Despite a 50-17 loss Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks in Toronto, Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson told co-host Bob Koshinski that he is sticking by Coach Chan Gailey. He made those comments Monday night on his WBBZ-TV show, which sponsored by Sahlem's Roofing and Siding.
"The Fred Jackson Show" airs again Tuesday at 9 a.m.
"We love coach Gailey, and everything he brings to the locker room," Jackson said. "He's the kind of guy we know is going to battle for us. We want to do the same thing. ... You don't find coaches like that. Coach Gailey really cares about everyone in that locker room. What we have to do is come to play hard for him. ... we're not going to give up on him. We're going to play hard on Sundays, because he is a coach we care about."
Jackson was joined by DE Spencer Johnson who talked about the game, and the interaction the team had with former Bills running back Marshawn Lynch, a player the team still has respect for.
Jackson is on injured reserve and didn't go to Canada.
Koshinski has more game coverage at www.allsportswny.com.
Jackson, Koshinski and Johnson welcomed a studio audience that included the Niagara-Wheatfield Falcons hockey team, and representatives from the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
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