevie Johnson. When asked if the Bills have turned a corner, Johnson said, "No. Honestly I have to say no. We have to start winning these games to say we're turning the corner."
Johnson acknowledged that the team did play well against the Patriots, despite a tight 37-31 loss.
Koshinski has more on the Bills matchup on his website, www.allsportswny.com.
Spiller talked about how the team is looking to move forward with the upcoming primetime game Thursday. It is not clear whether Jackson will play when the Miami Dolphins come to town.
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